The Key Point Blog

08/13/2020

Lee Davis

Saying Goodbye to On-Premises Print Servers and Print Drivers for Good

In many workflows, cloud-based technology is replacing the need for print while, at the same time, cloud technology makes print more secure and convenient to use. This blog explores Microsoft’s new cloud-based print management solution: Microsoft Universal Print.

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08/11/2020

Aaron Hale

People Can Be Your Weakest Link or Your Best Defense

Security is a combination of people, processes, and technology. While they work in concert to protect an organization’s intellectual property or sensitive information, the people component has proven to be one of the weakest links in an organization’s security posture.

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08/11/2020

Deborah Hawkins

The Company Sells its Remaining Shares of the PC Business to Sharp

On August 4, 2020, Toshiba announced that it has transferred the remaining 19.9% outstanding shares in Dynabook Inc. to Sharp Corporation. As a result, Dynabook has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Sharp.

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08/10/2020

Eve Padula & German Sacristan

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

COVID-19 changed many aspects of our personal and professional lives almost overnight, and the printing industry has certainly been no exception. This blog explores our revenue and print volume forecast for the digital printing and publishing market.

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08/06/2020

Ryan McAbee

A Discussion on the Overlooked Benefits of Automation for Periods of Business Disruption

If the print community has learned anything this year, it is that having a flexible and adaptable organization is key to combat the disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic. This blog explores data explored in our New Workplace Virtual Summit webinar.

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08/06/2020

Aaron Hale

What Print Service Providers Need to Know in Today’s Regulated Business Environment

Worldwide, legislation is being established to protect people's personally identifiable information. This blog explores the attestations and accreditation that PSPs can pursue to protect themselves.

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08/05/2020

Christine Dunne

Varying Uses for Print and Paper Depending on Home- or School-Based Learning

With many school districts across the US expecting to implement a “hybrid” approach to instruction come fall, it appears that new opportunities may exist for printed material. With students learning in the classroom and at home, the number of potential use cases for print is elevated.

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08/04/2020

Colin McMahon

Upgrading AR into Real Experiences

Augmented Reality is a tool that is being consistently developed and refined as the technology becomes more mainstream. This blog looks at two recent examples of print-based AR done right and reflects how each avoids the two potential downfalls of print-based AR.

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08/03/2020

Christine Dunne

New Survey Shows 30% Lack a Dedicated Workspace

According to Keypoint Intelligence's most recent survey, having enough workspace at home has become an issue during the pandemic. This blog explores this issue and others from our Future Office Survey.

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07/30/2020

Colin McMahon

Looking at the New Workplace During the COVID Pandemic and Beyond

Remote workflow is increasingly solidifying into business as usual. In this article, Keypoint Intelligence will highlight several technologies and strategies needed to adapt your business for the new remote normal.

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