Printers news stories - Page 2
Lexmark offers SMB/remote-ready printers to partners
The new smaller and lighter devices are designed for small workgroups and small spaces.
Cloud print services becoming an inevitable future
Almost three-quarters of organisations expect to adopt cloud print management by 2025, and many are adopting a multicloud strategy.
How Epson makes CSR more than a buzzword
After being named in the FTSE4Good Index yet again, the company has outlined how it makes social responsibility a core tenant of its vision.
Ricoh debuts new range of A4 colour multi-function devices for the digital workplace
"Digital workplaces deploying the new Ricoh devices can scale their capabilities based on their latest needs, while also keeping security features and software completely up to date."
HP seeks to 'raise the bar' for security in the printer industry
"This is an important step in driving more stringent industry standards for IoT devices, like printers, and pushing our industry to a higher standard."
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's new hyper-energy efficient multifunction printers
Sustainable and efficient range of new products designed for small business and corporate customers to produce more and use less energy.
Epson large format printers win design award
The iF Design Award is recognised around the world and celebrates innovative industrial product design excellence.
OKI Data Australia appoints A/NZ managing director
For his first initiative, Tony Grima will be introducing the new OKI Advantage Partner Program and online Partner Portal in Australia and New Zealand.
Hands-on review: Instax Mini Link is the smartphone printer for social polaroid lovers
There’s something gratifying about being able to quickly and easily print out the images that matter to you.
Epson Sydney launch focuses on productivity and efficiency
This week Epson Australia invited media and partners to a showcase event featuring the latest products aimed to increase productivity and efficiency.
Ricoh Australia launches new line of multifunction printers
The printers are designed for commercial printers, print shops, corporate reprographics departments, offices, and schools for greater mono production flexibility and capability.
Popular enterprise printers riddled with security risks
Researchers from NCC Group analysed different aspects of six mid-range enterprise printers manufactured by HP, Ricoh, Xerox, Lexmark, Kyocera, and Brother.
How Ricoh printing solutions drive growth for Prima Printing
Ricoh Australia will provide several colour print solutions to Australia and New Zealand’s largest manufacturer of personalised consumer imaging products, Prima Printing.
Gaming consoles are the most secure smarthome devices
Out of all the connected devices in the home – lights, TVs, plugs, digital assistants, and even surveillance cameras – the humble game console is the most secure device of all of them.
Brother releases ink-free colour label printer
The app-controlled VC-500W label printer with ZINK technology prints labels with customised size, length and design.
Why the multifunction device poses a security threat
“When putting together a security strategy, printers and MFDs are often overlooked as innocuous devices."
HP drives 3D printing for the manufacturing industry
The new products and partnerships are designed to bring new levels of manufacturing predictability and quality to customers scaling to full production.
PrinterLogic software vulnerable to remote attacks
The vulnerabilities affect PrinterLogic versions 126.96.36.199 and older.
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.
How to integrate printing services into DX
"It’s important not to overlook the print, scan and copy environment, which can contribute significantly to DX initiatives."
Rotorua will soon be home to a massive 3D-printed sculpture
Visitors to Rotorua will soon be able to get up close and personal with a 3D-printed sculpture that will tower 12 metres over the city’s Hemo Gorge roundabout.
How mobile workers can become even more efficient
“Mobile workers who can manage invoices and forms on the go, simply using their smart device, can be more productive and efficient. They can work more accurately and avoid the frustrations that come with manual, paper-based processes that often ties them to a desk.”
How MFDs could be putting SMEs at risk of a security breach
Attackers can gain access to MFDs, and potentially the entire business network. For example, employees may use their smartphone or tablet to connect to the MFD to print documents for a meeting.