Category: Office

Ricoh Announces Platform at LegalTech to Enhance Workflows and Reduce Costs for Law Firms

Allison Correia
Feb 19, 2015

This year at the annual LegalTech show held Feb. 3-5 at the New York City Hilton Midtown, over 100 exhibitors shared the tradeshow floor to demonstrate and display their robust technology geared to help law firms and legal professionals optimize their businesses and workflows. One of the most exciting announcements of the show was Ricoh’s newest offering that they are temporarily calling “Legal MFP”, a platform that can be used on select Ricoh MFP devices to improve end-user workflow while enhancing operational efficiencies, and lowering costs. Read more »

Ohio Highway Patrol Thinks Electronic System is Just the Ticket

Michael Whalen

Ohio state troopers are now giving printouts, instead of hand-scribbled citations, to misbehaving drivers. Read more »

CSA Rebrands Business Services Division, Promises Focus on New Vertical Markets and Strengthened Core

Brendan Morse and Allison Correia
Feb 12, 2015

 

At its Second Anniversary Event, Canon Solutions America (CSA)unveiled the name change of its Business Services Division to Enterprise Managed Services Division (EMS). VP of Enterprise Services and Solutions, John Reilly, and VP of Managed Services, Valerie Belli, gave the presentation detailing the rebranded division.

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The iPhone, with Help from China, Bears More Fruit for Apple

Michael Whalen

Record sales of iPhones helped boost Apple to its biggest profit in corporate history during the fourth quarter of last year. Read more »

Office Supplies and the Death of Traditional Competition

Michael Whalen
Feb 9, 2015

 

America’s two largest U.S. office supply chains are once again challenging the views of antitrust regulators – and this time, if they succeed, it could spell the demise of traditional competition in that business sector. Read more »

HP Future-Proofs Customers with its Next Generation Printhead Design

Ron Gilboa
Feb 6, 2015

HP has long been at the forefront of innovation in the digital printing marketplace with inkjet solutions spanning consumer, office, and production. HP’s announcement of its High Definition Nozzle Architecture (HDNA) shows how inkjet technology is evolving, but the main take-away shouldn’t be just about high resolution, redundancy, or better print quality. The important part of this announcement is how it helps future-proof investments made by HP customers.

The centerpiece of the announcement is a new 2,400 dot-per-inch, dual channel, thermal inkjet (TIJ) print head Read more »

Ricoh Helps Customers See Through the Cloud

Michael Whalen
Jan 29, 2015

So much has been written about the Cloud in recent years that it has begun to take on different meanings that are dependent upon the audience. To some, it’s an irreplaceable tool that makes life easier; to others, it’s a modern but somewhat mysterious form of technology; to still others, it’s simply confusing. Read more »

Ricoh’s EMEA Industry Analyst Summit 2014

David Stabel, Deborah Hawkins, Kaspar Roos and Ralf Schlozer
Jan 16, 2015

On December 11-12, 2014, Ricoh Europe invited European industry analysts to a summit in Lisbon, Portugal, to provide an update on its corporate strategy and goals of its 18th mid-term plan (MTP) starting in 2015. This event follows a global industry analyst summit held in Japan, earlier this year. David Mills, CEO of Ricoh Europe Plc. and Corporate Vice President of Ricoh Company Ltd., together with his executive management team presented their growth plans for its Imaging & Solutions business. Ricoh’s new strategy can be summarized by an acceleration of a transition to services, a rekindled effort to grow through geographical expansion, a focus on new market opportunities.

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Mobile printing and those “in-between” moments

Christine Dunne
Nov 24, 2014

Close to three months ago, my family and I moved into a new home. For anyone who has experienced a move (probably most of us), you know how crazy it can be. Not only do you need to physically move and arrange your belongings, but you must also handle various administrative tasks as well as acclimate yourself to your new surroundings.

Boxes in our new home

The first few weeks in our home we were largely living out of boxes. We knew where our printer was, but we could not find any cables to set it up on a network or print directly from our PCs.

Normally, we would have just waited until we found these cables, but I needed to print! I needed to print, sign, and scan a number of documents for work, my bank, our mortgage company, and our homeowners’ insurance company. Read more »

Xerox Blurring the Lines Between the Paper and Digital World with New Solutions and New Partners

Allison Correia
Nov 7, 2014

On November 6th, Xerox launched their Next Generation Managed Print Services campaign to help reduce printing in the workplace, increase user awareness and drive results with paper and digital publishing. They announced three new solutions for the enterprise to automate, simplify, secure, integrate, assess, and optimize processes. Read more »

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