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Re: Android-Based MFPs & Copiers to the Rescue

Art Post ·
Grant W. That's good stuff, thanx for posting!!
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

Art Post ·
Monte: With Google drive, are you able to see all of your google drive folders at the MFP screen?
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

smithers8 ·
Yes
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

Lou ·
We have used this application and it does work. Take your time thi, it can get tricky.
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

Lou ·
We have used this application and it does work. Take your time tho, it can get tricky.
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

VinceMcHugh ·
Guys, Can you scan to and print from Google Docs \ Drive? What file formats can be printed? Scanned? Thanks, Vince
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

GCBS ·
Originally Posted by Art Post: has anyone been able to test or use this yet? If so thoughts? Yes, I have used this. Obviously it's been a while since this post. What's even better is the way the new devices can scan into OCR from the system and then send to the cloud.
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

Kyocera Guy ·
@ Vince With the new version of Cloud Connect you can now print Google Docs. The first version you could only print PDF jpeg and tiff.
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

Monte ·
I have used this and it works great
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Re: Android-Based MFPs & Copiers to the Rescue

GrantW ·
We are already selling a biometric solution here in the UK that works with PaperCut. I'm pretty sure that it would be easy enough to implement in the US. http://www.papercut.com/kb/Mai...ionwideRetailSystems
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Re: Kyocera takes MFP panel to cloud

Art Post ·
has anyone been able to test or use this yet? If so thoughts?
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Re: Smart Scanning with Scan2Cloud Apps

Czech ·
Hey Art, Good post. I didn't know too much about DocuShare so I'm glad I could read about it. I think Canon products deserve a mention. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE line allows you to directly scan to/print from Google Docs and Microsoft Exchange. This is a free feature. Larger imageRUNNER ADVANCE units allow you to scan directly into Microsoft Word and Powerpoint (again free), and if you add the Universal Send Advance/Security Feature Set you can create PDFs with OCR, annotations and...
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Re: Smart Scanning with Scan2Cloud Apps

Art Post ·
Ricoh will have their ICE version soon, will try to write more on that. I've found over time that most apps from the manufacturers are so so at best and developing a direct relationship with companies like UDOCX and Print Audit is more beneficial to the end user and to the dealer that is selling the solution. Thanx for the comment!!!
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Re: Scan to Cloud Server with NSI?

good luck ·
99% sure the NSI would need to reside on the server being provided by the local IT company.
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Czech ·
From the Ricoh's I've played around with, you can see all of the file names in the document server, but require authentication to print/send the file. Canon's units can have up to 100 mailboxes that can be individually named. Files are then securely stored inside each mailbox so that non-authenticated users cannot see what's inside someone else's mailbox.
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Czech ·
You can scan to Mailboxes (like Ricoh's document server, but better) and an Advanced Box as well (similar to dropbox). Anything else requires additional software.
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Art Post ·
How is scanning the document server pn the Canon better than the Ricoh?
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Czech ·
Hey Art, You can scan to Google Docs (now called Google Drive), Microsoft Exchange, Email, Shared Network, as per a regular imageRUNNER ADVANCE unit. Yes, you can get the booklet finisher on a 4225.
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Re: Canon U.S.A.'s imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 Series Brings Next Generation Platform to Midrange Black-and-White MFP Segment

Art Post ·
A few questions for the Canon experts! Can this system only scan to google docs? Can you get the bookletmaker on the 4225?
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Re: Samsung Electronics Launches Business Core™ Printing Solutions for SMBs

Art Post ·
This sounds pretty nice, is anyone using this yet?
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Re: Samsung Electronics Launches Business Core™ Printing Solutions for SMBs

VinceMcHugh ·
Art, I have worked with and demo'd many of the individual components, and I had heard that Samsung was coming out with a bundle but this is the first I have seen it. The "Secuthru" Lite is a server less follow me printing, pretty cool. The Google Drive (Cloud App) worked pretty well too. Vince
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Re: Canon puts document management in the cloud

VinceMcHugh ·
Art, My Canon TSE tells me that this is only true for Europe. The release of the Cloud based version of Therefore won't happen in the USA till May or June of 2014. Vince
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Re: Toshiba Introduces Cloud Service Offering

Art Post ·
Seems neat, is anyone using this yet? With the recent hacking of cloud services, do you think IT people would want to have this in place, especially with banking, insurance, retail, DOD & PIV?
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Re: Can a Digital Copier Scan to Dropbox?

