Posts tagged: Printers

A Secure Relationship on Valentine’s Day: Xerox and McAfee

Jon Reardon
 Feb 14, 2012

This blog originally posted on the Real Business At Xerox blog. 

We all know people who send personal information from their workplace computers. Maybe you’ve done it. It’s not always easy to separate work from personal life.

Take Valentine’s Day as the example. Today is a day when you realize how widespread the use of personal devices in the workplace has become. As employees are busy sending sweet messages to their loved ones via handheld devices, tablets, webcams, even printers, copiers or multifunction devices, the truth is that company data may be at risk. Read more »

Dumping Your Printer is Madness

Other Posts
 Sep 21, 2011

The following is an open letter to the industry from Charlie Corr, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Mimeo.com. Charlie spent many years at InfoTrends before moving to Mimeo.com in 2007. Charlie’s message is an important one so we are posting it here in its entirety with his permission.

Several weeks ago the New York Times published an article titled “Dump Your Printer To Escape the Madness.”  The author, Sam Grobart, launched an attack on the “printer-industrial complex” but by the third line stated that “we live in a world where going without a printer can be more trouble than it is worth.”  He is right! That is why there are over 132 million inkjet printers installed in the US, an average of 1.2 per household.[1] Owning a printer is a major convenience and well worth the minimal cost. Read more »

In the News – July 29th

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 Jul 29, 2011

InfoTrends is frequently asked to provide quotes and data for leading news outlets. Here are just some of the recent stories that InfoTrends information has been featured in: Read more »

The Dissolution of Media Sciences

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 May 31, 2011

On May 18, 2011, the Board of Directors for Media Sciences adopted a resolution authorizing its officers and directors to take action to liquidate and dissolve the corporation. According to Marc Durand, Media Sciences’ President and Chief Executive Officer, “Now that the company has sold its toner business and settled its solid ink litigation, the Company’s board has decided that the appropriate course of action is to make a cash distribution to shareholders and to wind down the company through a liquidation and dissolution process.” Read more »

Impact on Office Products Industry from Earthquake in Japan

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 Mar 18, 2011

The tragic events in Japan over the last week have left many around the world wondering about loved ones and professional colleagues in the affected areas and how the country will move beyond this crisis. Scattered reports indicate that some of the companies involved in the office products industry have been severely impacted: Read more »

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