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Epson admits defeat against ink refills and joins the party
The company says they have ‘revolutionised’ household printing in New Zealand.
MCS: Adding content to managed print services
It wasn’t long ago that ‘managed print services’, or MPS, was the hot phrase for the printing sector.
Aggressive expansion plans for Kiwi iPad software
While there is a special push to sell the product in New Zealand and Australia, the internet allows cost-effective selling into the United State and Europe.
In-house colour printing's competitive edge
Companies are constantly seeking ways to reduce operational costs and boost efficiency, and many are finding in-house colour printing can help them achieve both.
Document management key to successful business
Document management is becoming an increasingly significant issue for New Zealand businesses, large and small, but what does it actually mean and why is it so important?
Balanced Deployment: why the ‘where’ of printing is important
In short, Balanced Deployment means putting printing and imaging technology within reach of everyone who needs it.
Enjoy your Days of Summer with Ingram Micro's HP campaign
Ingram Micro is running a promotion for HP products in time for summer. The ‘Days of Summer’ campaign is open now, with the opportunity to win prizes when you purchase HP products.
HP takes huge step - a split is coming
Rumours that HP is to split into two have been confirmed
Design awards prove printing isn't dead
Brother has long been a leading provider of print and imaging equipment, and this year two products have snapped up two awards.
Thorley tackles Kyocera NZ...
Chris Thorley has seen big changes in the printing industry over the years. He talks to Heather Wright about price breakthroughs, Kyocera's Kiwi plans, and keeping the balance.
Market brands HP's 3D printing comments "worrisome"...
In the end, HP will target the 3D printer opportunities that align with its technology and overall strategy.
Epson launches laser-beating PrecisionCore tech in NZ
In a move which the printing company brands the "biggest threat to laser printing since the creation of that technology in 1976", Epson has officially launched its PrecisionCore inkjet technology in New Zealand.
Print it good... NZ market riding on the crest of a wave
3D printing may be garnering all the headlines at the moment, but the news isn't bad for the rest of the printing sector either, Heather Wright discovers.
Small business: New market, customers, and opportunity
Anthony Toope, Fuji Xerox Printers Australia and New Zealand marketing and channel operations manager, takes a look at how best to tap the market.
The 3D printing revolution - can you see a future?
Murray Clark, Ricoh marketing manager, discusses 3D printing and why it’s important to be part of the $2.2 billion (and growing) industry.
IDC: 3D printing heading towards mainstream adoption
Emerging from a curiosity niche, 3D printing is now on the verge of mainstream adoption as businesses begin to recognise and embrace the cost and product manufacturing benefits of the technology.
The eco-friendly printing option
The ColorQube from Fuji Xerox is an eco-friendly printing option for schools.
Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2014 - Part 2
Following on from Gartner's announcement yesterday of the top ten technologies and trends that will be strategic for most organisations in 2014, check out the remaining five predictions below.
Trade in your old printer and save with HP
There’s never been a better time to swap your old printer for a brand new HP LaserJet Single or Multifunction Printer (MFP).
Testing times for education
Teaching Assistant helps teachers create multi-choice tests. The completed test sheets are then scanned into the multifunction device to be marked automatically.
App-y printers are the future
Kyocera New Zealand boss Nigel Paull talks to Heather Wright about Kyocera’s stance on the market and how apps could help resellers.
Printing in the digital age
In today’s rapidly evolving technology landscape a number of trends in printing and document management are becoming ever more important.
Printing – the balance sheet blind spot
Most business managers don’t realise the impact printers and copiers have on their balance sheet and their operational expenses.
Apply rigour to printing
We are seeing new initiatives emerging constantly in all fields and document management is no different.