- Office Tech Update. Kronemyer, Bob // Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2003, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p33
Focuses on the innovation in office design and technology in Indiana. Security features of wireless technology; Impact of the trend in multifunctional devices on fax use; Increase in productivity and cost reductions by consolidating functions into one machine.
- More hot high-tech gadgets heading for small businesses. Rosenzweig, Stan // Westchester County Business Journal;10/28/96, Vol. 35 Issue 44, p18
Looks at high-tech gadgets which have very practical business applications. Includes fax machine; Color computer printers; Electronic video conferencing; Photocopiers; E-mail; Automated dictation.
- Offices go digital and portable. Pepper, Jon // Nation's Business;Feb93, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p45
Features multifunction devices which include printing and copying capabilities for small firms. Advantages of multifunction products over stand-alone peripherals; Okidata DOC IT; BIS Strategic Decisions survey; Percentage of people who would buy a multifunction device instead of a new...
- High tech `toys' cut business costs. Frink, Sharon // New Mexico Business Journal;Nov93, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p33
Features high technology equipment to streamline office operations. Wizard by Sharp; FaxMe fax cartridge; Notebook computers; Compact disc, read only memory (CD-ROM); Security devices; Biometrics technology; Sub-ambient Exposure Computer Utilized reflecting Energy (SECURE); Self-contained...
- Office products: A high-tech industry speeds ahead. Gressett, Kathryn // Business Press;1/27/95, Vol. 7 Issue 39, p15
Presents information on the office products industry and how the growth in technology has made it into having more choices and having more competitive market prices.
- Digital quality and speed, with traditional applications. Master, Rachel S. // Business Press;1/27/95, Vol. 7 Issue 39, p15
Reports on a surge in multifunctional products as a result of and office going digital. Driven by a combination of evolving technology with traditional applications; Who move was driven by; Digital copier from Savin Corporation; Other corporations going digital; Comments from Mark Pollack...
- For the leaner and meaner. Pepper, Jon // Nation's Business;Apr95, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p46
Presents money- and time-saving devices in the office equipment marketplace. Line up of computer system and software; PC notebooks for a mobile office; Products for office communications; Computer imaging.
- Office of the future? Popp, Alfred J. // BusinessWest;Feb95, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p27
Forecasts technological innovations on office equipment. Advantages offered by developed computer chips to office computers; Increase in the popularity of CD-ROMs; Fast data movement and access functions as the most prominent features of future equipment.
- Mobile office gets industry attention. Blake, Laura // Grand Rapids Business Journal;3/13/95, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p7
Introduces the Haworth's Steamer, a mobile office designed as a quasi-temporary installation for home-office, transient or temporary workers. Display of prototype at the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, Van Andel Museum Center in Michigan; Similarities with other flexible-office products on the...
- Digital technology helps get rid of the paper in the modern office. Cortes, Jose // Caribbean Business;4/14/1994, Vol. 22 Issue 15, p34
Reports on the advantages of using digital technology in the office. Elimination of unnecessary paper; Use of the fax machine; Electronic agenda; Exchange of information with people in and out of the office; Functions of the scanner; Problems with scanners.