Headline Rollups for October 26, 2017

Epson ramps up ink capacity in new EcoTank printer range

Epson has expanded its cartridge-free EcoTank printer family with the release of two new products that offer more than twice the page yield of the company’s previous models.

Teradata Unveils Powerful Analytics Platform

Teradata, the leading data and analytics company, announced the Teradata Analytics Platform on October 23, 2017. This modern platform delivers access to the best functions and leading engines to enable users throughout the organization to leverage their preferred tools and languages, at scale, across multiple data types.

How Intel Core chips and Lenovo PCs could take over two-factor authentication from your phone

Password manager Dashlane and PC maker Lenovo are among the first consumer-facing companies to take advantage of a little-known feature within Intel’s 8th-generation Core chips that could become much more popular: enabling two-factor authentication with just your PC, and not your phone.

Canon’s profit explodes

Canon hiked its annual profit forecast for the third time after seeing expanding demand for “business-to-business” products from surveillance cameras to organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen production gear.

Ebuyer targeting corporate market

Ebuyer has launched a managed services business offering in reaction to demand from customers

Print management software compared

Want to track printer usage, allocate costs and enforce policies such as double-sided printing? We look at your options.

Epson orders resellers to stop selling third-party ink on eBay in patent row

EPSON HAS become the latest printer company to attempt a ban on third-party printer cartridges, asking eBay to issue takedown notices for sellers under the site’s VeRO programme.

Why do Print Dealers Have a Difficult Time Accepting Their Declining Importance?

At this point in the office printing lifecycle, the only group that seems to be in denial about the reduction in pages are dealerships. If it were not such a serious issue it would be comical, but you need to confront the issue and develop a strategy to replace the decline in revenue, before it threatens your business. All industries change over time, the rate of change and direction (increase or decline) are the variables. Right now we are in a period of steady rapid decline of page volumes and the technology significance of office printing. It’s okay that you don’t believe me. I know it’s because psychology is conspiring against you.

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