The Key Point Blog


Anne Valaitis

Compact devices for home and office

Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. announced the introduction of two new scanner models: the iX1600 and the iX1400, which are part of the ScanSnap series of products. This blog explores their main features and functions.



Jamie Bsales

Cloud-centric infrastructure and support for Windows applications widen its appeal

Konica Minolta’s Workplace Hub “edge” infrastructure computing appliance combines a blade server and essential shared network services with 24/7 remote monitoring and tech support. This blog explores how the Workplace Hub can help those working remote, in the office, or split across both locations.



John Shane & Kaitlin Shaw

Company looks to meet the high demand of printing from home during pandemic

HP recently announced its new HP+ offering, which has expanded its Instant Ink subscription service to include toner. This blog explores this expansion.



Anne Valaitis

Bringing value during COVID-19 for the office and home

On November 10, Epson announced a refresh of several desktop workgroup scanners as well as a new network connected scanner. This blog explores the details of these devices.



Jamie Bsales

Several Offerings Deliver Features Tailored to Remote Workers and the “New Normal” of Business

HP introduced several products and initiatives at its annual global partner event focused on remote working. This blog explores some of the items announced.



Kris Alvarez

Late September 2020 Release through Authorized BusinessFirst Resellers

At an October 2019 dealer event, Epson announced the release of its WorkForce Enterprise business inkjet portfolio for office printing. This blog explores the devices slated to be released in September 2020.



German Sacristan

New Color Digital Presses Offer Image Quality and Productivity Enhancements

According to Keypoint Intelligence’s most recent US Production Printing Market Forecast, placements of this color segment are expected to rise from 960 in 2019 to 1,261 in 2024, demonstrating a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.6%.



Lee Davis

Saying Goodbye to On-Premises Print Servers and Print Drivers for Good

In many workflows, cloud-based technology is replacing the need for print while, at the same time, cloud technology makes print more secure and convenient to use. This blog explores Microsoft’s new cloud-based print management solution: Microsoft Universal Print.



Deborah Hawkins

Transforming the Way HP Does Business with Its Partners

On July 15, HP announced its new channel partner program Amplify that will replace the previous PartnerFirst program as of November 1, 2020. It is a global offering that will become more rewarding for partners.



German Sacristan & Eve Padula

The Commitment to Close the Gap between Analog and Digital Continues

On July 15, 2020, Canon announced the launch of its new ProStream 1800 continuous feed printer, the latest model in the ProStream 1000 series. This introduction represents Canon’s most recent effort to shift more print volumes from analog to digital.