To help you get to know how to navigate and use Rimage to its full potential, let’s explore the Rimage Catalyst printer. Although this system doesn’t offer the high-volume production capacity of the newer Producer V, it is a disc workhorse in its own right.
The history of printers goes back to 1938 when the first variety of it was introduced. This was the process of dry printing called electrophotography which over the years has come to be called a Xerox.
Over the years, Rimage Corporation has released many ribbons, including numbers such as 2002160, 2002161, 2001469, 203638-001, 203640-001, 203474-001, 2002364, and nearly countless others.
The question of whether it was the right decision to discontinue the Floppy Disk in favor of the CD, DVD, USB and cloud computing is akin to asking whether it was the right decision to kill the typewriter in favor of the PC? The floppy rose and fell in the same way that technologies before it did.
Rimage systems use state of the art, modern technology to produce optical discs that are 100% accurate and usable. But what if the content is mission critical and there won’t be a second chance if the data is not readable?
It would be great if everything we used simply always worked and never required maintenance. However, as we know, cars need oil changes, lawn mowers require blade sharpening, and furnaces need filters replaced. Rimage systems also need maintenance
Whether you use a Rimage Everest printer or a Rimage inkjet system, there is a rich variety of color that your printer can create. Though, if you have ever tried to match a very specific color or have gotten a surprising result when trying to print a certain label, you may wonder what you steps you should take to get the desired finished product.
Everyday, it seems as if there’s reports about a new virus, computer break-in, or data theft making headlines. Rimage systems require a computer running Windows to operate, and are designed to take advantage of being networked.
When one system simply isn’t enough, adding additional Rimage systems to a production environment is a great way to increase capacity and flexibility. While it’s always ideal to add systems of the same model type and software version, this isn’t always possible.
Whether you want to track usage by department for billing purposes, review an audit trail of who has recorded what files, or simply search and retrieve archived data, Order Archive Manager provides new tools to make your life easier!
Often, it seems as if you can’t read a news article or view a news report without learning about another security breach resulting in consumer data being stolen. Now, more than ever, protecting data is vital to businesses and consumers. Did you know your Rimage system has several different options to encrypt the content that is being recorded?
You may know that your Rimage Disc Publishing System can create and duplicate CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray™ optical media. However, did you know that you can also span discs?
Even the most reliable equipment requires maintenance and periodic adjustment and repair. Anticipating and preparing for that possibility is easy when you rely on Rimage Service. Like their systems, Rimage Service offerings are designed to meet the level of service you need — from quick solutions over the telephone to overnight delivery of replacement parts or systems
Banks and financial institutions around the world rely on a Rimage system to manage large amounts of secure data easily and efficiently. Whether distributing financial data to your business customers, submitting records to meet compliance regulations, or saving important data for long-term retention, Rimage disc publishing systems will handle it all easily.
The San Bernardino California Sheriff’s Department High-Tech Crime Detail has supported law enforcement agencies throughout San Bernardino County (Calif.) by providing computer forensic services. Any electronic device or storage medium containing data, audio, or video associated with a criminal case is sent to the Department’s lab for forensic examination