Canon recently introduced five next-generation 451247-canon-maxify-mb2320-wireless-inkjet-small-office-all-in-one-printer for small business owners. Designed with users in the legal, accounting, construction, real estate, healthcare, retail and food service industries in mind, these WiFi enabled printers offer improved functionality, such as increased print speeds, management information base (MIB) support, and select models offer larger LCD screens. Each printer also features cloud printing capabilities, and access to best-in-class, 100 percent U.S.-based service and support, giving consumers peace of mind around a sound investment.

Users can expect to find high ink yields and paper capacities, easy operation, improved fast first print-out speeds of six seconds for black and white documents and seven seconds for color from a ready state and most importantly, low cost. Other key features include support for printing labels, envelopes, company letterhead, and IP address filtering to accommodate a wide variety of office uses.

With the MAXIFY printers, Canon users can directly access the cloud from compatible mobile devices and tablets to print important documents from almost anywhere. Necessary for on-the-go small business users, MAXIFY Cloud Link enables important documents and presentations to be accessed and printed at any time from a compatible mobile device or tablet by connecting to popular online social platforms and services, such as Microsoft One Drive®, Google Drive™, Dropbox®, Evernote®, Facebook®, Twitter®, Flickr®, ConcurTM and Photobucket®.

Eclipse is pleased to offer support for small business WiFi printers via DocOrigin, Customer Communication Center, and DocWizard for enterprise customers using Oracle EBS and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Eclipse recently completed validation with Zebra on Bluetooth and WiFi printing and provides support for Zebra Browser Print. Eclipse continues to expand its support for printers from small office departmental to high-speed production laser and ink jets. Customers from AT&T to Worldpac depend on Eclipse to design and generate their mission critical forms, documents and labels.

Coming late Septmeber 2016: DocWizard Validation with Oracle.

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