Printers


  • Piling On
    Ubuntu 8.04 and Fedora 9 have made great strides in making desktop Linux more user-friendly and technologically advanced. With OpenSUSE 11, Novell Inc. can match them feature for feature.
  • Gartner: Green IT Needs To Be On Midsize CIOs' Radar Screens
    CIOs got a taste of the technologies and behaviors required to embrace green IT at the Midsize Enterprise Summit Europe 2008 in Barcelona. Going green, according to Gartner, can ultimately cut costs and reduce carbon emissions and power consumption.
  • Dell Shares Are Increasing, But Is It All Good News?
    In the last two weeks, shares of Dell Inc. have increased about 13 percent in advance of the company's first fiscal quarter earnings announcement later today, but the news isn't all good these days for the Round Rock, Texas-based vendor.
  • Xerox Rolls Out Five Printers For SMBs
    Xerox expanded its portfolio of document imaging solutions for the small business and midmarket customer with the release of five new products in the laser printer and MFP spaces.
  • Bake-Off: Eight Color Printers Put Through The Paces
    Of all the major segments in IT, the printer space remains one of the most expansive and competitive. While consolidation in the software and PC spaces has continued apace over the past year, the printer industry is as broad as ever—and choices remain as complex when it comes to color printing.
  • The Many Faces Of Linux
    Nowadays, the Linux user experience is slick, clean, and aesthetically pleasing, thanks to the GNOME and KDE desktop environments. Users can keep the same desktop experience from distribution to distribution.
  • 2008 Channel Champions
    CRN's 18th annual Channel Champions awards affirm what many solution providers already know: Hewlett-Packard Co. is on a roll.

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