Headline Rollup for November 21, 2017

Toshiba looks to raise more than $5bn, end risk of delisting

TOKYO — Toshiba‘s board of directors decided to raise some 600 billion yen ($5.35 billion) in capital, the Japanese electronics maker said Sunday, in a move to ensure that the company remains listed if plans to sell its memory chip unit do not proceed as expected.

Office Printing By The Numbers: Winners and Losers By Vertical

In our first “By The Numbers” blog we learned some surprising things about how office printing habits are changing.  Average pages per user were down from 2015 to 2016.  Color printing for email and web print are on the rise.  And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.  You can read the original By The Numbers blog HERE to see all the surprising findings.  If you make your living as an office equipment dealer principal or if you are in sales in this channel you should definitely read that blog.

Konica Minolta plans to move hundreds of jobs out of CT

WINDSOR, CT (WFSB) –A company in Windsor is planning to move hundreds of jobs to another state.

Town leaders in Windsor said Konica Minolta are consolidating to their headquarters in Ramsey, New Jersey.

Consumers Want IoT Toys Regardless of Security, Survey Finds

As Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach, American consumers are likely to be buying more connected Internet of Thing (IoT) toys and devices in 2017 than ever before. With those devices come a host of security risks, though few consumers care, according to a report released Nov. 20 by Keeper Security.

Zero One: Will B2B Salespeople Survive in the Digital Economy?

It’s Thanksgiving week, and here’s something B2B salespeople should be thankful for: their jobs, at least for now.

CIOs Cite Company Culture as Top Barrier to Technology Innovation

A Logicalis survey indicates that CIOs feel that their existing company culture keeps their organization from emerging as a “digital innovator.”

Why IT Remains Unprepared for Digital Transformation, Big Data

A Commvault survey of 1,200 IT professionals and executives and found that many organizations are falling behind in their integration and data analytic efforts.

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