Printers


  • Channel Best-Sellers: Peripherals
    According to exclusive research by CRN and The NPD Group, here are the Channel Best-Sellers in Multifunction Printers, Color Laser Printers, Document Scanners, PC Projectors, Desktop LCDs and UPSes.
  • Concerns over security issues put vendors and solution providers on the hot seat


    RFID: A Bad Rap?
    As the RFID technology market moves beyond early adopters, vendors and integrators are fielding customer questions about the security of RFID systems.
  • MFPs: Beyond the Hardware Sale
    Since opening its doors in 1974 as a small office-supply store, reseller Cannon IV has managed to evolve its business model to survive three decades of change in the printing and imaging market.
  • Sun Microsystems reorganizes into four business units -- hoping to 'spark' a comeback


    Sun's Rekindled Star
    Matthew Harris has witnessed both prosperous and lean times throughout his 16 years as a Sun Microsystems partner, but he's more optimistic than ever about the vendor's future.
  • Xerox Launches Channel Expansion
    As Xerox looks to expand its channel reach, it will target VARs based more on their competencies and interests than their size, said Anne Mulcahy, CEO of Xerox, at the company's Partner Summit in Orlando, Fla., last month.
  • Slide Show: Color MFPs For Less
    Talk about multitasking: More and more, VARs are using their multifunction printer sales as a springboard for selling document-management and other related solutions.
  • Dell Responsible For 10% Of EMC Accounts Receivable
    EMC said in a financial report that Dell now holds more than 10 percent of its accounts receivable, which at the end of its last quarter stood at $1.7 billion. The only surprise about that figure is that it is not higher, EMC solution providers said.
  • They're baaack! Deploy Windows-based applications for remote access by thin-client PCs using Microsoft Terminal Services to secure and streamline the network.


    Return of the Thin Client
    They're baaack! Deploy Windows-based applications for remote access by thin-client PCs using Microsoft Terminal Services to secure and streamline the network.

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