News slowing down

Must have been an early rush of news this week as people got ready for their Labor Day vacations. Me, I'm taking my vacation in the middle of Sept, right when things start picking up again. Next year, I'm schedulign it for Aug. Anyway,…

Thanks and keep up the support

Hey, if you're here, thanks for comin' here and reading my Blog. And please feel free and even pressured to contribute. I'd like to see what someone else has to say and I'm sure others would too. Heck, I've got a newlsetter and write for…

IBM Acquires Venetica

How about that IBM. Goes out and acquires Venetica just ripping another OEM off the market. It's very similar to what they did with Tarian a couple years ago. Tarian was all set to provide records management capabilities to all the document…

Pegasus Imaging

Had an interesting converstion with Jack Berlin, president of Pegasus Imaging the company that is buying TMSSequoia (see previous post.) I'll have a complete story on that interview in the next issue of DIR. But, briefly I wanted to note…

TMS

Sorry I haven't been here for awhile. Been busy getting next week's newsletter out. The this just in section includes a brief piece on the liquidation of TMS Sequoia Here's RRI EVP Chris Thompson's thoughts, "TMS was the very first company…

Wow, talk about a ton

Wow, talk about a ton of press releases for the middle of summer. We just posted like 8 more on the home page. Nothing too great: TiS landed another high-end deal in a foreign country. Fujitsu came out with a new scanner. Open Text acquired…

All Things Storage

Just posted a number of press releases on our Web site. The most interesting of which is probably Sony's release of AIT-4. AIT is Sony's inexpensive tape storage that is now on its third generation of WORM capabilities. When you couple the…

eCopy Rumors

In the latest issue of The MFP Report Editor Brian Bissett mentions that digital copier scanning application specialist eCopy might be courting new hardware vendors. eCopy, the former Simplify, has worked almost exclusively with Canon to…

Color Document Imaging

Here we ago again. This is a subject that has almost become hackneyed, strike the almost, in recent years. When will users adopt color document imaging en masse. Hasn't happened yet. Color scanners and front office imaging adoption…

Remember InterTech?

Here's a story about another document imaging vendor being acquired by a medical records company. Just more evidence of how HIPAA has been driving the adoption of imaging in medical records applications-probably the hottest vertical…