The Key Point Blog

02/09/2022

Deborah Hawkins

Call for sustainable action expands

Keypoint Intelligence recently wrapped up testing of the third generation of Ricoh’s GreenLine devices, which are the first remanufactured devices to achieve ENERGY STAR qualification.

Read

02/03/2022

Peter Mayhew

A new voice for supplies and office technology at Keypoint Intelligence

In this introductory blog, Peter Mayhew introduces himself as Keypoint Intelligence's Principle Analyst for our Communication Supplies Advisory Service. He looks back at his past career and the power of change.

Read

02/02/2022

Carl Doty

How macroeconomic headwinds will drive volatility in business technology this year

In this blog, VP and Chief Analyst Carl Doty explores the top five drivers he believes is necessary for a recalibration of modern technology.

Read

01/31/2022

Keypoint Intelligence

Solutions include localizing the supply chain and simplifying product design

Intercontinental supply chains rely on logistical arrangements that make them vulnerable to more potential threats than simple domestic ones. This infographic explores the top eight ways vendors can move past supply chain issues.

Read

01/31/2022

German Sacristan

Inkjet and electroinks stop paper from being recycled

Deinking is a process that some paper mills use to separate the ink from the paper so it can be reused, but can some leftover ink really render the material unable to be recycled?

Read

01/28/2022

Mark DiMattei

It’s 2022: Do you know where your data’s been?

This blog discusses the National Cybersecurity Alliance’s Data Privacy Week and provides general ideas on how businesses can better utilize client data ethically.

Read

01/27/2022

Keypoint Intelligence

…And looking forward to retirement

In this blog, Keypoint Intelligence's Director for the Communication Supplies Consulting Service John Shane reflects on his career before his retirement.

Read

01/25/2022

Lee Davis

Shortages and delays are a problem, but the industry should meet demand

While many businesses are utilizing scanners for their hybrid offices, supply chain delays and semiconductor shortages have made producing more devices difficult. This blog explores the document scanner supply chain dilemma and how OEMs and vendors can meet demand.

Read

01/25/2022

Jamie Bsales

Supply chain woes shed light on a problem 30 years in the making

The issue of offshoring semiconductor manufacturing to Asia-Pacific has been growing for years. This blog explores the dangers of centralizing chip production to one location as well as the steps taken to rectify the problem.

Read

01/17/2022

Lee Davis

Scanner revenue and scanner shipments are up

According to Keypoint Intelligence’s recent forecasts, overall placements were flat, overall revenues fell, but placements grew. This blog takes a look at how scanners changed over the last year.

Read