Death of the Copier

Death of the Copier

by Greg Walters
Death of the Copier

Death of the Copier

by Greg Walters



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A compendium of stories and observations from the waning days of the copier and the �Wild West� of managed print services between the 2008 and 2011. Revel in the evolutionary spectacle that was printing, copying and managed print services. Read accounts of copier demonstrations gone terribly wrong, Australian leadership, transformational selling techniques, the odyssey that was HP Edgeline and elephants. That's right, elephants.

�The Death of the Copier� is a select collection of musings from the mind of Greg Walters. Contrarian visionary or lunatic fringe? Does it really matter?

See the future in our past.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940150647060
Publisher: Greg Walters
Publication date: 08/02/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 300
File size: 805 KB

About the Author

Greg Walters travels through and writes about the quirky world of business technology.

He has sold, configured, consulted, written and spoken about the technology that both helps business work and befuddles end users everywhere.

An avid Sci-fi fan, reader of Poe, admirer of Einstein and internet wanderer, Greg shares his experiences with anyone who will listen. He holds strong opinions but can and does change his mind.

Greg was born in Honolulu Hawaii, grew up just outside Detroit and now lives in Davidson, NC, by way of California with Jennifer and her two beautiful daughters, Mikaila and Maleah.

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