Headline Rollups for March 14, 2018
Technology has created new ways to work, new places where we can work from, and new challenges in getting that work done. Whatever your business needs, Xerox ConnectKey technology is the productivity toolbox that will unlock your full potential. Cloud-connected, mobile-ready, apps-enabled, and easy to customize, ConnectKey technology will transform your workplace today, while ensuring you’ll stay one step ahead tomorrow.
For six consecutive years NewVantage Partners has conducted an annual surveyon how executives in large corporations view data. Each year the response rate increases, and the reported urgency of making effective use of data increases as well. This year the results are both more encouraging and more worrisome than in the past.
Security is a top priority for us, and we know it is for your business, too. That’s why every Xerox®ConnectKey® Technology-enabled device is armed with our holistic four-point approach to security, ensuring comprehensive, all-encompassing protection for all system components and points of vulnerability.
YOKKAICHI, Japan (Reuters) – Toshiba Corp (6502.T) expects the sale of its $18 billion memory chip business to be completed by June at the latest, if not by an agreed deadline of the end of March, as it awaits antitrust regulatory approval from China.
The digital revolution is empowering consumers like never before. They can now access a wealth of information from all over the world, anytime or anywhere they want. The result is that consumers are now more informed about their purchase decisions than ever. All of which means one thing: the buyer’s journey has changed.
Questions answered about Canon’s suits with 48 US imaging supplies companies.
Kodak is releasing a new digital press, the Nexfinity press, which the company says by building on the success of the of its predecessor the Kodak Nexpress, is set to become the most versatile sheetfed digital press on the market.