Engineers have 3D printed a cheesecakeRecently, engineers have established a means to print a slice of cheesecake through additive manufacturing. We discuss here the details of this finding and speculate on how this could affect 3D printing as a whole.
Looking at the communication preferences of Gen Z and MillennialsKeypoint Intelligence recently published an analysis pinpointing generational consumers communication preferences. We discuss here some of the key findings and how they apply when looking at the generational ages of our respondents.
The box will say “Ricoh,” but everything else will stay the sameWhen it was first announced that Ricoh was acquiring PFU Limited (manufacturer of Fujitsu-branded scanners), some wondered if Ricoh would restrict the sale of Fujitsu scanner products on e-commerce platforms and through competing channel partners. This blog takes a look at the most recent development of this acquisition and the effect it could have on the marketplace.
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Sharp upgrades its smart workplace portfolio, while Kodak Alaris gets more feet on the streetSharp and Kodak Alaris have struck an agreement on a strategic alliance that will allow Sharp’s 17 direct sales offices and 300+ channel partners to sell and support the Kodak Alaris line of capture hardware and software. We discuss here the effect this agreement will have on the market.
How this can be a driver in future automation solutionsOn February 9, ConnectWise announced its new integration of OpenAI’s ChatGPT into its remote monitoring and management (RMM) tools: ConnectWise Automate and ConnectWise RMM. We discuss here some of the key features of the tools as well as the benefits of adopting AI into the process.
And were you even aware of Global Recycling Day?Recycling and the replanting of trees are merely two of the many facets of sustainability. The subject has been around for ages, but its density and meaning have surged due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent supply chain crisis.
Productivity increases for heavy stocks and lower energy consumptionThe new Canon ProStream 3000 series aims to address roll-fed inkjet market demand concerning better productivity on a large variety of media and lower energy consumption. This blog explores some key features of the ProStream 3000 and its effects on the market.
A quick look at fresh devices from Mimaki and RolandIt’s been about three years since direct-to-film (DTF) inkjet transfer first came to the decorated apparel market, and the technology has certainly exploded. This blog explores some new entrants into the DTF market and the effects these devices will have on the market.
Industry pro fills newly created role of Managed IT Services Principal AnalystThe path forward for dealers lies, in large part, in managed IT services. But because many of them fit snugly under a recurring revenue umbrella, the channel has been more active with IT in today’s evolving hybrid business ecosystem.