You should be able to set it up as a direct scan to folder. Just put in the path to shared google drive folder that is located on a pc. You can then scan to that folder only. Using ICE you would be able to see all of the folders that are in Google Drive.
Art is correct. Like Dropbox or OneDrive, you can scan to a folder in the user directory that is linked to the cloud account. ICE allows you to scan to the cloud without having the PC in the middle and allows users to have access to any cloud account, not just the one on a PC. The workaround described would require the cloud app folder to be installed on the PC therefore any user would need to have a PC with said cloud app running on it.
The rest of the article is very interesting: As a result of the impact of the US-China trade war , the Japanese company has opted to move its production line out of the country in order to help reduce costs. As The Epoch Times reports , on 5 January 2019 Ricoh revealed that it would be relocating its printer production facilities from Shanghai and Shenzhen to a factory in Thailand, hoping to “restart production” there within two months. The reason for the move, given by an anonymous...
Another major advantage is the availability of all PaperLocks (and other hardware accessories) that were already developed for Ricoh's A3 line. Please check https://www.solutionconfigurator.com/#b/37/m/946 & https://www.copiersolutionshop.com/
packaging, floor and wall coverings as well as textiles. Now these are mostly done using analog methods. This stuff is moving to digital look at the digital printing devices coming from HP, efi, and a bunch of people that were not part of the group selling printers to offices.
My understanding is they have eliminated the Classic Applications which I think is a terrible idea since so many of my customers are upgrading existing Ricoh machines. I like to make things as simple as possible and quite honestly customer's don't need all the extra fluff being thrown at them.
In Europe they will certainly use the 'old' numbers again, but now with IM (Intelligent Multifunctional) in front of it. Probably the same in the US. Locks and Solutions are already available for these machines.
odd, this is the url for Ricoh Aficio League config https://ricohconfigurator.com/ nothing there for the new IMC series. Yet when you go here https://ricohconfigurator.com/...model=IM_C3000_C3500 the new IMC series is available
Slight correction...both the IM 430F and the IM 430Fb are 43 ppm. Additional info...the 430F (SP 501) has a Service Maintenance platform while the 430Fb (SP 502) has a User Maintenance platform. The SP 510 and SP 502 are printer only versions of their respective MFP's. As far as I know, the SP's and the IM 350 (350F without a standard fax) have not been launched yet. It is interesting to note that the service training does not reference the MP 301SPF or the MP 402SPF at all. The new IM units...
Those were good times indeed. Big commissions and big points on the Ricoh credit card to boot. Very short lived though. I was doing one or two wide formats a month in addition to all of the mid-volume color machines that customers were buying. By 2008 it was over and the wide format market has never recovered. In the past 12 months I've sold 4 wide formats and only one was a brand new unit.
I agree with you, by 2008 the big Aficio points and the big commissions were gone. All of the other manufacturers caught up with the technology. In addition Ricoh rested on their laurels with the 240W and waited way to long to bring an upgrade to the market place. I average about 1.5 new wide formats per month, GP is significantly down, but it's now a decent revenue generator. The Ricoh MP W6700SP is now three years old and needs a refresh. What does Ricoh have in the works?
Well, it was not something that was unexpected. I mentioned this a few years ago in one of my annual copier predictions. Not that Ricoh would buy DocuWare but rather major copier vendors would acquire document management companies. Here's the link: 1. With Print Audit leading the charge with the purchase of NeoStream, the market is ripe for the likes of Ricoh, KonicaMinolta, Canon and Kyocera to acquire document management software companies. Own the digital documents.
Unreal! I had to have this talk with a rep the other day. This girl sees the positive in everything and is about as happy go lucky as anyone I've ever met. She didn't believe me that buyers are liars. She got strung along with a customer that was going to lunch with her, having a glass of wine in the evening with her, all the while telling her she would have an order soon. She stopped by her office and there was a brand new machine sitting there and it had been there for a couple weeks.
That's awful Art. I'm sure many of us can relate to that story in one way or another. This was a first for me; I was working a new account for over a year, they were completely unorganized and had no handle on the printing/copying expenses throughout the country. The whole time my contact was telling me that we were going to get the business and that I've shown him that his account was mismanaged. Then the infamous "ghosting" occurred, no calls back, no responses to e-mail. Then at 10pm one...
Preach! Oh how about this one: when the net - new prospect speaks horribly about their current vendor, how bad their service is, and how much they want to move to someone else. You provide a fantastic proposal, they tell you how great it is, and thats when the crickets begin. You find out a couple weeks later when you finally get them on the phone that they decided to stay with their current vendor, because of one of the following reasons: 1. They didnt want to upset the status quo 2. All of...
One of my large medical accounts contacted me about this one. They were totally freaked out over this potential threat even though they had no machines in their fleet with the vulnerability. Meanwhile you could walk to almost any fax machine in any of their locations and grab patient info from the fax trays.
Here's another tidbit for you. Did you also know Ricoh has a driver editor for PCL drivers to set things like access via user codes. You can actually have a popup that asks the PC user for a user code before the print job is sent on to the printer. Sort of a poor man's Equitrac.
Rick, have you had success with the PCL Editor? I have tried it in the past and it seeemed unstable. I wanted to customize a driver for the pop-up and default to black & white. It worked. However, when I tried to install on mutiple clients it didn't work and it seemed to be user profile specific so if someone else logged onto the computer with their AD credentials it wasn't customized for them.
So are you saying as a customer you wouldn't expect to be able to go to a manufactures website and locate a dealer? Am I supposed to go find the product I want then go someplace else to find where to buy it.
No I'm not. In the case of Formax, you would call them and they would give you the name of the Authorized Dealer and I'm assuming it would be the same case with Muratec since there are no dealer locators on their web sites. Is there really a need to have 6-8 dealers covering the same geo area along with the Direct channel. Here's an example, in my territory in which we are Authorized I can't remember the last time I received a lead. Some of the manufacturers sights are slanted to delivering...
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