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Canon has just released the new Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE (iR-ADV) 400i and Global Warming - Could Sustainable Printers be the Answer?
Sustainability is of intrinsic importance to our future, with global warming becoming a more urgent concern with every passing day. One of the many ways we can do our part...
- The Canon imageRUNNER 1700 Series Photocopier/MFPs
Canon, the leading imaging solutions provider, has recently announced the launch of the new imageRUNNER 1700, a series of highly productive A4 photocopiers designed to meet the needs of small,...
- The Canon imageRUNNER 1133/iR 1133 MFP/Photocopiers Series
In a broad swathe of recent product launches, Canon, a world leader in business imaging solutions has announced the release of the imageRUNNER 1133 photocopier/MFP series. The new Canon
- Canon MFP Security Checklist - The Defences that Could Save Thousands...
Every device in a networked environment requires robust security defences. Any weak link in the chain can and usually will be exploited by cyber-thieves or online criminals and could end...
News and views relating to colour photocopiers, black and white photocopiers, office equipment and printers
Wednesday, 18 August 2010 15:15
The increasing affordability of large amounts of digital space has meant that much of our information has become ever more vulnerable in recent years. It seems that almost every week, there’s another news item about citizens’, patients’ or consumers’ data having been lost, misplaced or somehow gone astray. Twenty years ago, it would have required hulking great servers to carry 1 gigabyte of data. Today, that sort of storage potential is on offer to anyone with a trouser pocket and just a few pounds. In fact, many organisations give away terabytes of space to potential new customers and acquaintances as they used to dish out company biros. Instead of chewing the end of your embossed pen, you may well discover a much less comfortable freebie hanging on the edge of your lip, a stubby USB stick with room on-board for the entire medical records of a UK county. It’s obvious that the huge strides forward in digital technology carry with them equally huge risks. Data is increasingly exposed and more and more of it is turning up in the wrong places. Companies and public bodies are now frequently landed with debilitating law suits and many are left reeling with both reputations and bank balances in tatters.
Monday, 16 August 2010 15:45
Buying new office equipment really shouldn’t have to be a gamble. But the risks many business solutions consumers take when purchasing a new office copier, office scanner, office printer or multifunction device, could place them and potentially their whole company finances in great jeopardy. To be fair to these customers, where exactly are businesses supposed to turn for sound and unbiased advice when they’re looking to renew/replace their office equipment lease or purchase new devices of their own? Well, the answer is that sadly, there is no simple answer. There’s no Top Gear for office machinery, and disappointingly, nor is there an accompanying Top Gear buyer advice style magazine. But for someone who has worked in the reprographics industry for years, there are several places that office equipment customers should know about and touch base with when looking for decent, reasonably impartial product information. So, for those of you who are currently searching for the latest and best in office equipment - be that a copier, scanner, printer or an increasingly popular MFD, we bring you our Office Equipment - Guide for the Perplexed.
Friday, 13 August 2010 13:20
It only seems like yesterday that Canon released the imageRUNNER 5000 black and white photocopier/printer, a multifunction printer that was one of the first to introduce high quality and high speed scanning, came with an impressive, highly intuitive user display and offered unusually broad media handling. But now, in what has to be Canon’s most prolific period in copier innovation to date, the company has decided to up its game yet another notch, releasing the stunning imageRUNNER Advance 6000 series. For those organisations looking for the very best in medium duty mono printing and now with colour scanning and a vast array of other improvements as standard, the Canon imageRUNNER Advance 6000 series will be the most obvious choice.
Canon Copiers Advancing the Frontiers of Digital Printing – Three New imagePRESS Digital Printers Released
Thursday, 05 August 2010 16:00
There’s been a lot of big news from Canon Copiers this last month. Maybe it’s something in the spring air or perhaps this trenche of recent product releases has more to do with IPEX - the printing industry extravaganza which has just taken place at Birmingham’s NEC. Well cynics amongst you, please hold your tongues, for Canon has one final announcement to make - the launch of three beautiful new colour production presses, which bring unprecedented levels of performance to the digital printing sector. It seems clear from these imagePRESS C7010VP, C6010VP and C6010 flagship machines, Canon has saved its most exciting announcement till last. Here, we’ll provide you with the low-down on the new extended imagePRESS series.
Tuesday, 29 June 2010 11:58
Awards season in the world of office equipment is well and truly under way. The most eagerly awaited of all, is Buyers Laboratory Inc.'s (BLI) ‘Pick of the Year’ which have been announced over the last couple of days. It's clear, Canon's unprecedented research and development drive into improving the energy efficiency and environmental impact of its multifunction printers has really paid off. 5 different multifunction printer manufacturers were awarded with ‘Outstanding Achievement‘ for energy efficiency but only Canon laser multifunction printers were awarded more than one, in fact, make that 4 – quite unprecedented in both BLI's and Canon's history.
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- The Canon imageRUNNER 1700 Series Photocopier/MFPs