GrantW ·
Great Post Art. Xerox have a DropBox app available for their new ConnectKey devices but the user has to buy a scanpack which cover X number of scans and has a 12 month shelf-life. The advantages of having it on the MFD as an App is that any user (e.g. at a college) can log in to their DropBox account and print or scan to / from their own account securely. We've been doing the same as you and circumventing the charge or need for an app by pointing the scan to a DropBox folder on a desktop.
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Re: Canon C350iF Question about Cloud Enabled

Czech ·
Hey Art, I believe this refers to their "Google Docs" function which allows you to access your Google Drive. We have a 350iF in our showroom and I don't see any cloud-based applications embedded in the interface. Most of Canon's document management solutions are server-based.
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Re: Canon C350iF Question about Cloud Enabled

Art Post ·
hmmmmm
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Re: Canon C350iF Question about Cloud Enabled

NC_ACC ·
Canon has just changed their cloud enabled service. For several years now, Canon allowed acces to Google Drive and Sharepoint by simply entering a PIN to enable. Two months ago Canon annouced that to broaden thier cloud connect offering, a web interface module would have to be purchased for each ADVANCED unit to connect, moving forward. Thus, the PIN no longer allows access from all the legfacy units in the field. Canon has offered free web interface kits to all units currently in the field.
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Re: Ricoh Print Cloud

Calums ·
more info please
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Re: Ricoh Print Cloud

VinceMcHugh ·
Art, Can you add users? What is the cost to add a user? Vince
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mindSHIFT opens new data center to support customers' complex IT and cloud demands

Art Post ·
STERLING, Va. , May 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc ., a Ricoh company, today announced the opening of a new, state-of-the-art data center in Commack, N.Y. This highly anticipated facility provides added infrastructure to support customers' needs, and embraces the company's ongoing commitment to help protect the environment, leveraging energy-efficient cooling units and implementing a hydro power program. In addition to its enhanced sustainability benefits, mindSHIFT's...
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Re: Océ South Africa introduces new cloud integrated PlotWave monochrome printing systems

Art Post ·
I heard that the difference between the 340 and 360 is something like a chip or firmware update that needs to be purchased from OCE. Thus you are buying a 4 page per system and the chip or firmware increases the speed to 6ppm. Is this correct>
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

jswinberlin ·
I can't say that I agree that scan to email or folder are dying in my experience. Scanning to Office 365 should only require a special connector configuration in the hub transport layer. Like traditional scan to email or folder the first time is difficult and it doesn't seem like it's worth the effort but in time it should become more simple. "Scan to Cloud" seems to be a vague term as most people who are looking for a solution like this may be referring to scanning to their application...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Iris ·
Originally Posted by jswinberlin: (...) Some lines of business applications are really nice and provide configuration of "hot folders" which not only upload documents but delete them from the original folder. I'd love to see more services offer this feature. (...) Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately), I've yet to find a solution that meets the needs of even 30% of our customers like scan to email and scan to folder which by nature are very flexible in their simplicity. I'd love to hear...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Art Post ·
JS: ok, maybe I shouldn't have used "dying", let me say that users are looking for more options than scan2email or scan2folder. Most I talk wish there were more options that would save them time. I agree, mist want to scan back to their business line of software. Thanx for the comment!!
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

txeagle24 ·
Ricoh would try to charge for this. In my opinion, this should be included as a firmware update that brings additional value to the client & potentially helps Ricoh and its dealers capture more prints from mobile devices. I do like the idea of Ricoh starting to offer additional features via firmware installation (chargeable or not). If they truly want to be a Services-led organization, we should be able to add features like this or OCR to products across the line. It's ridiculous that if...
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

Art Post ·
Originally Posted by txeagle24: It's ridiculous that if we have a client with a new MP C3003-C6003 series machine they can get the OCR kit, but if they have monochrome devices in the MP 4002/5002 series or MP 6002-9002 they have to wait for the next generation of equipment to get that basic functionality. Awesome point on the OCR. The MP4002 & MP5002 are long in the tooth and needs to be replaced ASAP!
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

txeagle24 ·
They don't need to replaced. They are great boxes but need to be made current by making them compatible with new features like OCR & Smart Operations Panel. Update them using firmware. Imagine how much more money Ricoh could make if they only updated monochrome systems half as often (no need to manufacture a new design) but provided new features via firmware update & potential add-ons. Color is presently a different story since the quality keeps improving but not for long.
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

Art Post ·
k, and the day will come soon, when only color systems are offered. I'm not holding my breath on Ricoh just updating the MP4002/5002. Yes, would be much easier for us and dealers to keep the same engine and just add additional features.
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

txeagle24 ·
They won't just update it; I'm just stating my opinion. I predict the next version will feature a single-pass feeder and the additional features. The day may come when a manufacturer only offers color systems, but I hope Ricoh isn't the first one. Whoever that is will lose a lot for several years due to customer resistance unless there are multiple billing tiers in which low coverage is billed at the same rate as mono & higher coverage rates can be completely disabled to overcome...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

big g ·
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

cmica ·
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Iris ·
Hello Gordon, One of the advantages of the cloud is that you can easily make the same solutions available all around the globe. So yes, Udocx is available in Australia. We will reply to your email shortly.
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Czech ·
Art, Interesting read! Here's a little "trick" I figured out. Setting up Cloud Scanning is very easy and can be without any additional software if the cloud storage offers a folder on your PC. For example, Dropbox and Google Drive when installed place "drag and drop" folders on your desktop. You can then set up a small workflow for scanning to the cloud by registering a Scan To Shared Folder and set the Dropbox or Google Drive folder as your destination. Your scanned document will...
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Re: The Future of Scanning for MFP's aka Copiers is in the Cloud

Art Post ·
Czech Thanx for the reply, you have been scanning to a single folder on dropbox for years and recently added google drive on the 5 year old MFP we used in the sales area. You could set up multiple "buttons" on the MFP for additional folders.
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