GUEST RESEARCH: Nitro Software, a global document productivity software company accelerating digital transformation in organisations around the world, today released its 2022 Productivity Report, which explores how the pandemic has transformed productivity, workflows and digital initiatives, as well as the trends and technologies shaping work in 2022 and beyond.
With a clever, new and intuitive Smart Panel app that makes it incredibly easy to set up, monitor, print, scan and more using your EcoTank right from your smartphone or tablet, Epson's EcoTank printers have been the perfect pairing to the work and school from home lifestyle, and with 60 million sales now achieved, it's no surprise to see the Epson EcoTank rank No.1 worldwide!
Printer vendor Epson says it will continue to use its PrecisionCore inkjet technology in printers for home, enterprise, office, large format and industrial use.
Imaging specialist Lexmark has made improvements to its core Cloud Print Management (CPM) and Cloud Fleet Management (CFM) services.
Epson's move to sell a printer with up to two years of ink included in the box was a genius move that did see printers cost more upfront, but saved 160,000 tons of CO2, while also saving us tons of time and money.
Macquarie University has chosen office solutions provider Y Soft and integrated solutions and managed services provider Konica Minolta to manage 240 devices across the university, servicing 60,000 students.
New versions of Epson's popular all-in-one printers have arrived, with the XP-6000 and XP-8500 available now, and the XP-15000 arriving in December 2018.
Your favourite tech reseller is presumably set to let you know about Brother's range of products as the company offers resellers a chance at winning adrenaline-pumping thrilling rewards.
OKI Data Australia’s new Teriostar large format digital LED mono printers have now gone multifunction, and can also scan in colour or mono.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions is expanding its 3D printing business in the Australian market with the addition of more staff and resources to meet what it says is growing demand for its products and services.
HP's new PageWide, LaserJet and OfficeJet printers are impressive, and to further explain the technologies and breakthroughs to journalists, HP had four special showcases with more info. Here are those sessions on video in full.
On a quest to reinvent itself after splitting into two separate companies, HP’s new printers show there’s plenty of innovation driving the company, its products and its reinvention.
A joint initiative by government, industry and the National Science and Technology Centre, Questacon, has given students from secondary schools in three states experience with the cutting-edge of design technology.
Epson has released a new Replaceable Ink Pack System (RIPS) which it says delivers an entirely new way for small to medium size businesses to cut costs and improve efficiencies in office colour printing.
Printer and camera company Canon has launched a brand new range of printers dubbed MAXIFY for SoHo and small businesses, designed ‘to support the demand from for high volume, colour printing’.
Worldwide use of 3D printers is exploding with shipments expected to more than double every year from 108,000 this year to 2.3 million shipments in 2018.
Holmesglen TAFE uses Novell iPrint to simplify on-campus printing.
Epson has launched what it describes as "laser-beating" PrecisionCore technology in Australia for consumer, office, business and commercial printers.
Print solutions and office equipment vendor Ricoh has officially opened its 5-star green star rated Centre of Technical Excellence in the Sydney suburb of Eastern Creek.
PrinterOn's latest mobile printing app for iPhone and iPad makes it easier to find the right printer.
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