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When Will Dion Write the Check to Carl?

With all of the recent strategic developments between Xerox and HP, one could easily conclude they will soon share boardrooms.
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Protecting Your Data from the Printer Gateway

Most modern printers and copiers are like little computers now-days. This allows them to temporarily or even permanently store data on them.
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Firmware Updates: Putting the OEMs on Notice

Printer firmware updates to lock out existing aftermarket cartridges inside their customers’ printers.
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Firmware Threat Grows More Bold and Vicious

Consumers and the aftermarket are now confronting a very blatant attack from HP.
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Security Printing: new technologies in the printing industry

Security printing does not refer to a separate printing technology but rather to an application or mixture of conventional printing technologies.
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Headlines Questioning Chinese Product Quality Will Continue

If Chinese manufacturers wish to remove themselves as targets they must implement the processes and discipline necessary to achieve consistent quality performance.

Dealing with China: two leaders respond

HYB Toner's president Vincent Chen says trust is key; Apex's CTO Ding Li wants to take you on a field trip
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Strange Bedfellows Make Progress—the Sino-American cartridge industry

The Int’l ITC reached out to its database to ask about the impact of Chinese companies and their products.

Japanese Remanufacturers Survive… and Thrive

The remanufacturing market in Japan continues to be impacted by more severe pressure from the OEMs on one side and from new-build cartridges on the other.

The Imaging Channel is Not Alone in Needing Diversification

Over the last few years, we have all seen extensive M&A activity throughout the imaging channel. Sometimes I think there is more revenue generated by the acquisitions than sales made of print products to end-users.