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Ricoh launches new cloud-based print management solution
"We've helped our customers move many of their day-to-day business processes to the cloud already and being able to take print with them offers a host of advantages."
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How to scale cloud-based print infrastructure services without surging costs
A cloud-based print management solution is needed for larger organisations that are interested in additional features that help with mobile printing, rules-based printing, print roaming and reporting of print activity with centralised management.
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Managed Services
Lexmark releases WFH bundle to channel resellers
The work-from-home package for Australian channel partners is designed to support the demand from end-customers for a simplified print solution.
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What organisations should pay for moving their print services to the cloud
"From a customer perspective, the pricing model should be fair, protect, and build on existing investments, easily scale up and down as needs change, and be transparent and straightforward."
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Y Soft launches edge printing solutions, enhances Microsoft's Universal Print
Y Soft has launched YSoft OMNI Series, a new cloud/edge computing product family which consists of YSoft OMNI Bridge and YSoft OMNI Apps including the first app YSoft OMNI UP365.
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Cloud printing
How print services can improve productivity
Printing remains an essential element of business operations - whether employees are present in the office, working from home, or travelling between offices.
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Synnex adds cloud printing vendor to boost A/NZ portfolio
Synnex Australia says that the partnership with Printix reflects its dedication to the channel cloud marketplace.
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Cloud printing: Key for the mobile workforce
A mobile workforce requires a new approach to printing, says Hamish Alexander, country manager, Imaging and Printing Group, Hewlett-Packard New Zealand.