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Kyocera MyQ Version 4.4 - Whitepaper

1. MyQ Functionality Overview

1.1. MyQ System Introduction

1.1.1. Complete solution for printing services

The main objective of the MyQ system is to offer universal tool providing all services related to print, copy and
scan in one package. Flexibility of MyQ system allows the customer to use only functions he/she currently needs
and expend it easily any time in the future if required.

1.1.2. Easy installation and management

Integration of all monitoring and printing functions into a single unified system results in an easy and intuitive
operation with minimal requirements for installation and system administration.

1.1.3. High compatibility

To fulfill the real market requirements, MyQ assures the most possible level of compatibility in all three related
topics IT environment, device equipment and ID technology.

  • Support for Citrix or MS Terminal Server environments
  • Support for MS Cluster (also possible to use the built-in MyQ Easy Cluster)
  • Printing from Windows, Linux and MAC OS plus support of AS400 or SAP
  • More than 1600 supported print/copy devices from more than 25 vendors
  • Nearly 20 technologies for user identification supported in standard, easy customization enables to connect almost every reader available on the market

KYOCERA Document Solutions America Introduces Two New Breakthrough Color TASKalfa Multifunctional Products for High-Volume Document Environments

FAIRFIELD, N.J. – December 4, 2013–KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, today strengthened its award-winning TASKalfa lineup by launching two robust color multifunctional products (MFPs). The TASKalfa 7551ci and the TASKalfa 6551ci promise to streamline document workflows, simplify daily tasks, and maximize efficiency by employing the hallmarks of the TASKalfa brand: breakthrough technology, user-friendly features, and seamless compatibility with critical business applications.

“The TASKalfa 7551ci and TASKalfa 6551ci are no-nonsense workhorses,” said Danielle Wolowitz, director, product marketing at KYOCERA Document Solutions America. “Both of these devices take MFP capabilities to the next level. They output large print runs at blazing speeds—with colors and details that bring a professional touch to any company materials. They can also scan and digitize hundreds of documents quickly and easily. And like all TASKalfa MFPs, they integrate with Kyocera’s business applications. That means users can send their critical documents to the cloud, to document management systems, or other critical business systems without compromising any existing security protocols.”

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The company is the partner of choice for leading businesses around the world and when it comes to Capgemini’s own technology requirements the company requires collaboration, agility and a competitive approach from its partners.

Eddie Ginja, UK Head of Infrastructure Management, Capgemini said: ”I run our UK internal IT services estate covering 5 sites throughout the UK and although we are very knowledgeable about Managed Print Services having been through the first generation we wanted to see where the major players were taking their solutions. Having worked with the market leaders for many years we knew that they simply couldn’t meet our current requirements. We weren’t initially aware of KYOCERA, however we’d been speaking to Gartner and saw a case study on ECOSYS technology which piqued our interest. We did our research on KYOCERA and found out that the company had won lots of awards while the innovative ceramic technology behind KYOCERA printers was intriguing and it soon became a clear that KYOCERA had some key differentiators.”

KYOCERA outlined its Managed Document Services offering, which is an IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL)-aligned, environmentally friendly yet cost-saving approach which has won the MPSA’s Best Practice Global Leadership Award 2012. KYOCERA’s approach focuses on Managed Document Solutions (MDS) rather than Managed Print “We did our research on KYOCERA and found out that the company had won lots of awards while the innovative ceramic technology behind KYOCERA printers was intriguing and it soon became a clear that KYOCERA had some key differentiators.”

Overall Efficiency, Professional Finishing and Exceptional Document Output Define the New KYOCERA TASKalfa Series of Black and White MFPs

FAIRFIELD, N.J. – November 19, 2013 – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, today announced the release of two new TASKalfa multifunctional products (MFPs). The two robust black-and-white devices—the TASKalfa 8001i and the TASKalfa 6501i—are designed to operate in high-volume business environments and feature all of the hallmarks associated with the award-winning TASKalfa line: ultra-reliability, superior output quality and user-friendly controls.

“These devices provide organizations with an ideal solution for professional level functionality with intuitive document handling,” said Danielle Wolowitz, director, product marketing at KYOCERA Document Solutions America. “As business needs evolve and grow, companies require a device that integrates with how they operate today, and into the future. The TASKalfa 8001i and 6501i can integrate with Kyocera’s business applications to easily route your critical documents to the cloud, to document management systems and other critical business systems, which adhering to security protocols you have in place. All of this combined with Kyocera’s award winning long-life technology, you are ensured a strong MFP that delivers when you need it most.”

