The information technology landscape has experienced quantum changes in 2015. From IoT to IoE, the shift from SaaS to IaaS and DBaaS. Dell’s acquisition of EMC to continuing mass cybersecurity breaches. (Don’t worry, we’ll define all that alphabet soup shortly.) The last word in today’s business world is that IT is the foundation of doing business. And as such, it’s now very much the realm of the CEO, not just the IT manager, Director of Technology or CIO.
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"File > print.” That’s been the command for decades. The first laser printer was developed in 1938 by American physicist and inventor Chester Carlson – but it’s no longer 1938 and the evolution of printing technology has hatched a new love of print. Today’s printers and copiers can handle everything from high-end publishing to pristine color matching for graphic arts. While some users only need a monthly report printout, most are seeking a printer that goes beyond the green button. Here are three features that set today’s printers apart: