The Imaging Channel
This month's edition compares the CPP/CPC of four A3 workgroup color MFPs: Ricoh MP C3003, Konica Minolta bizhub C284e, HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 Color MFP M775dn, and Lexmark X925de MFP.
The printing business soldiers on despite a continued onslaught of dire predictions from pundits and naysayers — both inside the industry and out. A quick Internet search today reveals hundreds of articles forecasting the death of paper, the death of printing, or the paperless office. Despite these trends, printing remains a viable and important business function.
Ask a printer-industry geek “What’s hot right now?” and the answer will be “Color.” Or, at least it should be. After all, the low-hanging fruit for MPS practitioners is now as abundant as water in a California reservoir and the 3D market is as far away from maturation as I am. But while growth in 3D and MPS rises and falls, respectively, the market for color devices is looking pretty good at present.
by Robert Palmer | 10/15/14
On October 14, Xerox launched three new monochrome machines, two targeted at the low end of the SMB market and one designed for office workgroup and enterprise applications. The new products offer little in terms of technological advancement. Nevertheless,…
by Robert Palmer | 10/7/14
On Monday, Hewlett-Packard announced sweeping changes that promise to radically alter the course of the company’s future, as well as the landscape for IT products and services. After years of speculation and rumor, the firm has decided to split its enterprise…
by Dave Sobel | 10/1/14
As I write this article, I’m in Dusseldorf, Germany, where we are hosting our MAX 2014 conference for the German market. This is the fourth of our series, and the team has flown around the world, visiting Australia, the U.S., the UK, and now mainland Europe. The…