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How to Implement a Successful Remote Workforce Strategy
For traditional office equipment dealers, rightsizing a document imaging device fleet is essential to the MPS they deliver to customers, chiefly to lower print costs. For dealers that also offer managed IT services, rightsizing a client’s office can lead to even bigger opportunities.Read
Fuji Xerox Announces New Adhesive Toner
On January 27th Fuji Xerox announced a newly developed adhesive toner for use with their family of printers and MFPs. This news comes shortly after the announcement that the company’s longstanding business relationship with Xerox would be ending, and during a time when Fuji Xerox seeks to differentiate itself from this partnership and Xerox’s own product lineup.Read
Who is Investing in Smart Workplace?
“Smartness” is all the rage, but how far are Smart devices and solutions making it into the workplace? Keypoint Intelligence asked 260 IT decision-makers across the UK & Germany and discovered some interesting things including who is likely to invest and in what.Read
Fuji Xerox Will be Changing Its Name in 2021
Another inevitable aspect of the unraveling of the FUJIFILM Group/Xerox Corp. relationship has fallen into place: FUJIFILM subsidiary Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. has announced that it will be changing its corporate name to FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. as of April 1, 2021. That date, not coincidentally, is the day after the technology agreement between the two companies expires, marking the official end of the long-running partnership between Xerox and FUJIFILM.Read
Are You Touched by CCPA?
You might be surprised at how much data is flowing through your company. Accounting data, bank accounts, EDI accounts, names and addresses are all data. In the eyes of the State of California that data is now subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and it poses some challenges companies doing business in California, but also companies who do business with constituents in California.Read
On the Verge of 2020, TAG Helps Members Prepare for Further Growth
Though the sessions on security and the cloud carried the most weight, no surprise as they’re two of the biggest topics today in not only the IT space but the imaging sector too, the rest of the program was equally informative.Read
Motorola Flips the Flip Phone and Makes it a Smartphone – Welcome back RAZR
If there is one big trend in consumer devices these days– it’s going retro. Instant print cameras, vinyl records and now even the smartphone goes retro. The Motorola RAZR that most remember from the mid-2000s with its iconic clam shell design (aka Flip phone) was a slim phone that fit in your pocket in the pre-Smartphone days. Back then all a person wanted to do was talk, maybe do some number pad texting and take an occasional photo. What made it popular was its price point (under $300) and the array of colors and designs it offered. I still remember my fuchsia pink RAZR with the etched cherry blossom design like it was yesterday.Read