Coming to a Copier near you, APPs!

Posted by Gary Skalyo on Mon, May 20, 2013

People always ask me what will be the new technology in Office Laser Printers, MFPs and Copiers. This is a very difficult question to answer, as there are several potential answers. One of particular interest is Hewlett Packard’s OXP.

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Topics: Imaging Industry, Web Enabled Printers, Sustainable Laser Printers

Three Key Considerations When Evaluating Document Scanners

Posted by Bob Loblaw on Fri, May 17, 2013

Document Scanners are a requirement for many businesses, especially those that are moving in a Green and/or Paperless direction. Once the necessity is realized, the question then becomes: what type/brand/model is best suited to the business?

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Topics: Paperless Office, Paperless Filing, Imaging Industry, Document Scanning Solutions

Multi-Function Printers. Redefined by HP.

Posted by Bob Loblaw on Wed, Apr 17, 2013

New cloud-ready HP LaserJet Multifunction Printers offer Advanced Document Management and Enterprise-Level Security. The printers of the future are already available! Accelerating workflows by capturing content quickly, easily and accurately.

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Topics: Document Management Solutions, Paperless Office, Imaging Industry, Web Enabled Printers

Mobile Users Have a Demand For Document Printers

Posted by Bob Loblaw on Mon, Feb 18, 2013

The word on the street is office document printers are on the way out the door. It is inevitable that at some point printing documents will be a thing of the past. I don't think that is news to anyone.

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Topics: Imaging Industry, Web Based Printing, Web Enabled Printers, HP ePrint

HP Issues Security Vulnerability Warning on LaserJet Printers

Posted by Gary Skalyo on Tue, Apr 03, 2012

Hewlett Packard has been sending Support Notification emails to Partners & Customers warning printer owners and IT Managers of security vulnerability on 72 Models of HP LaserJet Printers and MFPs (Multi-Function Printers).

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Topics: Managed Print Services, Imaging Industry, ECM, Public Relations

MPS: Who Can Get Out of the Hardware Business First? Xerox? or HP?

Posted by Gary Skalyo on Fri, Mar 02, 2012

It was recently brought to my attention by a thought-leader of mine, Greg Walters of “The Death of the Copier”, that Xerox is launching a Global Campaign next week to Re-Brand themselves into a Business Process Management Company.

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Topics: Document Management Solutions, Managed Print Services, Imaging Industry, ECM

HP Announces Price Increase Making a Business Case for Managed Print Services & Aftermarket Toner

Posted by Gary Skalyo on Tue, Dec 06, 2011

Hewlett Packard Announces a Price Increase on Original HP LaserJet Printer Cartridges effective January 1st, 2012.

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Topics: Managed Print Services, Waste Reduction, Imaging Industry, ECM, Public Relations

HP Responds to Claims of Printer Vulnerability to Hackers & Potential Office Fires

Posted by Media Room on Wed, Nov 30, 2011

Hewlett Packard Corporation has published an Official Statement to claims alleging security vulnerabilities by hackers with certain HP LaserJet Printers. This is in response to a controversial MSNBC Report.

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Topics: Managed Print Services, Imaging Industry, Public Relations

Choosing the Right Document Scanner

Posted by Luke Collard on Fri, Nov 11, 2011

Like all popular technology hardware, document scanners come in all different sizes and shapes. There are so many different document scanners to choose from these days. With a huge selection of different brands and features, how do you choose the right document scanner? When choosing the right document scanner, follow these three simple guidelines in order: Application, Volume and Budget.

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Topics: Imaging Industry, Document Scanning Solutions, Sustainable Document Scanners

Hewlett Packard makes Faxing more Reliable

Posted by Gary Skalyo on Mon, Oct 17, 2011

Have you ever lost a Fax? It is amazing that despite Email, Application Programs, etc; Analog Fax Technology just won’t die. Many Industries still use it predominantly. Some that you might not expect, like the Medical Channel, with Hippa Compliance and the need to contain and safeguard patient information, one would think Faxing would no longer even be an option.

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Topics: Paperless Office, Managed Print Services, Imaging Industry