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The Meaning of the Term “Copy”

Although copiers specialized in copying services, primarily copying important pages or documents made out of paper, the term is often interchangeable with an original copy of a work. According to CS Monitor, tax papers may be original or copied from … Continue reading

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Dropbox = the Virtual Copy Machine?

Although copy machines are very important even in this day and age, the digital age is following their model in many ways through the use of the cloud, Internet and broadband communications. This was really highlighted in this piece EETimes … Continue reading

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Recycling Events May Be a Great Way to Find Still Usable Copiers

If you are shopping for a copier today and do not need a brand new device for your business, going to recycling centers or digging around the trash near office centers and corporate business centers may be an option to … Continue reading

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Hiring an Intern to Run Your Copy Machines? Think Again

While browsing copier news I ran into an interesting feature that is worthy of a topic of its own. It is called “Are You Ready for an Intern this Summer” and comes from FastCompany. The article makes specific mention how … Continue reading

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Moving a Small Business’s Location? Read On…

If you own a small business and are moving its headquarters from one location to the next, then you should read on because Small Business Computing has some tips for you. According to Small Business Computing,”proper planning saves you time … Continue reading

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Do Cloud Storage Services Threaten Copy Machines?

I’ve previously touched upon the subject of tablets, such as the iPad, offering some competition among enterprises in using digital over paper presentations — thus eliminating some need for copying paper, although not replacing it. However, another technology also exists … Continue reading

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Macworld Compares 4 Printers

Recently, Macworld has tested four printers and compared their results against one another. The printers from best to worst include the Epson Stylus Photo R2880, Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II, and the Epson Stylus Photo 1400, Canon Pixma iX7000. According … Continue reading

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Business Copy Shops Still Going

In the age of the iPad and other digital devices, it seems like the need of a copy machine is diminishing in the office. Employees can simply show their presentations digitally via e-mail or using a tablet as a hand-carryable … Continue reading

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Feature: Will 3D Printers Replace the Need for Copiers?

A profound and important technology is emerging as the premiere copying technology of tomorrow. This technology is known as 3D printing. What 3D printing consists of is the ability to replicate physical objects through the use of recycling matter in … Continue reading

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Sri Lanka gets the World’s First Digital Multi-Funcion (Erase Images/Texts from Prints) Copier

Copiers continue to advance into the digital age with new features and functions added over time. There is now a multi-function digital copier available that can erase images and text from actual prints. According to the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation: … Continue reading

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