Has the image you’re printing on a CD or DVD become inconsistent? Are the edges becoming faded looking? Do you have lines printing through the disc artwork? If so, it could be that the printhead on your printer needs to be cleaned.
We’re in the modern age of technology, and with this, comes time to reinvent our computer hardware. With every window's upgrade there are driver updates to disc publishing systems to work with that version. But if you are still using Window's 7, those updates are no more.
Announcing the all-new Maestro, digital content automation you don’t want to miss. An automated system for fully automated recording and printing onto USB drives. Both Thumb Drives and Pocket Drives.
If your business requires on-demand and high-quality disc creation, Rimage offers a solution that fits your needs. With industry-leading components and design, coupled with user-friendly and automatic software support, Rimage systems can solve whatever disc publishing problem you’re facing.
When tasked with reading patient provided discs or pulling CDs out of storage, there is always a data quality risk. Although highly secure, physical media like CDs and DVDs aren’t a perfect solution. Discs can become damaged and scratched, especially as they move from one location to another.
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.
When your workflow needs rapid access to Perennity DICOM images and efficient export to digital media, Rimage is the perfect solution. While the Perennity DICOM image system can provide multiple providers access to patient imaging files, it remains necessary to export images to CD/DVD/Blu-Ray – a solution easily managed by the powerful Rimage production robots.
Recordable media are those products onto which content can be recorded to play back later. CD-Rs and DVD- Rs are some of the popular examples of recordable media. This article brings out the benefits of such products.
In 2015, JVC/Taiyo Yuden made the announcement that they will be stopping production of all optical media products effective at the end of that year, and will completely withdraw from the recordable media market.
Not too many people realise it but the ink cartridges of your printer require as much care as the printer itself. In some variety of color printers, the cost of cartridges is very high while the printer itself is quite affordable. Hence, keeping ink cartridges safe becomes imperative.
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 challenge of connecting an increasingly diverse range of peripheral devices to personal computers of different architectures and relying on different operating systems is a complex one
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.
Flash drives (also known as memory stick, pen drive and thumb drive) have come a long way since their announcement in September 2000 by IBM and development of the first thumb drive by Phison CEO and co-founder Pua Khein-Seng. They have nearly replaced Blu Ray optical disks for data storage purposes.
One of the main differences between duplication and publication of optical media is the personalization factor of each unique disc. With a Rimage system, publishing optical media isn’t just for the data recorded to the disc, it also applies to the label itself.
If there is one thing that’s consistent in the realm of software, it’s that it’s always changing. New software features are constantly added all the time and new operating systems are released nearly as often. This is also true for the Rimage Software Suite. Knowing if you should update, how it benefits you, and what to consider are all important parts of owning a Rimage system.
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.
Most people work with the Rimage system through the use of a keyboard and mouse connected directly to an embedded Rimage system, or to the computer that is connected to a non-embedded Rimage system. However, there is another way
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.
Rimage offers countless out-of-the-box tools to immediately start making high quality discs, but even greater functionality is possible through the use of the Rimage Software Development Kit (SDK).
The Rimage Software Suite (RSS) is a full suite of applications, each possessing an important function. Knowing what each tool does helps develop an understanding of the Rimage system. There are three main software tools that operators commonly use, and three software tools that operate behind the scenes.
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!
What if you created a backup of important data from a hard drive, then later had the dreaded hard drive failure? You probably wouldn’t want to manually copy data from each disc onto the replacement hard drive individually. Instead, you can use Rimage Bulk Read to automate the process, and extract the actual files and folders from the disc instead of a disc image.
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?
The Rimage Software Suite has evolved and improved over the course of many years. While new features are often specific to workflow, some changes may offer customers more options
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?
With the release of Rimage Software Suite 9.0, Rimage has introduced System Watch™, a new tool that allows the Rimage system to actively alert you. This ensures that you have immediate access to the Rimage system status, without having to periodically open one of the management tools.
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
It’s difficult for a layperson to make sense of the increasingly diverse data storage options and to choose the right one in a crowded ecosystem. Hard drives, Solid state drives (SSD), CD’s, DVD’s, Blu-ray discs and now cloud computing have all presented themselves as the ultimate data storage solution at one time or the other.
Media is made with different recordable dyes, in different manufacturing facilities, and with different specifications. This results in media with changing levels of quality, which is important to understand when trying to navigate options available on the current market.
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 demand for long-term, reliable data storage capabilities has increased recently from sectors such as cloud data server centers and the movie entertainment industry.
Everyone has their pile of favorite, important and forgettable CD’s, DVD’s and Blu-rays accumulated over the years. These optical storage technologies offer the promise of cheap and relatively reliable long-term storage of data but are also vulnerable to data loss and physical damage.
In a world full of Clouds, offloading apps and media, as well as a fast-paced generation whose times move far too quickly to appreciate content for long, it may seem that recordable media (such as CD’s and DVD’s, USB drives, and hard drives) is no longer a necessity.
Technology keeps improving with time and recordable media devices are no exception. In the last three decades we have seen the quality and the quantity of recordable media devices reach new and previously unimaginable heights. Starting with the floppy disk and moving on to flash drives has been an interesting journey for recordable media technology. Let’s go through this journey and see how the evolution of this technology has affected us.
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
Why would you choose to save or back up your data to a cloud instead of a Disc or Drive? Do you like the simplicity of accessing it everywhere? Do you think it’s cheaper? Yes, it’s convenient, but if you are uploading large volume, it certainly can be costly.
Rimage has announced that they’ll be discontinuing production of their Everest Printer Ribbon used in the I, II and III Series printers as of September 1, 2018. Rimage’s typical practice is to provide consumables support for a minimum of five years after purchase
For years people have never understood the difference between a CD-R and a CDROM. The same goes for DVD-R or DVD-ROM. The short explanation is: In CD-R, the -R means recordable. This means you take an actual disc and put it into a recordable disc drive and you copy data to this disc in a “Write Once” method. In CDROM, the ROM means “Read Only Memory.” What does that mean? Check this out, it’s really pretty amazing.
Rimage Corporation, the global leader in on-demand digital publishing, has been manufacturing thermal optical media disc printers since 1995. It all started out with the Perfect Image Monochrome thermal printer, a silk screen quality printer that used a black thermal print ribbon.
December 11, 2017 Rimage Corporation of Minneapolis Minnesota announced the latest product in the Producer Series Publishing Systems. A global leader in optical media publishing, Rimage’s Producer V series is the most powerful line of disc publishing, engineered for 24x7 performance.
Have you noticed now when you go to a Dr’s appointment, they are making notes on a computer or tablet instead of writing it all in your paper chart? Have you seen how the physician can just digitally send prescriptions to your pharmacy with a few clicks of the mouse? If you have ever needed to see a specialist, within the same network as your provider, have you noticed...
Since 1989, Microboards Technology has been a fast-growing company that grew right beside the CD-R that originally launched in 1988 by Phillips and Sony. Offering a full line of automated disc publishers ranging from recordable discs to USB Flash Drive tower duplicators.
Primera’s ever popular Bravo series has been helping small companies and organizations such as schools, ministries, musicians, software developers… manufacture their own product for a few decades. Check out this user-friendly disc printing technology.
Launched in 2017, the most recent product in the Rimage line of disc publishing systems is the Catalyst. It is ideal for customers with medium-volume requirements and has the perfect hybrid of the rugged durability of Producer Series system, with the features of a Professional Series system.