Editors Desk

Healthcare, Government Cited as Big Targets

The credit bureau’s Data Breach Resolution group, Experian, predicted what the top data breach trends for 2016 will be in its third annual Data Breach Industry Forecast, naming the healthcare and government sectors as major targets. Employee error continues to be a leading cause of security breaches, Experian reports.

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12/10/2015

Xerox Focuses on the “App-ification” of the MFP

According to Siddhartha “Sid” Bhattacharya, Head of Technology Marketing for Xerox Corporation’s Office & Solutions Business Group, 2015 was a good year for Xerox’s digital imaging lineup, especially taking into account that there were not as many product launches as with some other manufacturers.

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12/09/2015

A Conversation with BLI’s Wide Format Guru, Joe Tischner

Big changes are afoot in the technical wide format market. What has changed and how will things change in the future?

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12/09/2015

New Scanners, Complementary Capture Software Aim to Help Businesses Digitize Paper Processes

Earlier this month, HP announced the release of new hardware and software solutions to help businesses digitize their inefficient, costly paper-based workflows.

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12/08/2015

Will 3D Printing Be the Transformative Force Many Predict?

BLI took a deep dive with a number of industry insiders to sort through the technology, the fragmented market, the aftermarket potential, and what the future holds.

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12/02/2015

Strong 2015 Positions Company for Even Stronger 2016 Dennis Amorosano, Canon U.S.A.’s vice president and general manager of marketing and professional services, said that 2015 had been an extremely good year for Canon U.S.A. in production print.

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11/25/2015

uniFLOW, Therefore and the Cloud Highlighted In a conference call addressing industry analysts, Tom O’Neill, director of marketing for Canon U.S.A.’s Enterprise Solutions Division, said the company’s solutions service business grew by nearly 50 percent. “uniFLOW and Therefore experienced big growth,” added Hiro Imamura, vice president and general manager of Canon U.S.A.’s Business Imaging Solutions Group. That’s no surprise in a time when the document imaging industry continues to shift focus to software.

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11/25/2015

Coverage to Extend to Single-Sheet Mobile Scanners Since 2008, BLI’s scanner database has expanded to include 27 vendors and over 500 products.

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11/23/2015

Culture Changes Play Starring Role in Company's 4x Revenue Spike

“When I came onboard to do a turnaround in 2006, the company not only had a lot of unhappy customers but a lot of unhappy employees, too,” said Chris Taylor, Fisher’s Technology’s multi-titled executive. “I was from outside the industry and figured I’d be here for only a few years, but thanks to the results of the rebirth initiative we started almost a decade ago and the fun I was having, I bought in.”

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11/19/2015

Most Surveyed Am Law 200 Attorneys Believe So With the high volume of paperwork often involved in the legal process, it can be hard to imagine paperless law firms in just five years. But in a recent survey of attorneys conducted by Ari Kaplan Advisors and kCura, an e-discovery provider, the majority of participants believe paperless law firms will be the norm by 2020.

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11/17/2015