Insights from the Lab: User Interventions

By Marlene Orr, Senior Analyst, Printers/A4 MFPs, October 18, 2013

A Strategy for Managed Output Adoption

Reducing Print Related Costs in Large Organizations
Executive Summary
The following white paper outlines a strategy for organizations to create and implement a managed output strategy. While the advantages of reducing costs by printing with fewer devices is clear to most organizations, determining the best path to success has been less obvious.

Going Green

Becoming an environmentally friendly company is a big concern for many business owners. There are many reasons why one would want to run a “green” office.
Becoming green will help reduce your carbon footprint and significantly reduce your energy bills, while helping you develop a reputation for being an honorable company, which will create new business opportunities.
Many people might be under the impression that the only way to go green is to completely cut out printing from your business plan. But throwing away the printer isn’t practical for any office.

Canon U.S.A. PIXMA PRO City Senses Interactive Galleries Help Bring Printed Images To Life

MELVILLE, N.Y., October 10, 2013 – Canon U.S.A. Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, recently brought the five senses to life with the PIXMA PRO City Senses gallery experience, a three-city gallery series aimed at encapsulating an emotion and moment-in-time through the power of printed images. Inspired by their hometown pride and love of photography, actor Norman Reedus (AMC's The Walking Dead), multi-Grammy award-winning hip-hop artist and actor COMMON, and notable chef Tyler Florence, each hosted gallery exhibits in New York, Chicago and San Francisco, respectively.

Canon Launches Therefore™ Document Management Solution in U.S. Market

By Jessica Schiffenhaus, Research Editor, October 7, 2013
On Wednesday, September 25, BLI editors joined Canon Solutions America for an open house event at MetLife Stadium, where Canon gave a first look demonstration on the company’s new document management software offering, Therefore.

Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

MELVILLE, N.Y., October 7, 2013 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today introduced the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 series of multifunction office systems. Designed for busy workgroups that demand versatility in a compact space, the new models can help improve efficiency by allowing businesses to integrate processes and streamline tasks.


For Newsweek, immediate access to financial and other operational reports is vital for success. Publishing is an extremely competitive business, and business executives need to be able to quickly spot financial and other trends and react to them. Previously, Newsweek depended on a mainframe-based printing system for publishing financial reports and the printing facility was located in offices separate from corporate headquarters. Printing reports could take several hours after a report was requested for it to be delivered to corporate headquarters from the printing facility via courier.

HP Grows Designjet T-series Portfolio with New High-end eMultifunction Large-format Printer

PALO ALTO, Calif. – HP today announced the HP Designjet T2500 eMultifunction Printer (eMFP), which brings new customer-driven design features to a single, compact device that scans, prints and copies to help highly mobile teams work together better and faster.

Lexmark Mobile Printing White Paper

Mobile Printing Gets Down to Business
By all accounts, 2011 marked a milestone in the rise of mobile computing. According to a survey by Deloitte Canada Research, 2011 was the year when sales of “non-PCs” – the umbrella term for smartphones and tablet devices – overtook that of traditional PCs. This turning point should come as no surprise to most industry observers, especially now that mobile devices have become so powerful and affordable that few
people can resist getting into the act.

Digital Duplicators: The Technology That Just Keeps on Going

By Lynn Nannariello, BLI Assistant Managing Editor, Sept. 24, 2013


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