Posted on Sep 7 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Sharp production printers with direct access to Fiery Command Station

Sharp is launching the first light production mono printers to provide direct access to Fiery Command WorkStation software, giving print room operators complete control of their workflows through one easy-to-use interface. The MX-M1205 (120ppm) and MX-M1055 (105ppm) models include a One-Touch Fiery Gateway Key, which brings users straight to the Command WorkStation, eliminating the need for additional...

Posted on Sep 6 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on DSales (UK) extends production print range

DSales (UK) has expanded its range with two new high speed devices, the Develop ineo 758 and an enhanced version of the company’s flagship mono production print system, the ineo 1250e. The ineo 758 is a 75ppm mono MFP for highvolume office use. With a recommended monthly duty cycle of 80,000 pages, a paper capacity of up to 6,650 sheets, support for paper sizes up to SRA3 and an 80-page booklet...

Posted on Sep 5 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Cartridge World sees potential in mobile printing

Cartridge World has launched a new mobile printing app and announced plans to create a network of public print stations in conjunction with Samsung. The PrintWorld app, initially available in the US, gives consumers the ability to print and scan from/to a smartphone, tablet or laptop when away from the office. In the future, mobile workers will be able to use the app to make use of thousands of printers...

Posted on Sep 4 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Apogee completes first German acquisition

Apogee Corporation Ltd has completed the acquisition of BAS Burosysteme GmbH, a privately-owned and independent managed print services dealership based in Hanover, Germany. Established in 1984 by Managing Director Karl-Heinz Witscher, BAS has more than 1,000 network MFDs and document workflow systems under contract. It is a long-standing Canon partner and also supplies and supports HP, UTAX and OKI...

Posted on Sep 3 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Update printer fleets to make most of BYOD, says Annodata

Annodata is advising schools to update their printer estates to secure the full benefits of bring your own device (BYOD) schemes. Its recommendation follows a recent survey by RM Education, which found that 29% of UK secondary schools have already opted for some form of BYOD, with a further 26% considering a policy. Annodata Marketing Director Joe Doyle said: “BYOD and mobile devices have the potential...

Posted on Sep 2 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on HP introduces new management tools

HP has introduced new software to help IT managers make their print environment more mobile, secure and productive. New offerings encompass mobile print solutions that simplify printing from mobile devices to printers on a corporate network and business intelligence tools that help MPS customers understand and optimise their printer flets for better performance. New HP mobile print solutions include: •...

Posted on Sep 1 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Canon UK celebrates 40th anniversary

Last month, Canon UK marked its 40th anniversary with a birthday celebration in Belfast. Canon Business Machines was established in the UK on 21st June 1976 when the key focus was on sales of calculators, micrographic equipment and photocopiers. In 1982, it merged with a separate camera sales operation to create Canon UK. Today, Canon UK has a head office in Reigate, Surrey and regional offices in...

Posted on Aug 31 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Power PDF touch-enabled

Nuance Communications has launched a new version of Power PDF software, providing a touch-enabled, Windows 10-like experience for the creation, conversion, editing and sharing of PDF files. Holly Muscolino, research VP, printing, imaging and document solutions for IDC, said: “Nuance Power PDF 2 addresses the needs of more than 270 million active Windows 10 users by delivering PDF software tools...

Posted on Aug 30 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Full speed ahead

Panasonic has added two A3 models to its flatbed scanner range. Aimed at finance, hospitality, healthcare and legal enterprises, the A3 colour document scanners (KV-S7077 and KV-S7097) deliver high speeds of 75ppm and 95ppm respectively, even at 300 dpi. Both have a 200-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) and flatbed. Time-saving features include one-touch pre-programmable settings for up to nine...

Posted on Aug 29 2016 - 11:39am by John Peters
Comments Off on Print IT Reseller Magazine – Issue 33 – Free Download

With the after-effects of the EU referendum, changes in government and back-biting in both camps still dominating the headlines, what the future holds is still uncertain. What Brexit will mean to the print industry is a hot topic and in this issue we asked a number of industry stalwarts to comment on any impact, particularly on pricing, to date. The general consensus is that it’s too early to predict...