Printers Article Archive:
Staples has launched a services pilot scheme that allows customers to use in-store 3D printers so they do not have to shell out for their own device.
Channelnomics today launches IT: Connect & Expand, a site sponsored by Xerox with news and views on business printing and document management services.
Xerox continues to fine tune its channel program offerings, looking to improve performance and opportunity for a range of partners from pure print players to advanced IT services firms.
Xerox Canada has a new channel chief, but its focus on developing managed print services options for its partners will continue.
Who is better suited to serve the MPS market — the value-added IT reseller, or the BTA dealer steeped in traditional printing technology?
The predicted explosion of 3D printing is set to cost $100 billion a year in intellectual property theft, according to a new Gartner report.
While a lot has happened over the last 12 months, relatively few breakthrough or significant technologies or trends were recorded. This is Channelnomics’ tribute to a year of nothingness.
HP’s S900 family takes the printer vendor into the copier room, but will its sales strategy leave managed print service providers behind?
Uneven results among HP’s business units give the channel pause over HP, which may be steering the right course but is far from fully righting the ship.
Microsoft Corp. has thrown its hat into the 3D printing ring by releasing new software on Windows 8.1 that allows users to design their own printable objects.