By | Thursday, March 05, 2015
A dirty printer can cause a number of unwanted issues. Accumulated dust, gunk, toner and other particles can cause spotty print jobs and paper jams. Clogged inkjet printer head nozzles can also wreak their own kind of havoc on the quality of your print jobs and can negatively impact the life of your printer.
What you don't know about printer paper can't hurt you. But it could hurt your printer, and it can certainly make or break the quality of your print jobs.
The desire to "go green" has resulted in the development of ecologically sound technologies that help lighten carbon emissions while chopping away at the overuse of resources.
Here are three helpful security tips that you can put into action today to ensure your wireless multifunction printer isn't leaving a gaping hole for hackers and would-be identity thieves to creep through.
The desire to reduce paper waste isn't just about being environmentally conscious. It's also about cutting expenses.
Too many in the enterprise fail to realize is that even those that jealously guard printer trays and enforce prudent shred bin practices can still be wide open to attack as a result of poor wireless security measures.
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A recent IDC report found that worldwide shipments of large format printers has declined by five percent in the third quarter of 2012.
The three compact inkjet AIOs in Brother's new Business Smart Series will be quite innovative judging from a hands-on printer preview we attended in New York City.
Staples Advantage, the business-to-business division of Staples, Inc., is launching the Staples Technology Solutions Managed Print Services (MPS), a program designed to help businesses better understand their annual printing costs, how to save money and improve productivity of their IT staff.
Canon U.S.A. has expanded their laser printer lineup again with the announcement of two new imageRUNNER laser printers designed with small businesses, enterprise workgroups and Managed Document Services in mind.
New research from International Data Corp. (IDC), London, highlights how the use of Internet-enabled devices is changing the hardcopy market as we know it and is forcing industry participants to rethink their product offerings.
Hewlett-Packard revealed plans for a large reorganization from within the company today, plans that will reposition its Imaging and Print Group under the umbrella of the PC-making Personal Systems Group.
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