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What’s New from Lexmark, Intelligent healthcare, HP & Logitech

Carbon neutral for life

Lexmark is addressing the print needs of eco-conscious small and medium-sized businesses with the launch of its first CarbonNeutral-certified printers. The two flagship models in the Lexmark GO Line series of small footprint devices – the B3442dw mono printer (£249) and the MC3326i colour MFP (£389) – are carbon neutral-certified right out of the box, with no additional fees to pay. Carbon neutrality covers the printers’ full lifecycle including production, transportation, use and retirement. The B3442dw is also one of eight models supported by the new Lexmark OnePrint Subscription service, which monitors and manages devices and automatically ships genuine Lexmark toner when a replacement is needed.


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Intelligent healthcare

Purple, the Manchester-based technology company backed by Sir Terry Leahy, former CEO of Tesco, is aiming to help the NHS improve service levels, reduce waste and cut waiting times with the launch of its ‘Intelligent Healthcare’ app. The asset tracking and navigation tool enables healthcare workers to keep track of hospital equipment and medicines through an interactive map and, if necessary, find their way towards assets with the help of the app’s integrated wayfinding. Purple says that nurses spend at least one hour of every shift searching for critical pieces of equipment and medication and that every year £300 million of medicines are wasted.



In the Zone

Logitech has launched new webcams and headsets designed to meet the needs of hybrid workers through a combination of business-grade quality, style, affordability and compatibility with leading conferencing platforms. Brio 500 webcams and Zone Vibe headphones also make it easier for IT managers to support remote and hybrid workers, for example through integration with Logitech Sync, which allows admins to update firmware and troubleshoot problems remotely. Both ranges are certified carbon neutral and have high levels of post consumer recycled plastic



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Pay it again, Sam

Subscription management and billing platform Recurly is now available on Google Cloud Marketplace, enabling Google Cloud users to integrate the solution with their own platforms, from within their Google Cloud environment. Thousands of companies across digital media, streaming, publishing, SaaS, education, consumer goods and professional services rely on Recurly’s all-in-one, integrated platform to automate subscription billing at scale and to manage subscriber accounts.


From bedsit to worksit

Jarvo, the self-styled Airbnb for work, is ready to revolutionise remote working after hitting its Seedrs investment target in just 42 seconds, smashing the previous record of 96 seconds set by Monzo Bank back in 2016. Through its platform and app, Jarvo aims to help householders generate extra income by making unused, work-ready residential space available to remote workers in their area. Founder Daniel Hillman said: “The traditional office space is dead, and while co-working spaces have opened up a world of collaboration, they also bring a host of challenges with them. They’re rigid, expensive and require lengthy commutes. Work in the future needs to be decentralised, diverse and truly sustainable.” Since it was founded in 2021, more than 1,000 homeowners have signed up to list their spare space on the platform; more than 13,500 users are waiting to discover new workspaces in their area.

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