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What does COVID-19 mean for the print industry?
As with many industries, COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns has significantly impacted the print industry, however there is an opportunity to diversify service offerings and capture key markets.
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.
Kyocera's green sustainability efforts recognised
Kyocera says its efforts to increase sustainability and reduce greenhouse missions are part of the ‘Kyocera philosophy’.
Culture changes are key when taking on sustainability – KYOCERA
“Business leaders need to drive this transformation, embedding sustainability within the culture of their organisations."
Teens prove IoT device vulnerabilities by hacking them
After two teens managed to hack hundreds of thousands of printers around the world, KYOCERA Document Solutions has some tips for businesses.
Dicker Data expands print portfolio with Kyocera appointment
With the success of Dicker Data and Kyocera’s partnership across the ditch, Kyocera has teamed up with the distie’s New Zealand arm.
Dicker Data appointed as Kyocera distributor
Expanding Dicker Data’s print portfolio in the Australian market.
Aussie startup Reekoh partners with Kyocera to launch IoT marketplace for Asian systems integrators
Australian startup Reekoh has scored a deal with Kyocera to bring an IoT marketplace to systems integrators in Singapore and South East Asia.
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.
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.
Beyond the printer
It wasn’t too long ago that the idea of printing a photo-quality image at home was a complete revelation.