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Lexmark offers SMB/remote-ready printers to partners
The new smaller and lighter devices are designed for small workgroups and small spaces.
Epson launches new large-format document scanner
The DS-32000 offers speeds of up to 90 pages-per-minute with a peak duty cycle of 40,000 sheets per day.
Epson expands scanner portfolio
"The new scanners are the company's fastest-ever colour duplex document scanners, designed for busy and high-volume offices of any size."
Epson large format printers win first Red Dot Best of the Best Award
This year marks the third successive year that Epson products have been recognised in the Red Dot Award.
HP adds smarts to new range of printers for SMBs
The new OfficeJet Pro series aims to help streamline small and medium businesses’ admin to free up owner/operator time.
Hands-on review: Epson FastFoto FF-680W
Simple in layout and function, it packs the punch of a professional scanner and will prove an invaluable tool for anyone needing to archive large quantities of photographs.
Increase inventory efficiency with this secure, intuitive solution
This next generation of the MC3000 series offers everything needed to run current terminal emulation (TE) applications right out of the box.
Alloys inks new distie agreement with Fujitsu for scanning equiptment
The agreement provides Alloy's customers with access to Fujitsu scanning solutions in the workgroup, departmental and production-level categories.
Zebra - on a mission to speed up checkout lines with new scanner
“Zebra’s new MP7000 scanner scale will help keep checkout lines moving and allow retailers to process more transactions per day.”
Good Design Australia: Zebra Technologies wins award for DS3600-series scanner
This year, a jury consisting of 35 international design experts assessed 244 shortlisted entries from around the world.
Scanning documents to email? You could be risking your business
If employees in your business scan documents direct to email, it could be a huge security risk and breach privacy requirements, according to Y Soft.
How an Aussie tech company helped with the Panama Papers investigation
“Nuix technology was an indispensable part of our work on the Panama Papers investigation, as it has been with many of our in-depth investigations.”
Blackboard and Sharp: Teaming up to enhance student workflows
"Sharp's integration with Blackboard Learn will create a seamless workflow between our two systems, allowing students to focus on learning."
Mobile devices tearing up printing and scanning landscape
"As organisations adopt mobile devices at a rapid pace, opportunities for document solutions continue to grow."