Kyocera's Hypas Technology

Introduction

Not so long ago, the MFP was a device for printing, copying, scanning and occasionally faxing. But technology has evolved, and the enhanced capability of the devices has brought about many additional requirements and fundamentally changed the way MFPs are used today. The transition to colour printing for instance relates to the increasing need for document accounting in order to control and manage output costs. Security became a topic with high relevance not only for PCs and networks, but also for MFPs: how to secure the data travelling between PC and output tray, and how to avoid that unauthorized users pick up confidential information from output trays. Other important issues for companies are to increase productivity and to reduce costs. Considering that costs related to document output can be as high as 3% of a company’s revenue, reducing these costs can have significant impact on a company’s bottom line. Process automation for example is an excellent productivity booster: instead of repeating complex steps each time, the automated process can be started with one click directly from the panel and saves users much time while at the same time reducing risks of errors.

All these topics – cost control and cost reduction, security, productivity – are fundamental for the survival of any company, with direct impact on their profit situation. Therefore companies are looking for solutions that address their requirements and individual situation in the best way.

To be able to answer the diverse needs of customers, MFP Solution Platforms were developed and integrated into the devices, as a basis for applications to be executed on the MFP. These platforms enable connectivity between the device and external business applications, which opens up endless options of advanced functionality. For instance, there can be a direct connection between the device and a company’s Document Management System so that documents can be immediately and correctly archived with little effort directly from the MFP panel.

KYOCERA Document Solutions America Unveils Two New Black & White TASKalfa Multifunctional Products

FAIRFIELD, N.J. – November 5, 2013 – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, added to its award-winning black and white TASKalfa multifunctional product (MFP) lineup, today, when it announced the release of the TASKalfa 3510i and TASKalfa 3010i. These two new MFPs feature all of the hallmarks associated with the flagship series: breakthrough technology, advanced design, and user-friendly features.

TASKalfa 3510i and 3010i;

Automating Everyday Processes, Powering Workflow and Bringing Office Productivity to New Heights TASKalfa MFPs are designed to boost production and optimize performance—and these two new devices are no exception. The TASKalfa 3510i (35 pages per minute) and TASKalfa 3010i (30 ppm) deliver crisp black-and-white output, brilliant scans in both color and black-and-white, optional fax capabilities, and a range of advanced finishing options.

KYOCERA Document Solutions America Extends Its Line of Award-Winning Color Multifunctional Products

FAIRFIELD, N.J. – November 5, 2013 – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, today extended its award-winning TASKalfa line with the announcement of the TASKalfa 2551ci multifunction product (MFP). Featuring many of the hallmarks that have become associated with the flagship series, this new MFP offers advanced technology, flexible design, and user-friendly features.

TASKalfa 2551ci: Innovative, Reliable, and Powerful

The new TASKalfa 2551ci (25 ppm color, 25 ppm black) offers the kind of performance specs that today’s businesses have come to expect from TASKalfa MFPs. It features vibrant color and crisp black-and-white printing, color scanning and copying, and Super G3 fax options for high-speed document delivery. It will enhance productivity, streamline office workflow efficiency and simplify on-screen document management.

KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. Positioned in the 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services, Worldwide

October 28, 2013 - KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. (President: Katsumi Komaguchi), a leading manufacturer of document imaging solutions and document management systems, announces that it has been named a “Challenger” in the 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services, Worldwide* for the second consecutive year.

The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services (MPS) is published annually and evaluates companies on their completeness of vision and ability to execute Managed Print Services. KYOCERA has been developing and strengthening its Managed Document Services (MDS) business for many years, and meets all of the inclusion criteria.

New Kyocera Business Application Allows MFP Users to Scan Directly to ECM

FAIRFIELD, N.J. – October 9, 2013 – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, added to its impressive lineup of HyPAS business applications today with the introduction of OnBase Connector. This new Kyocera developed application allows Kyocera multifunctional product (MFP) users to scan, index, and route documents directly to Hyland Software’s OnBase enterprise content management solution—thus optimizing the speed, efficiency, and security of an organization’s document-processing system.

Hyland Software’s OnBase is widely considered one of the most flexible and user-friendly enterprise content management (ECM) solutions on the market. It centralizes business assets into one secure location—affording users easy access, and in many cases, meeting legal retention requirements. Kyocera’s OnBase Connector facilitates the scanning of documents into the repository. It also simplifies the review, approval, and reporting processes.

Kyocera Introduces Business Application That Saves Documents When Networks Go Down

FAIRFIELD, N.J. – October 9, 2013 – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, strengthened its lineup of HyPAS business applications today. With the introduction of PreservDOX, a Kyocera-developed, powerful business application, users can be assured access to mission-critical documents if network resources go down.

PreservDOX provides a level of protection that goes above and beyond conventional back-up processes. It allows PDFs to be saved to a synchronized folder on a PC or server, and automatically routes and stores the files on a predefined Kyocera multifunctional product’s (MFP’s) hard drive—thus allowing for immediate access should the network go down and printing becomes impossible. PreservDOX also safeguards the privacy of backed-up files by eliminating unauthorized access to the data. This kind of protection does more than provide peace of mind; it keeps many businesses in compliance with federal regulations.

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