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Dell launches cloud printing app for Android

Dell has released an Android app that lets users print to network-connected Dell printers, giving the manufacturer a rival to similar cloud-based services from the likes of HP.The company announced the Dell Mobile Print app on Thursday, explaining that it can print directly from other productivity, email, browser, photo and PDF apps.

May 11, 2012 by

Cortado ThinPrint Printer Dashboard

Cortado's ThinPrint Printer Dashboard is a potentially useful cloud application for monitoring the printers on your network. We had a few issues in this review, which hopefully will be addressed in a forthcoming update.

November 14, 2011 by

A Fascinating Look at the State of the Printing Industry

Printing now happens in many places and increasingly is done in-house on a network. That trend, coupled with the impact of the Web on the distribution of information, has taken a toll on Doc's buddies in the commercial printing industry. That's why an article by my friend and excellent writer Cary Sherburne at the Web site What They Think really caught my eye. It's an interview with the Executive VP of Mergers and Acquisitions, Jim Cohen, at Consolidated Graphics (CGX), one of the largest commercial printers in the country.

January 11, 2010

Lexmark releases new laser printers with built-in Draft N Wi-Fi

The days when printers with network connectivity were intended just for the corporate world are quickly coming to a close as more and more manufacturers not only add an Ethernet port to their offerings, but are placing Wi-Fi chips in units as well. Among the rash of new laser printers it's announced this week, Lexmark is introducing the first that support the Draft N spec.

October 23, 2008 by

Vending machines and printers open network threat

As common office items such as printers, vending machines and lifts become more advanced and run embedded operating systems, they could easily create vulnerabilities that are often overlooked by administrators.The warning came from Steve Reddock, technical services manager at Internet Security Systems Australasia (ISS), who was presenting on the first day of the AusCERT 2006 conference in Queensland's Gold Coast.

May 21, 2006 by

Creating a VPN connection

Virtual private network (VPN) connections enable a computer to create a secure, tunneled connection to a remote host. Often, VPN is used to create a connection across the Internet to a private LAN. Computers that establish a VPN connection to a remote LAN can function on the LAN as if they were connected locally to the network. Therefore, a VPN connection enables the computer to access shared resources such as folders and printers and access other servers on the remote network.

January 16, 2005 by

HP releases multifunction copiers

CNET's Patrick Houston takes a look a newly released LaserJet 9055 copier and printer unit HP says easily integrates into a network, reduces costs and improves productivity.

November 20, 2003 by

Dell to sell music players, LCD TVs

The PC maker is preparing to unveil a new consumer-electronics plan under which it will sell two types of devices--a portable music player and a line of LCD TVs--under its brand name for the holidays. Outside of computers, Dell has put its name on only a limited number of product categories, such as printers, network switches, projectors and USB storage devices.

September 23, 2003 by

HP Colour LaserJet 1500L

The HP Colour LaserJet 1500L's low price puts good colour laser printing within the grasp of budget-strapped small offices. But if you need high volume or room to grow, get a more expandable model.

August 14, 2003 by

Novell upgrades technology at BrainShare

Networking-software maker Novell said this week that it would release a public test version of the next upgrade to its directory-services technology, eDirectory. The new version, eDirectory 8.7, will be available April 15. Key features of the upgrade, announced at Novell's annual BrainShare user conference, include new Web-based administration of the system, and expanded support for Web technologies Extensible Markup Language (XML) and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). After eDirectory 8.7 ships, Novell will release an add-on set of services supporting the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration protocol (UDDI). All these protocols are expected to play a key role in emerging Web services. Directories are databases of computer users, their systems and any other network-attached devices, such as printers. They've become more important as internal networks and the Internet have become more complex. Separately, Novell announced an expansion of an alliance with Web software provider BEA Systems that involves an integration of technologies. Novell consulting subsidiary Cambridge Technology Partners has reaped $120 million in revenue from BEA-related services over the past two years, Novell said. --Ben Heskett, Special to ZDNet News

March 20, 2002 by

3Com Wireless Home Gateway

3Com's Home Wireless Gateway is a usable and affordable device for directing data into and out of your network. It also acts as a firewall to help keep hackers at bay.

November 6, 2001 by

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