Headline Rollup for March 14, 2017

Toshiba set to push back earnings release again

TOKYO — Toshiba reportedly plans to postpone releasing earnings for the nine months ended December, currently due out Tuesday, amid continued disagreement over an investigation into U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse Electric.


Toshiba Tec shares rise more than 6 percent on sale report

Shares in Toshiba Tec Corp (6588.T) rose more than 6 percent in early Monday trading after a report that Toshiba Corp (6502.T), the parent, is considering selling shares in the company.


Océ Colorado is Canon’s first UVgel wide-format printer

The first of Canon Europe’s new range of wide-format printers to incorporate the new Canon UVgel technology will be unveiled at Fespa in May, after being trailed at PrintWeekLive! last week.


HP Print Security Tech Day: How HP is focused on printer security, and why you should be too

The truth is that printers are a part of the network that needs to be secured, and they can be easily overlooked, making them a target. Vulnerabilities can range from leaving documents in the printer tray, to exposed network ports, to data being compromised in transit.


Epson debuts A3 double-sided printing

Epson has launched two new A3 double-sided printer models, expanding the capabilities of its Ink Tank System (ITS) range.


Digital Printing Packaging Market worth 42.11 Billion USD by 2026 

The report “Digital Printing Packaging Market by Packaging Technology (Thermal Transfer, Electrophotography & Electrostatic, Inkjet), Packaging Type (Labels, Flexible Packaging), Ink Type, Printing Format, Application, and Region – Global Forecast to 2026”, The digital printing packaging market size is projected to grow from USD 11.42 Billion in 2016 to reach USD 42.11 Billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 13.9%.


It’s time to turn on HTTPS: the benefits are well worth the effort

After Edward Snowden revealed that online communications were being collected en masse by some of the world’s most powerful intelligence agencies, security experts called for encryption of the entire web. Four years later, it looks like we’ve passed the tipping point.

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