Digital Press

The All-New AccurioPress C14000/12000 Our customers demand perfection from their digital press. So we’ve used our decades of print industry experience to Rethink what’s possible. The result is a breakthrough in the digital printing revolution – the all-new AccurioPress C14000/C12000. Konica Minolta’s new flagship models offer uncompromising print quality at up to 140 ppm. In

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This morning’s X-HP news

(Reuters) – Xerox Holdings Corp said on Monday it has secured $24 billion in financing for its $33.5 billion takeover offer for HP Inc, a deal that the personal computer maker is opposing. HP rejected the $22 per share offer in November saying it “significantly” undervalued the company, following which the printer maker took the

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From Tana

Only 6% of High School athletes will have the opportunity to play their sport at a college level and only 2% will get an athletics scholarship. My daughter a local senior had the honor of signing her National Letter of Intent and Athletics Scholarship to attend West Texas A & M and continue to play

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Cloud Print

Google to shut down Cloud Print Will no longer be supported as of 12/31/2020 Devices across all operating systems will no longer be able to print using Google Cloud Print Google instead has improved the printing experience for Chrome OS

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Cyber Security

Last week, Matthew Agnew from IT Weapons wrote a great post on Microsoft ending all support for one of the most popular server operating systems, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2.  After January 14, 2020 there will be no more security updates, making systems that run these operating systems a magnet for cybersecurity

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Microsoft eol products

With Microsoft products representing the backbone for basically everyone’s technology environment, the next few years are set to get interesting for several of Microsoft’s most popular server products. In 2020, several Microsoft products (notably Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows 7) are set to reach their End of Extended Support date. If

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American Heart Association Heart Walk

Thank you to all of the “Team Office Systems of Texas” participants in this past Saturday’s American Heart Association’s Heart Walk held at Lone Star College University Park. We dedicated our contributions in the memory of Jim Snelling, our long time friend and colleague who was with Office Systems of Texas for 38 years. Shah

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Election Day Tuesday November 5, 2019

Today, Tuesday November 5 is election day in the State of Texas. Please take time to consider the candidates on your ballot and vote. The following are the websites for the Houston Area Counties https://brazoriacountytx-web https://wwwco.chambers.tx.us https://fortbendcountytx.gov https://galvestontx.gov https://harrisvotes.org/ https://www.co.liberty.tx.us https://elections.mctx.org https://www.co.san-jacinto.tx.us https://co.walker.tx.us https://www.co.waller.tx.us  

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Scan To Email

If you utilize your Konica Minolta’s MFP’s “Scan to Email” function and you change your main email account’s password, don’t forget to input the new password into the “E-mail TX (SMTP)” field of the MFP’s GUI. It’s easy to do. Just open a web browser and input the MFP’s IP (Ex: 192.168.1.200) into the web

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Happy Halloween

The World Series is over. Thank you to our Houston Astros for getting into the finals and providing major excitement until the 7th inning last night. Good job, team. What seems the oddest is the home teams lost every home game. It was a fun and exciting run, a series of highs and lows with

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Astros Fever

I am so excited that our Houston Astros are going back to The World Series. I have grown up in Houston and it has been very satisfying to see this Astros Team achieve this level of greatness. When I say achieve this level of greatness, I am not only talking about what they have accomplished

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Jim Dude ☹

This is the first of my blogs that I’m not letting Jim know about.  Over the past…well I’m not sure how many years now, every time I wrote a blog, I would run up to Jim and say “New Blog Jim Dude” Then he would ask me if it’s time sensitive or not and go

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Vote Texas! on November 5, 2019

On Tuesday November 5, the voters of the State of Texas will be presented with a n opportunity to vote on Ten new proposed State Constitutional Amendments. The language in these amendments may be confusing to some, please take care to completely read and understand these before you vote.  https://www.sos.texas.gov/elections/forms/sample-ballot-november-5.pdf

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Jim

Jim Snelling, my friend and boss of 35 years, passed away on October 4, 2019. Jim played a large part as a mentor in my life. I counted on Jim to answer every question I threw at him. He always knew just what to say. How did he do that? He was just that smart.

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Jim

Jim Snelling passed away Friday evening October 4.  Jim had just turned 60 years old on September 27. He began his career with Office Systems of Texas on August 10, 1981. A celebration of Jim’s life will be held on Saturday October 12, 2019 from 2 pm – 5 pm at the Bradshaw-Carter Memorial &

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