Posted on Apr 22 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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Almost half (44%) of British adults have lost a digital photo they wish they had printed, with ‘losing/breaking hardware’ and ‘accidentally deleting photos’ being the most common ways to lose images. According to a YouGov survey commissioned by Jessops to mark the launch of its new online photo printing service, 21% of British adults have never printed a photo. Nearly one in ten (8%) print...

Posted on Apr 22 2016 - 11:05am by Editorial Content
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HP extends its PageWide business inkjets to enterprises ahead of the 2017 launch of PageWide A3 printers and MFPs Last year, HP reinvented its LaserJet line-up with the introduction of low melt JetIntelligence toner that has enabled HP to reduce the size of its printers, lower energy consumption, increase printing speeds and reduce costs. Now, in ‘its biggest launch for 10 years’, HP has turned...

Posted on Apr 21 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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The key to business success in the twenty-fist century is digital dexterity, Capgemini Consulting claims in a new report produced in collaboration with MIT Center for Digital Business. Organising for Digital: Why Digital Dexterity Matters reveals that organisations with the greatest digital dexterity are twice as likely as competitors to experience industry-leading levels of growth, profitability...

Posted on Apr 20 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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The smallest, most advanced A4/A5 mobile printer is how Brother UK describes its new PJ-700 range. Requiring no ink cartridges, ribbons or toners, the 8 pages per minute thermal printers are optimised for organisations that require fast, reliable printing on the move, such as the emergency services, community healthcare, pest management and veterinary practices. The six models offer a choice of connectivity...

Posted on Apr 19 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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Xerox reseller Document XL is re-launching a charity fund-raising initiative originally developed in 2011. The Charity-Wrap scheme provides charities with a regular source of income by linking donations to office printing. Every time a participating business prints a colour page on a Charity-Wrap printer, Document XL will donate 1p to charity. Document XL Managing Director Stephen Dobson said: “Many...

Posted on Apr 18 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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HP Inc. has introduced two new A3 MFPs for managed print services customers in need of high-volume imaging and light production printing. Offering the fastest print and scan speeds in HP’s MFP portfolio, and the highest print volumes, the HP MFP S965dn (65ppm) and HP MFP S975dn (75ppm) can scan up to 200 images per minute. www.hp.com ...

Posted on Apr 16 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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Sharp MFP Europe has added a new A3 MFP to its MX range of mono devices for small businesses and workgroups. With a print speed of 35 pages per minute and a colour scan speed of 56 images per minute, the MX-M356N is the fastest machine in the range. Operation is via a seven-inch colour LCD screen that also displays thumbnails and previews of copy and scan jobs. An optional wireless LAN adapter provides...

Posted on Apr 15 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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Blake has expanded its Premium Office envelope range with a new series developed for customers who regularly send mail to Europe. ‘Windows of the World’ envelopes reflect the design preferences of 18 European countries, especially in relation to window positioning. Marketing manager Alison Wilde said: “We’ve developed this range in response to our own research and feedback from customers in...

Posted on Apr 15 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
Comments Off on Print IT Magazine – Issue 27 – Free Download

In the last issue we published the results of a survey in which we asked vendors for their thoughts on the print industry. As part of this exercise, we asked them to rank a selection of threats facing the industry in order of importance. Product maturity/lack of innovation was considered the least significant of these by a clear margin. Justifiably, when you consider some of the innovations we report...

Posted on Apr 14 2016 - 11:05am by John Peters
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Forget social media and email marketing; if you really want to stand out from the crowd and develop closer relationships with customers, pick up a pen and start writing. Or better still get Inkpact to do it for you. Its team of trained writers will write and post beautiful handwritten notes and letters on your behalf, saving you the time and trouble. Ideal for introducing your company to potential...