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Here are the condensed news highlights from April 11-15.
Impact Networking, a leading managed service provider (MSP), announced that the company now offers unlimited 24/7 live-answer service desk support for its clients.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. unveiled the results of a new survey, “Canon’s Fluorescent Color Impact Study”.
ConnectWise announced the release of its 2022 ConnectWise MSP Threat Report.
Sharp announced a new line of color workgroup document systems.
Epson announced its PrecisionCore Heat-Free Technology, the core technology powering the new WorkForce Pro WF-C4810 Color MFP.
Getty Images announced a partnership with Epson to provide professional photo scanners and technical training to winners of the Getty Images Photo Archive Grants.
Kaseya and Datto announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for Kaseya to acquire Datto.
Ricoh Company, Ltd. announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in its Magic Quadrant for Outsourced Digital Workplace Services.
Square 9 Softworks announced the latest release of their GlobalForms web forms design platform.
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