Printers


  • 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.
  • Printing and Imaging Solutions - New Ways to Leverage Managed Services
    Delivering managed services to PCs, servers, storage, and network devices helps ensure account retention and build customer loyalty - so why not take the same approach with printers? Print managed services allow Solution Providers to monitor and manage customer print devices, make sure they work properly, and help customers gain more insight into their printing habits which helps increase efficiency and reduce costs.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: Color Laser Printers
    Hewlett-Packard Co. continued its domination in the color printing segment, with Xerox Corp., Lexmark International Inc., Oki Data Americas Inc. and Ricoh Corp. in the mix as well.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: Desktop Computers
    CEO Mark Hurd and Co. continue to make the right channel moves at Hewlett-Packard Co.. The computing giant has carved out distribution revenue share growth by U.S. dollar volume in desktop computers yet againHP gained a healthy 7.1 percent in channel sales share year-on-year.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: Desktop Computers
    CEO Mark Hurd and Co. continue to make the right channel moves at Hewlett-Packard Co.. The computing giant has carved out distribution revenue share growth by U.S. dollar volume in desktop computers yet againHP gained a healthy 7.1 percent in channel sales share year-on-year.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: Multifunction Printers
    Service and quality products kept longtime favorite Hewlett Packard Co. at the top of the multifunction printer category once again, but Lexmark International Inc. and Xerox Corp. gained some ground.
  • The New Network
    Cisco CEO John Chambers on how Web 2.0 and software-as-a-service will propel the network to the forefront of the IT industry.
  • Channel Best-Sellers
    Which products and vendors keep solution providers raking in steady sales streams? ChannelWeb teamed up with The NPD Group to find out.

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