Headline Rollup for June 6, 2017
Chinese computer behemoth Lenovo (LNVGY) flourished for years in a mature PC (personal computer) market through cost cutting. However, for the first time in four years, the PC maker has slipped to second place in the PC market. HP Inc. (HPQ) has taken the crown.
HPI is clearly benefiting from its independence and ability to ‘stick to the knitting’ of its core businesses, even though there are issues that need addressing.
Lexmark unveils next generation A3 printing solutions for demanding workgroups
Lexmark and Intelligent ID Announce end-to-end Solution that Provides Insider Security Threat Protection
Lexmark International, Inc., a global imaging solutions leader, today announced an end-to-end solution that provides insider security threat protection for printing devices.
The largest of the most recent patent troll cases against the printing industry and its OEMs was dismissed.
Remember how pay day used to be? Someone would walk around the office handing out checks, and we’d spend our lunch hour standing in line at the bank to make sure they got deposited. Fast forward a decade or two, and we’re not only celebrating the wonders of direct deposit. We are marveling at the ability to deposit checks right from our phone at any time. In fact, it’s possible to do quite a lot from our phones and devices—which is why so many companies are finally giving paperless workflows a try.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Xerox Corp. said Friday that CEO Ursula Burns will serve as chairman of the board of the document technology company that will be created after the company splits later this year.
An article discusses using social media in business and asks “will the printer industry get hip?”