Most of us think of using colour in documents that we are designing for print using a colour laser printer or colour mfp. We often don't think of how colour can be used for other things.
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As a dealer representing one of the three Canadian postage machine manufacturers one of the questions we answer for clients is why they should work through a dealer rather than do a deal direct with a manufacturer.
I was recently a guest at the Canadian launch for the Intec line of specialty production digital colour printers. The Intec line is targeted to meet very specific needs for colour digital printing that would be outside of the norm for colour MFP or colour laser printers.
So do you not want us to maintain the document feeder/scanner!
One of the strangest trends that seems to have traction in support pricing for MFP printers is pressure to provide scans on the device for Free.
Your MFP and indirectly your network printers can become a part of your accounting system by using tools which are available for running account codes to track your print, scan and fax systems. Why would you do this? There are a number of reasons why this capability is gaining traction in many businesses and organizations.
In a detailed market assessment report published over a year ago Morgan Stanley outlined how disruptive tablet adoption is proving to be. The impact on IT network systems will be significant as tablet adoption continues to move many computing activities to mobile platforms.
Any business IT network administrator is forced to deal with the impact of BYOD, that's Bring Your Own Device if you have not been fully keeping up with the IT acronym stream.
The lowly postage meter has long been a staple of most professional offices. As e-mail and fax have taken over many of our correspondence needs the postage meter is now often up for discussion as a way to save costs.
A recent Hubspot blog post outlines extensively the impact that multiple screen choices play in users's communications and interactions. Gone are the days when a single computer screen was the source of most of a person's key information.
Late last month a granddaughter of one of Leppert's employees celebrated her first birthday. For any family this is a special birthday but in Brooklyn's case it is even more so. When she was born she was almost four months premature and weighed just about 1.1 lbs. At the time there was a baby born in California at just about 1 lb and they were the tiniest newborns in all of North America.