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November 26 Update: This began as an HP/Xerox Dance, became an aggressive tango, and now almost fisticuffs. In its November 25 letter to Xerox, HP stated that “…we are not dependent on a Xerox combination” and “We will not let aggressive tactics or hostile gestures distract us…” Where will it all end? Read the full text of Xerox’s Nov. 26 letter. Read More

When you manage office printers and other output devices effectively, you will become more efficient and lower costs. That’s the basic idea behind Managed Print Services (or MPS), which helps businesses run operations more efficiently. By working with an MPS provider, companies can digitize information smoothly, improve their workflow, and in gener... Read More

GreatAmerica Financial Services is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Collabrance, its subsidiary technology company initially formed to help GreatAmerica channel partners be more successful in their business. Collabrance was an unlikely departure from financing but made perfect sense to GreatAmerica as surveys showed their channel partners were k... Read More

Ricoh Company, Ltd., is pleased to announce that it has joined the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), a global coalition dedicated to CSR in global supply chains. The RBA sets out standards in the RBA Code of Conduct to help ensure that, in supply chains, work environments are safe, workers are treated with respect and dignity, and the manufactur... Read More

In Sunday’s letter, HP rejected Xerox’s “intent on forcing a potential combination” by issuing threats. The response was, “We will not let aggressive tactics or hostile gestures distract us…” HP’s response let Xerox know that ‘It’s YOU, not us’ who are responsible for stalling the deal. Then HP provides a long list of reasons why. Click through for... Read More

One of the biggest reasons for the restructuring is due to the losses in sales for its pricey ink and toner cartridges as consumers are turning to third-party suppliers selling products at lower prices.Going forward, HP plans to shift towards profiting from selling high-end hardware and reducing its dependence on selling supplies. Plus it will also... Read More