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From managed print services, document security, digital signage and environmental efficiency, our thought leaders touch upon current issues, methods and trends.

BARCODE LABELS KEEP TRACK OF E-COMMERCE

As you may probably surmise, the average warehouse and distribution centers (DCs) use a massive number of labels in a year’s time. Eighteen billion printed labels were required to support the more than 1.2 billion smartphones sold annually, according to global market research firm, Technavio. Read More

Toshiba service technician cleaning a thermal barcode printer using the IPA cleaning pen.

Spring often prompts a frenzy of cleaning, so why not include your Toshiba thermal printers? Our thermal printers are manufactured to provide the sharpest image possible, and in order to maintain the best quality image regular preventative maintenance must be performed. The usage rate and external environment are the key factors in how often your printer should be cleaned.

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Imagine the collective weight of nearly 11,000 NFL players; that’s how much e-waste was kept out of U.S. landfills by Toshiba America Business Solutions in the past decade.

Most of this recycled e-waste (electronic waste) was from empty toner cartridges, and last year marked the highest amount of e-waste Toshiba has recycled in a given calendar year – an exciting fact considering Earth Day is coming up on April 22.

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How Digital Transformation Can Help Enhance Your Business

According to The Enterprisers Project, digital transformation refers to the “integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how you operate and deliver value to customers”. A recent article from Pulse Check: SMBs and Digital Transformation reveals about three-quarters of small and medium-sized business (SMB) decision-makers agree that digital technology is impacting their businesses and industries. Read More

Secure File Exchange

As technology advances, potential threats to digital devices and information are on the rise. While most businesses take measures to protect their networks and computers, too many overlook the potential vulnerabilities from everyday use of printers and imaging devices. Unsecured printers and MFPs provide a gateway for hackers to penetrate corporate networks and steal valuable, confidential business information. In 2017 alone, hackers highjacked more than 150,000 office and receipt printers. Read More