James Gaskin

Today’s document solutions: New printing, more features, less training

Choosing the right document solution leads to getting the right printer, improving employee efficiency with the right workflow decisions, and skips all those boring training classes.

One device to rule them all

Ready to configure your document-intensive workflows and processes inside your software so your multifunction printer will be the hub of your middleware platform? With the right printer, all these things are possible.

What you need to know about document management in healthcare

Security, mandatory in healthcare, requires printers to authenticate users, keep stored information away from non-authorized users, and protect printouts. Here’s what you need to know.

Conserve resources, improve total cost of ownership

Research firm IDC reported that over 3.1 trillion (with a T) pages were printed in 2010. With that much volume, some control is better than no control. And management of modern printers does the best job to date of tracking printing...

5 best practices for managing modern document workflow

A printer is no longer a single office machine. Now a printer is one component in a managed, secure, collaborative workflow solution. If not, you have the wrong printer vendor.

Are you plagued with BYOD printing problems?

Many companies allow users to bring their own devices (BYOD) to work. There are many areas to consider in the BYOD world, but for now, let's just look at the problem of how BYOD devices will print.

Bossa Nova's mObi, first 'ballbot,' rolls onstage

Appearing at the 2012 RoboBusiness Summit in Pittsburgh in late October, mObi takes Bossa Nova Robotics from toys to personal robotics.

Transform your iPad into a telepresence robot

Double Robotics gives iPad wheels and lets you 'be there' without being there.

Ahoy! Talk Like A Pirate Day, September 19

International Talk Like A Pirate Day booty includes free doughnuts and free Broadway tickets for 100 pirates with the best 'stache.

Facebook bought Instagram so Google buys Snapseed

German Nik Software, makers of the photography app Snapseed, agree to be acquired by Google for an undisclosed sum.

For Rent: Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365

You can still buy the software, but the push is on for office software by subscription. Big target: families, people with multiple devices, and small businesses.

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