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Attackers Exploits Zero-day Vulnerability Before Enterprises Can Patch

Attackers Exploits Zero-day Vulnerability Before Patched

The findings are based on data from the millions of endpoints running HP Wolf Security.
Canon Releases Six New imageCLASS X Series Printers

Canon Releases Six New imageCLASS X Series Printers

These new models are said to help employees stay connected and maintain access to critical business information.
Dinglong Launches Advanced Materials Research Institute Project

Dinglong Launches Advanced Materials Research Institute Project

Dinglong’s vision is to become an advanced material company, within and outside of China.

G&G Connects with Global Distributors for the First Time in 2 Years

Presenters shared their insights on the company’s future plans and strategies, branding support, and industry trends.
Ninestar Forecasts Significant Profit Growth for the First Three Quarters

Ninestar Forecasts Significant Profit Growth for the First Three Quarters

Net profit attributable to shareholders from the listed company up to US$97.73 million to US$113.24 million.
Innovation and Cooperation is the Key to Solve Patent Disputes

Innovation and Cooperation is the Key to Solve Patent Disputes

“Patent doesn’t have to be a private possession; it can be shared to make some contributions.”

Parcel Shipping Continues to Boom

The growth in e-commerce impacts the future of the distribution of imaging supplies.
Will Chip Shortage be Alleviated?

Will Chip Shortage be Alleviated?

"It's hard to tell if chip production recovery will alleviate the shortage of chips used in consumables."
Paper Made From Stone Gives the Environment a Boost

Paper Made From Stone Gives the Environment a Boost

80% of the product is calcium carbonate which is sourced from mining waste.

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New Specialty Paper Made from Stone Proves Sustainable

New Specialty Paper Made from Stone Proves Sustainable

By using mainly stone powder, no trees or water are required, reducing the energy necessary for production and CO2 emissions, and poisonous chemicals are eliminated.
Thank God for Engineers Optimists and Innovators

Thank God for Engineers Optimists and Innovators

Steve Weedon looks back 40 years: To the optimist, the glass is half full. To the pessimist, the glass is half empty. To the engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
Celebrating the the Birth of Printing Consumables in China Arnald Ho

Celebrating the Birth of Printing Consumables in China

Print-Rite's Arnald Ho shares the two dreams he has had for 40 years since he first set up his printer ribbon factory in China.
Fascinated with Imaging Technologies Since Age 8 Art Diamond

Fascinated with Imaging Technologies Since Age 8

The late Art Diamond shared what caught his attention for almost 80 years, not long before he left us.
Millions Offered: Eric Smith Shares His Supreme Court Story

Millions Offered: Eric Smith Shares His Supreme Court Story

Impression Products’ Eric Smith shares the story of his historic U.S. Supreme Court win on May 30, 2017.
Controlling Color Components & Cartridge Technicians Coenie Greyling

Controlling Color, Components & Cartridge Technicians

Experienced trainer Coenie Greyling says a good “mono” technician cannot necessarily reman a color cartridge. Quite to the contrary, they have too many “bad” habits.

Blogs

How 337 Investigations Defined an Industry

How 337 Investigations Defined an Industry

As of June 2021, there have been 17 investigations in the printing consumables industry over 15 years with nine ending up with General Exclusion Orders, according to patent attorney Helen Duan.
Revealing the True Latino Pioneering Spirit

Revealing the True Latino Pioneering Spirit

In drawing a 40-year timeline of the industry, Gustavo Molinatti says we should not fail to highlight the work of the aftermarket pioneers, many of whom are still in business and applaud them for their vision and leadership.
Competition and Government Incentives Drive Growth

Competition and Government Incentives Drive Growth

Lessons learned from many struggling and failed companies reveal how difficult it is to sustain a business in India: a very large, fast-growing market, yet hyper-competitive and highly price-sensitive, says Dhruv Mahajan.
Sales: the Good the Bad and the Ugly James Douglas

Sales: the Good the Bad and the Ugly

James Douglas says he cringes when he hears a retailer say, “I'll cross my fingers I won’t have an issue."  They are doing their customers a disservice and the industry damage.
Nothing Fishy About This Dream Berto

Nothing Fishy About This Dream Berto

RT's resident cartoonist, Berto ponders what it might have been like for residents of the village of Zhuhai when news broke that it would be transformed into a special economic zone city.
What Lessons can Apple PanAm and Polaroid Reveal?

What Lessons can Apple PanAm and Polaroid Reveal?

Darren Turner considers exciting ideas and decisions by entrepreneurs some of which worked and others didn't.
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