The Key Point Blog

05/14/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

San Diego is known for being a hub of invention, from inkjet development to dynamic software solutions. Solimar Systems is embedded in that innovation hub, with 27 years of providing solutions to companies with workflow challenges. Their 2018 User Conference in San Diego (May 8-10) brought together their top users to share their solutions, learn about new features and provide feedback to the Solimar technical team. I am a huge fan of user conferences for the networking opportunities they bring for both the solutions staff and the customers. Face to face is always the best way to gain trust among users and for users to develop all-important relationships.

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05/07/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

Find out More about Our Custom Testing Services from Our Director of EMEA/Asia Research & Lab Services

Keypoint Intelligence - Buyers Lab's services expand far beyond the limits of standard lab test reports.

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05/07/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

Last month, Pitney Bowes held a Software Technology Analyst Summit in San Diego, California. With 25 analysts in attendance from around the world, including senior executives from Pitney Bowes, the software team reviewed the company’s progress over the last year and offered insights into the short-term strategic directions of its software division. The event highlighted the launch of location-driven data services, user experience (UX) improvements to the location intelligence portfolio, expanded data and analytics features in the Spectrum Technology Platform, and a streamlining of the EngageOne communication platform. Pitney Bowes also showcased the upcoming introduction of its first fast and adaptable chatbot platform, EngageOne Converse.

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05/04/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

NAB 2018, the annual trade show of the National Association of Broadcasters, was held April 9-12 in Las Vegas. Show organizers were expecting more than 102,000 attendees and 1,700 exhibitors. A small section of the Las Vegas Convention Center’s North Hall was designated as the Immersive Storytelling Pavilion, where about twenty exhibitors were showing 360° and 180° cameras and related products. Camera vendors there included HumanEyes, Kodak PIXPRO, Insta360, YI Technology, Samsung, and Kandao. Here are a few highlights…

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05/03/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

See what we tested in the lab throughout April!

See what devices were tested in April and what scores they received in this infographic. Stay tuned next month for more!

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05/02/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

Stats, Facts, and Products, from Production Inkjet to Document Workflow

The theme of Innovate 2018 was “It Takes a Team” and, throughout the event, KYOCERA executives emphasized the importance of teamwork by noting that KYOCERA is the industry’s most dealer-centric document imaging company.

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05/01/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

At the crossroads of New Jersey, just off the bustling Turnpike and Parkway, lies the town of Edison. The town was named after one of the most iconic figures in American history – the prolific inventor, Thomas Edison. Over a century ago that Thomas Edison moved his research laboratory to the Menlo Park area. It was there that Edison would invent solutions that continue to impact our lives today from the phonograph to the electric light bulb.

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04/25/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

Look around. What do you see? Chances are good that you see signage used to promote, inform, or direct. The ubiquity of signs makes it an attractive product for print service providers looking to capture a piece of a growing market. Due to advancements and growth in digital printing equipment, print shops can get started quickly at many different price points.

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04/09/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

We've rounded up all of the reports that were published in March.

We've rounded up all of the reports that were published in March. See what devices made it through the Lab, and what scores they received in this infographic. Stay tuned next month for more!

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03/30/2018

Keypoint Intelligence

I’ve been a Nikon shooter for almost 30 years, starting with film SLRs and moving up through the range of various digital SLRs introduced over the years. I shoot mostly cars and motorsport, so I usually prefer the DX format cameras for the added zoom capabilities provided by the smaller sensor’s crop factor. I’ve shot with a D7100 for years, so I was especially interested in the D7500 when it came out. There’s a lot to like about the D7500, from its continuous shooting speed of 8 frames per second and 51-point autofocus system to its larger buffer and high-resolution tilt LCD display.

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