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Singapore printing startup Gogoprint sets sights on A/NZ
Gogoprint raised US$7.7 million (NZ$11.9 million) in a Series A funding round, which will help to finance regional expansion and product development.
Nitro makes two new hires to expand into APAC channel
With these new highly channel-experienced hires, the digital documents company has its focus firmly on expanding throughout the region.
Synnex AU partners with Nitro for enterprise PDF solutions
“Nitro has proven itself a formidable competitor in the PDF productivity space and will be a valuable addition to our product portfolio.”
IDC - Worldwide large format printer shipments up 1H18
For the first half of the year, shipments are up 3.5% while revenue is up over 5% compared to the first half of 2017.
Why organisations should consider the cloud for print management
A transition to a cloud-based solution can remove some administrative tasks that internal IT teams currently face, and it can reduce related costs.
CSG to exit enterprise segment of its business amid poor performance
The company will re-align its business under three distinct segments and undergo significant restructuring operations.
Qumulo’s new archive file storage solution mimics cloud services
Qumulo has announced it is ‘redefining archive file storage’ with the release of its new Nearline Archive series.
Alloys inks new distie agreement with Fujitsu for scanning equiptment
The agreement provides Alloy's customers with access to Fujitsu scanning solutions in the workgroup, departmental and production-level categories.
Promapp's NZ-born BPM software a hit with US university
Promapp’s business process management software has been chosen by a United States university to support the institution's document processes.
Reduce risk in the enterprise by digitising documents
Relying on paper documentation is one of the largest gaps an enterprise faces, and also one of the hardest to police.
Why organisations should consider new innovations to secure print device access
“What this means is that the industry needs to look at how to help organisations secure access to these valuable devices."
Dropbox and Google Cloud to deliver cross-platform integrations
From within Dropbox, users will have the option to open and edit compatible files directly in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Interview: Y Soft explains why security in print management can't be an oversight
Even the popular method of scanning to email comes with dangers - what can happen if something goes wrong?
'Print' security at your business - while saving money
At the very heart of any defence is the simple idea of ‘if you’re not who you say you are then no access' - this new printer is set to change things.
HP takes hold of Samsung’s printer business in $1b deal
The company is set to disrupt the $55 billion A3 copier market while strengthening its current A4 laser printing business.
Chinese Govt approves patent for secure document management system
The Chinese Government has approved an additional patent for Publishing Data Management, which provides ProofPlus electronic document systems.
From the data centre to the cloud: Data Dynamics unveils StorageX 8.0
StorageX 8.0 delivers support for S3 compliant storage and comprehensive file management from the data centre to the cloud.
How sports have accelerated the transformation at Zebra Technologies
An interesting history of how far Zebra Technologies has come in its thirty-year history.
HP signs Metro Systems for 3D printing in Thailand
HP has appointed Metro Systems as its first Thai 3D printing solutions reseller as it seeks to ramp up delivery of the Jet Fusion 3D printing in APAC.
The humble printer: A useful tool – and a security risk
"Businesses seem to overlook a key area of potential vulnerability: the networked printer. This vulnerability isn’t just theoretical."
Securing the printing process for a revolution in ID card management
Choosing cards and printers with security in mind can result in durable, multifunction cards less likely to face misuse and tampering.
CASE STUDY: Information Leadership transforms operations at Electronet
In the wake of digital transformation, Electronet came to IL wanting a user-friendly way to manage all of their project information.
Study: Even the Australian C-Suite flouts cybersecurity policies
Employees in some of Australia’s largest organisations are flouting cybersecurity policies and it’s not just junior employees who are guilty.
Improve your document security strategy & protect your reputation
Waking up to find your organisation on the front page of the newspaper, unfavourably, must be a CEO’s worst nightmare.