Headline Rollup for May 16, 2017

Leaders, Innovators, and Builders: The Difference Makers of the Document Imaging Industry

For the past few months, ENX Magazine has been asking people in the document imaging industry to name individuals who they feel have made an impact on the industry.

Xerox’s Global Imaging Systems Acquires MT Business Technologies; Expands Presence in Ohio

Purchase furthers Xerox’s strategy to expand sales channels with more multi-brand office solutions dealers

Mobile workers continually expose organizations to security risks

29 percent of organisations have already experienced either a data loss or breach as a direct result of mobile working, according to research conducted by Vanson Bourne. As many as 44 percent expect that mobile workers will expose their organisation to the risk of a data breach. Underlining this concern, 48 percent say employees are one of their biggest security risks.

Making Sure Millennial Employees Are Truly Engaged

Millennials are the largest demographic in the workplace now—comprising 38 percent of the U.S. workforce today, and as much as 75 percent of the workforce by 2025. Keeping this generational cohort engaged at work is tantamount to business success. However, leaders don’t always know what their millennials want at work, or even how to tell whether they are engaged.

Xerox Buys Midwest MSP, Deal Is First In $100M Plan To Make Multi-Brand Resellers Xerox-Exclusive

Xerox’s Global Imaging Systems (GIS) division has acquired an Ohio-based dealer of multivendor office equipment and managed print services in the first shot in its $100 million effort to convert multibrand solution providers into Xerox-exclusive partners.

Cisco SVP On IoT Sales Growth, Building Up An Operational Technology Channel And Leading The Industrial Market

What have you done on the IoT platform technology side for customers? Do you currently have products in proof of concept?

Foxconn bids to purchase Toshiba chips business

Industry Analysts reported that Foxconn Technologies, one of the biggest manufacturers of products for HP, Dell and Samsung and other electronics companies made a bid of $27 billion (€24.6 billion) for the purchase of Toshiba’s chip business but rumours say that “Toshiba will decline the offer”.

How automating document management can be a competitive advantage

When it comes to creating a new – and sustainable – competitive advantage, document management, workflow process and storage may not be the first things that come to mind. However, successfully automating document capture and processing systems can lead to a number of significant business benefits in many key areas.

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