Over the past fifteen years a revolution has occured in the printing industry. I can remember when the typical office copier was an analog device with super advanced features like the ability to expand an image to a larger size.Read More
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The window is becoming very short before the price increases created by the lower Canadian dollar flow into the MFP (multifunction printer, copier) and the IT hardware markets. The low oil prices are putting significant pressure on the Canadian dollar which is great for Canadian manufacturing but is having serious impact on Canadian imports of products sourced from China and some other jurisdictions,Read More
While far from the top of the world when it comes to the impact of IT data breaches, Canada still experiences its fair share of the problems they create. Recent reports indicated that over 276,000 records were breached in reported incidents in 2014.Read More
At a recent conference sponsored by Gartner the theme emphasized again the impact that digital workplaces are having. Outlining several key predictions the sessions talked about what is going on in business today.Read More
Every business has been affected by the disruption of business practices which the digital revolution of the past twenty years has created. Virtually every aspect of operations have been affected by the changes in technology and latterly in communication which has been fostered by the low cost of computing power, the creation of portable instant communications and the world wide spread of easy access to information,Read More
Over the course of 2014 we have covered a wide range of topics in this blog. This post references those which have proven to be the most popular through readership views over the year. Take a look and see if you missed any that others found useful.Read More
In the past two decades the field of document imaging has evolved through many forms. When I first started out in this area it was simply known as Imaging. This typically meant the use of a production
level scanner to capture paper files and then store them into a structured electronic filing system for archive and potentially for later reuse through a search tool.Read More
Referencing data that suggests that seventy five percent of Canadian businesses have less than ten employees a consortium of organizations is encouraging them to go digital to increase their business. By increasing the use of selected IT capabilities it is suggested that significant productivity gains are available.
For manufacturers, dealers and other suppliers to the print industry the issues surrounding Managed Print Services has been a hot topic for the past few years. It has even seen the creation of a new association the MPSA.