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Konica Minolta Business Solutions, one of the world's leaders in information management focused on enterprise content, technology optimization and cloud service, and Clover, the global leader in the recovery, refurbishment, remanufacturing and redeployment of business and electronic assets, announced today a partnership that will make Clover a strategic toner supplier for Konica Minolta.

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05/04/2015

Toshiba Tec (TOKYO:6588), a leading provider of technology solutions announces it joined the Mopria™ Alliance, a non-profit membership organization that promotes wireless printing from smart phone, tablets and other mobile devices in September 2014, and now several Toshiba MFPs have received Mopria-certification.

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05/04/2015

Models using INKvestment Cartridges Enable High Print Volume Small Office and Home Office Users to Lower their Total Cost of Ownership without Sacrificing Quality or Business Functionality

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05/04/2015

OKI Data Americas announces changes to the structure and staffing of its marketing and sales organizations to better align with its parent corporation's global configuration and business objectives. With these changes, OKI Data will continue to focus on the development and delivery of cross-industry solutions, business-critical applications, and targeted vertical solutions - all with the goal of becoming even more responsive to its customer's current and emerging needs within the global marketplace. These changes further underscore OKI Data's commitment to supporting print-reliant business segments and other strategic initiatives to ensure the company's long-term profitable growth.  

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04/30/2015

OKI Data Americas announces its participation in the BTA Mid-America District Event taking place May 7-8, 2015 in Minneapolis, MN. Exhibiting in booth four, OKI will demonstrate a groundbreaking new device available through the BTA channel - the ES8473 color multifunction printer (MFP). The ES8473 MFP offers a unique value proposition with its small footprint paired with the capability to produce A3/tabloid size output. It is designed for end-users seeking the flexibility to produce wide format output, and is a cost-effective alternative to larger, more expensive devices. Featuring an optional wireless connectivity, seven inch color, tilting touchscreen display, and standard print, copy, scan and fax functionalities, the ES8473 MFP provides extensive printing capabilities and revenue-producing opportunities.

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04/30/2015

OKI Data Americas announces availability of new high performance, A4 multifunction printers (MFPs) in the mid-workgroup segment - the MB700+ and MC700+ series - with five monochrome and five color configurations, respectively. These enhanced devices feature a number of improvements, including capabilities with Apple AirPrint for iOS compatibility, Adobe Systems (PDF/A) portable document formatting embedded into scan functions, and compliance with Mac OS X Yosemite.

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04/28/2015

A new solution from Xerox and Fotoba provides the industry's fastest production of full-bleed and multi-up posters, banners and signage, at speeds as fast as five seconds per page.

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04/16/2015

Ricoh today introduced a new printer and multifunction product (MFP) line that brings big-business power and reliability to small offices and home offices.

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04/16/2015

HP (NYSE: HPQ) today announced Antonio Lucio will become Chief Marketing Officer of HP Inc., the company comprising HP's market-leading personal systems and printing businesses following HP's separation into two new publicly traded Fortune 50 companies. In this role, Lucio will work alongside HP Inc.'s leadership team to drive sales and build brand loyalty as the company delivers innovations that empower people to create, interact and inspire like never before. Lucio will report to Dion Weisler, future Chief Executive Officer of HP Inc.

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04/14/2015

Patients expect their hospital experience to involve nothing less than the latest technology. That's why the idea of too much paperwork scares them off, sometimes to the point of choosing the Internet for help with medical conditions.  

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04/13/2015