Posted on Sep 5 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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Toshiba TEC made headlines a few years ago with the launch of the e-STUDIO 306LP Eco Copier, which uses heat-sensitive toner that can be erased on a separate unit, enabling a sheet of paper to be re-used up to eight times. The environmental qualities of this ground-breaking solution garnered the company a lot of column inches and positive PR, but it was not a big seller. Now, Toshiba TEC has revisited...

Posted on Sep 4 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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Lexmark has announced a strategic partnership with Nuance to sell and distribute its Document Imaging solutions worldwide, including AutoStore, Equitrac Office/Express and SafeCom. News of the announcement comes at a time when Lexmark is reversing its previous strategy to become a solutions leader through the acquisition of software companies, focusing on developing partnerships with software leaders...

Posted on Sep 4 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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Leading Managed Printing and Managed Document Solutions provider Vision is partnering with HP to provide organisations with innovative printing technology combining easy operation, advanced functionality and world class security HP has been the leader in office printing for decades, without ever having a significant presence in the A3 market. All that is set to change following its acquisition of...

Posted on Sep 3 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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At the ConnectKey 2017 launch, a number of Xerox partners explained how they were using the Xerox Personalised Application Builder (PAB) to improve service levels, among them Joshua Justice, President of JustTech. The Xerox App Developer of the Year attended its first PAB course three years ago and through a combination of in-house resources and the services of contract developers quickly began to...

Posted on Sep 3 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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The biggest product launch in Xerox’s history puts apps centre stage Billed as the largest product launch in Xerox’s 110-year history, the introduction of 29 new ConnectKey devices effectively re-boots the recently separated company’s printer range, giving it a more compelling, solutions-enabled offering to take to market. The product refresh strengthens Xerox’s portfolio in areas where it...

Posted on Sep 2 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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In April, Panasonic Business showcased future technology for the logistics, utilities and transportation sectors at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry. These included: The intelligent warehouse solution, which utilises barcode scanning and security camera technology to track packages within a logistics hub; Vital sensing technology, which uses camera technology to scan the faces...

Posted on Sep 2 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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Baxi Heating UK reports that it has increased customer satisfaction levels by 90% since its field engineers started using Zebra TC75 touch computers on customer call-outs. The handheld computers loaded with a mobile workflow app supplied by Cognito iQ enable engineers to scan barcodes, take photos, order supplies, view training videos, capture customer signatures on-screen, show colour brochures to...

Posted on Sep 1 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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York–based printer Wood Richardson has created a free Print Buyers’ Pack to help customers make more informed print purchasing decisions. The pack contains swatches of different paper stocks and finishes; examples of how colour prints differently on various materials; the pros and cons of the digital and lithographic processes; a guide to paper sizes; information on how to supply the perfect artwork;...

Posted on Sep 1 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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The UK’s first RISO A2 Digital Duplicator has been installed on the Kingston University campus by managed print services provider Midshire, where it is being used by students of the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture to experiment with different printing techniques. Midshire claims that RISO digital duplicators have become increasingly popular with art departments. Their eco-friendly, soy-based,...

Posted on Aug 31 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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UPM EcoLite is a new super-light paper specially designed for printing pharmaceutical instructions, religious literature and user manuals. Developed by the Biofore company UPM for the thin print market, it is available in 29, 32, 34 and 38gsm, making it an ecological and economical alternative to conventional papers. www.upmpaper.com/ecolite ...