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Posted on Aug 19 2017 - 8:30am by Editorial Content
Comments Off on Newfield IT to merge with Xerox

NewField IT has announced it is integrating its business into parent company Xerox. In a statement Director Nigel Bainsfair said: “This is a very exciting event for both companies, for our employees, our suppliers and our clients.” NewField IT was acquired by Xerox in 2011, but continued to operate independently. Bainsfair said that the transition process is under way and that the company will...

Posted on May 20 2017 - 12:05pm by Editorial Content
Comments Off on Print is core focus area for Exertis

Distribution of Epson large format printers, ink and media business will transition from Exertis Unlimited to the dedicated print team it has established to support the specialist requirements of the general print and OA market. The Norfolk-based print centre of excellence has been further strengthened with two new additions to the team. The Exertis Epson LFP distribution business will be further resourced...

Posted on Sep 11 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on HP boosts print security

HP has introduced an expanded range of solutions and services to help end users improve the security of their print environment: HP Access Control now offers server-less secure pull printing, eliminating the need for servers in small branch offices, and also functions as a managed mobility solution, allowing users of mobile devices to email print jobs to the secure pull print queue, with the same...

Posted on Sep 10 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Better protection of MFPs needed to deter hackers

Managed services provider Annodata is warning businesses of the security risks posed by internet-enabled printers as new figures from the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) show that 93% of large organisations and 87% of small businesses experienced a security breach last year. Grant Howard, professional services technical manager at Annodata, said: “Printers used to be devices...

Posted on Sep 10 2015 - 9:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on RISO launches compact A4 duplicator

RISO has expanded its range of digital duplicators with a compact A4 model offering print speeds of up to 130 pages per minute, plus high seed scanning via an ADF, Direct USB printing and an easy-to-use LCD panel. Like other digital duplicators, the CV3030 is an economical option for printing in medium to high volumes. Because ink-based prints are generated from a master, it is not suitable for printing...

Posted on Sep 9 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Xerox wins £40 million NHS print contract

Xerox has won a £40 million, three-year contract to manage the production and printing of millions of secure and nonsecure business forms for the NHS in England and Wales, including prescription pads, dental forms and operational forms. The contract was awarded by NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) through the Crown Commercial Service (CCS). As part of the project, Xerox and partner Adare have...

Posted on Sep 9 2015 - 9:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Taking the guesswork out of colour

Kyocera Document Solutions has launched an ‘add in’ for Microsoft PowerPoint and Word that gives business professionals an easy way to utilise the full palette of Pantone colours when printing with Kyocera devices. Pantone Office for Kyocera enables users to select Pantone colours by name or number via an additional user interface for MS Word and PowerPoint. This removes the need for expensive...

Posted on Sep 8 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Samsung launches first printer diagnostics app

Samsung Electronics has launched a printer failure diagnostic tool for its MultiXpress range of printers. The Smart Printer Diagnostic System (SPDS) is the industry’s fist mobile app to offer video and image-based guides for troubleshooting printers. When a mobile device with the SPDS app receives an error message from a failed MultiXpress printer, the app automatically identifies the issue and...

Posted on Sep 2 2015 - 9:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Find and deliver with Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta is introducing a document management and content capture solution that enables office workers to find the information they need to work more efficiently. Part of Konica Minolta Business Solutions Managed Content Services (MCS), which goes beyond traditional managed print solutions to focus on business process automation and optimisation, dokoni FIND combines a powerful enterprise search...

Posted on Sep 1 2015 - 2:05pm by John Peters
Comments Off on 3D scanning with just a few taps

HP is introducing full 3D scanning on its Sprout by HP immersive computer. The world’s first fully integrated desktop 3D scanning solution is enabled by a combination of Sprout’s Intel Real Sense 3D cameras and a new capture application and turntable – the HP 3D Capture Stage. An object can be captured in full 3D with just a few taps and then be shared with and manipulated by others in an online...