by Sarah Custer
If you’re like me, you hate the idea of waste. Whether it’s money, resources or time, it’s a shame to throw something valuable down the drain. Many pride themselves on running their homes and businesses with as little waste as possible.
CES 2018 wrapped after dazzling the world with a glimpse into the future. More than 3,900 exhibitors showcased world-changing technologies that spanned more than 2.75 million net square feet of exhibit space across Las Vegas – the largest show floor in CES’ 51-year history. There were 860,732 tweets about CES 2018 and 450,554 uses of the #CES2018 hashtag. From major international brands to the more than 900 startups participating in Eureka Park (home for CES startups) CES 2018 truly reflected the vibrant global tech industry. Read more.
by Greg Walters
What does "scan once, print many" mean? Anyone? Bueller ... ? Back in the good old days of analog copiers, pagers and dinosaurs, the scanner on copiers needed to take a “picture” for every copy made: When 10 copies were requested, the scanner moved across the original 10 times. You can imagine how this added to the wear and tear of a device and repeated, on-site service.
by Henning Volkmer
When analyzing your business process, how much consideration do you give to your print environment? Much like all areas of business, print management has evolved over the last few years, with more options to simplify and increase productivity and cost-savings within an organization.
by Patricia Ames
Andrew Copley is president of Graphic Communications Solutions at Xerox Technology, and an expert in graphic communications, in-plant and production print environments. With more than years in the graphic communications industry, he started his career in the UK as a field sales representative and progressed through sales management, marketing leadership, strategic planning and operations positions into senior general management roles. Today he is responsible for the worldwide strategy, operations, product development, marketing, sales and support of the Xerox High-End Technology portfolio.
by Steve Luke
We are exposed to forms and documents almost every day of our life, and to many of us they all look the same. Most of us think a form is a form or a document is a document. But the facts tell a different story. Judging a form software solution at a glance can be a huge mistake. It’s like judging a book by its cover or seeing someone on the street and making assumptions that they are rich or poor, very intelligent or friendly. Everyone knows you must get to know them before you learn the truth about them. Are they nice? Are they friendly? Are they powerful?
by Greg and Debra Buschman
There is a misconception that millennials are oversensitive, lazy and uncommitted. Instead, I will show how they are passionate, hard workers and are dedicated to social causes. A 2007 titled “Generational Differences in Leader Values and Leadership Behaviors” set out to separate the myth from reality and how the generational differences affect the workplace. The study showed that millennials make learning a priority and find happiness in their families.1 While millennials may not be as independent as GenXers, they are full of confidence and sensitive.2 Leuenberger and Klüver found that the younger generations desire more frequent feedback than what is provided in annual evaluations. Executive leaders through mentoring managers should select senior employees who are trained to provide the desired feedback.3
by Jannes du Plooy
Just because you sell it does not mean it is not extinct! About five years ago, I was helping my then-teenage son search through websites of cable wakeboard parks in the United Kingdom. Interesting was that two of the parks had the following next to “fax” on their contact information: