Local businesses are disposing rugged devices such as handhelds, scanners, and barcode readers prematurely despite committing sustainability goals, according to research from enterprise mobility solutions Soti.
Epson's new RapidReceipt RR-600W receipt and document scanner aims to make life easier for small businesses, micro businesses and home users.
It’s the third successive Best of the Best award from Red Dot for Epson printers, and the fifth successive year that Epson products have won in the product design category, with its document scanners and professional photo printers also recognised.
Epson's new WorkForce ES-500WR is a $699 desktop scanner with a 50-sheet input tray, one-pass duplex operation, and some interesting document and data management features.
If you need a portable scanner, take a look at Brother's latest offering.
Epson's FF-680W scanner is a convenient way of digitising a sizeable collection of photos, and then it has a second life as a document scanner.
Epson aims to take the strain out of photo digitisation with its new FastFoto FF-680W scanner.
The modern nature of warehouses and the need for faster and seamless processes to meet tighter deadlines, means that Manager must now be able to communicate with warehouse operators one-to-one, at any time, or with multiple workers, in multiple parts of the warehouse – all at once.
Sydney’s small businesses and residents are invited by Dell and TechCollect to recycle their various old computers and accessories on Saturday 26 September.
Global logistics provider, Mainfreight is deploying next generation TC75 mobile computing devices from Zebra Technologies to empower its employees with insights on the go.
OK you think of Brother as inkjets and sewing machines. But it is a serious small business supplier and the addition of two business class, A4, 600 DPI, desktop scanners may make you rethink its pedigree.
Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One driver and reigning champion Lewis Hamilton says he doesn't know why head-up displays have not been investigated before in the sport.
Upstream Print Solutions, a subsidiary of Fuji Xerox Australia, has deployed software-as-a-service from cloud services provider ServiceNow to transform its delivery of IT services to employees and external customers.
New Zealand-based global ERP software provider Greentree International has unveiled its strategic product direction of the future, launching the progressive rollout of a wide new range of software capabilities and the choice of how to use them on mobile devices, tablets, in the Cloud or on-premise.
Australia Post has signed a $71 million deal with Telstra which will see it receive new tracking technology and 26,000 handheld scanners to provide real-time tracking for customers.
Hamrick Software's VueScan and VueScan Mobile software now supports Brother scanners.
It's spring, so a fresh crop of HP printers, all-in-ones and a scanning station is on its way. The company is making a big deal of web and wireless connectivity.
Epson has hooked up with English Premier League glamour side Manchester United.
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