Headline Rollups for March 8, 2018

Digital Copiers are Computers, Too – The Importance of Securing Physical Documents

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission doesn’t mince words when it comes multifunction printers (MFPs): “Digital copiers are computers,” they say, complete with hard drives, embedded firmware, and the ability to communicate with other network systems. Without the proper security measures in place, MFPs present a significant business risk.

Lexmark Introduces Pharmacy Order Assistant Solution

Lexmark International Inc., a global imaging solutions leader, today announced Lexmark Pharmacy Order Assistant, a solution that fills the paper-based gaps in pharmacy order workflows, allowing users to process complex, paper-based pharmacy orders from their existing Lexmark smart multi-function printer (MFP) for increased accuracy, speed and safety.

Konica Minolta’s Shoei Yamana on challenging the status quo

On a Saturday morning in late 2014, a small team of Konica Minolta staff, acting without the say-so of senior managers, arrived at a hospital in Yotsukaido City and set up a mobile planetarium so that the oldest patients could see digital stars.

Konica Minolta’s Workplace of the Future Revolutionizing Digital Collaboration and Productivity

In the digital age, nothing is left untouched, and the same is true for the workplace. Offices are transforming; the days of sitting in a cubicle are closing. Today, smartphones, tablets, laptops, and wi-fi are making it possible for people to work from virtually any location. Whether working from home or while traveling, companies are looking to equip their teams with the best digital tools for collaboration, project management, and document retention, and one company is delivering that and more.

Xerox Reinforces Significant Benefits of Its Proposed Combination with Fuji Xerox

The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today issued the following letter to Xerox shareholders, reinforcing its belief in the significant benefits of the Company’s proposed combination with Fuji Xerox:

Ricoh to cut 4,000 jobs in Japan and Europe

TOKYO — Japan’s Ricoh plans to trim about 4,000 workers from its payrolls as soon as the coming fiscal year, streamlining and selling assets in its ailing core business of office equipment with an eye toward investing in future growth.

 5 Things You Need to Know About Cybersecurity and Your Business

What are the biggest threats for enterprises in 2018?

The biggest threat is the growing complexity of the enterprise technology landscape.

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