IT industry giants Xerox and Cisco have flagged their intent to form an alliance that will offer Xerox's managed print and cloud IT outsourcing services over Cisco network infrastructure.
As the onslaught of MDM solutions evolve, new players are popping up in the marketplace, too. This time it is Xerox, with a new cloud service designed to provide companies big or small with a way to get their arms around mobile device management woes.
Unified communications and network infrastructure distributor Westcon Group announced that its Cisco-focused Comstor business practice has signed an exclusive deal with Presidio to allow channel partners access to new Cisco-powered, cloud-driven managed services.
I got a Xerox WorkCenter-Pro 215 as a gift. It's a nice copier and it prints fine in Windows XP. I can't get it to work on my Mandriva 10 machine.
It reports as Xerox WorkCenter Pro PCL, with a driver for a model 133.
It doesn't print though. I've tried Xerox tech support - they couldn't help me.
I've tried all avilable drivers - none would do any good.
I don't work with macs much, even called up a friend who runs a business maintaining macs for other businesses, he was stumped.
Have an older Xerox 4500N printer connected to the network. The mac computers on the network cannot find the Xerox. Every Windows machine sees the Xerox. Every Windows machine can ping the ip address of the Xerox.
Cisco has announced its intentions to acquire Meraki Inc, a company involved in cloud networking, with offices in San Francisco, New York, London, and Mexico.
Cisco believes that the acquisition of Meraki will complement its strategy to offer more software-centric solutions to simplify network management, help customers empower mobile workforces, and generate new revenue opportunities for partn