Printers


  • HP Selling Fewer Printers, And Loving It
    HP is selling fewer printers, but still holding onto its printer installed base and selling more supplies, a situation which suits the company just fine. For now, at least.
  • It Ain't Heavy, It's A Brother
    For a variety of reasons, multifunction printers (MFPs) are continuing to see nice strength in the market as system and IT consolidation continue unabated. All-in-ones, as they are also known, offer small and midsize offices the features of multiple devices, but with a relatively smaller footprint and price. They can let SMBs attain the same consolidation benefits, in many cases, as larger enterprises if on a smaller scale.
  • Following are 18 pages with detailed information on the winners--and losers--in each of the ARC categories. from Client and Server Processors to Workgroup Color Printers, here's the skinny.


    What's The Score?
    Following are 18 pages with detailed information on the winners--and losers--in each of the ARC categories. from Client and Server Processors to Workgroup Color Printers, here's the skinny.
  • How To Find Customers
    VARs are deploying many different strategies to actively expand their customer bases.
  • Novell's OpenSUSE Version 11 is definitely stacked--maybe too much so for some


    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.

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