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Ed Jansen, Vice President of the Production Print Solutions Professional Services Group at Canon Solutions America, explains how his team members deliver workflow solutions that increase efficiency and deliver a competitive edge. They work closely with customers to ensure smooth integration of legacy machines with new technologies.

Ed Jansen, Vice President of the Production Print Solutions Professional Services Group at Canon Solutions America, explains how his team members deliver workflow solutions that increase efficiency and deliver a competitive edge. They work closely with customers to ensure smooth integration of legacy machines with new technologies.

Eric Hawkinson, Director of Marketing for Canon Solutions America Production Print Solutions shares three key ways Canon Solutions America builds strategic partnerships. Eric's experience and passion for building communities give him a unique perspective on the power of networking and partnering. Read More: Building Strategic Partnerships.

One evening in October of last year, after a reported couple of drinks in a Brooklyn bar, Rupert Murdoch was giving a good impression of a man who thought he had seen the future. From his car on the way home he tweeted: "Who's heard of VICE media? Wild, interesting effort to interest millennials who don't read or watch established media. Global success."

The months since have served to emphasise the Digger's clairvoyance

Men's Health, the largest men's magazine in the world, and Women's Health, which reaches 13 million consumers monthly, have partnered with social network MeetMe, the leading social network to meet new people and 18th most trafficked site in the US, to conduct "The Definitive Survey on the State of Friendship in America." The 2012 survey of more than 12,000 male and female respondents reflects all aspects of friendship -- from how we stay in touch to how many close friends we have, to why friends sometimes "break up." The results are featured in the September issue of Men's Health, and on MensHealth.com and WomensHealth.com.

I'm a little dubious of the term "information scarcity," as if there was ever a time when people did not have loads of news and gossip coming their way. Back in the stagecoach era, when we all lived in close-knit, walkable communities (no need for terms like "new urbanist" back then), news and views flowed over fences and across tables, out of taverns and churches and docks.

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