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No strings attached: Brother's new stand-alone, two colour label printer
The new Brother business label printers create labels in both red and black and are available in two models.
Aussie charity Orange Sky Laundry empowers homeless with new partner
Nicholas Marchesi and Lucas Patchett put two washing machines and two dryers in a van with the vision of empowering the community.
Could print management be the key to better innovation & cashflow?
Believe it or not, print management can save finance teams time and costs - it’s just a matter of how they focus their solutions.
Dell survey: Australians better than most about sharing confidential information
"When security becomes a case-by-case judgement call being made by the individual employee, there is no consistency or efficacy."
SMBs need to have print-and-scan solutions that suit their scale – Y Soft
Implementing the right print-and-scan management solution can help SMBs achieve significant competitive benefits without breaking the budget.
Channel pivotal as Aussie startup Nitro takes on the big guns
Australian document management startup Nitro is reaching new heights thanks to its channel, with global expansion now on the cards.
Businesses aware of money saving processes, just unsure where to start, says Y Soft
By taking a few relatively simple steps, businesses can save money and time, while letting employees access the print facilities they need.
How digitisation can make businesses more efficient and profitable
For all of our technological innovation and advances, one of the biggest obstacles facing companies today is digitising data and records.
Simple tips for overcoming your mountain of paper
In business today it easy to become lost within a world of paper. Receipts, invoices, HR forms, bills… the list goes on and on. Here's a solution.
5 steps to managing printing within businesses and reducing cost
Printing can be an expensive exercise - fortunately, there are a number of opportunities to reduce the costs, in some cases dramatically.
HP New Zealand reveals why your printers might be the biggest risk in your company
Only 16% think printers are at high risk of a breach, and 43% ignore printers in endpoint security entirely. HP New Zealand explains why.
5 ways your office will benefit from a scanner
If you fall into the growing cohort of Kiwis dreaming about starting their own business, then you need to invest in the right infrastructure.
How an efficient office can attract a good client
Rather than saying yes to anyone with an open wallet, what if we created businesses that actively attracted the type of clients we want to work with?
AU couple bullied into buying 1700 years of printer ink get comeuppance
A tribunal has found cold calling salespeople from a Melbourne-based office supplies company to have acted illegally.
Ricoh releases series to offer security and savings for healthcare
Ricoh affirms the features of their new healthcare printers maintain regulatory compliance without the need to invest in additional secure storage.
Canon NZ focuses on customer experience with new appointment
Canon New Zealand recently announced the appointment of Skye Nicholls to their newly created role, head of customer experience.
Why your printer could be the doormat to your network
At the end of the day, printers are low-hanging fruit for hackers, and it’s up to businesses to ensure they remain out of reach.
APAC Fuji Xerox named ‘Best Green Company of the Year’
As our world continues rapidly expanding, the topic of green initiatives is becoming more and more paramount.
Y Soft: Efficiency in printing not only reduces costs, but frees up IT too
There are a number of costs associated with printing, which include ink, paper and servicing - and that's nothing to say of the human costs it brings.
Epson named a Top 100 Global Innovator for the 6th year in a row
The company is also an industry leader in patent quantity and quality in product categories such as inkjet printers and projectors.
Kid hacker hijacks 160,000 printers around the world as a warning
The culprit was in fact an 18 year old British high-school student, interested in cyber security and the seemingly trivial defences of printers.
Four simple ways to reduce your printing costs
While paper usage in the office has certainly reduced in recent years, the paperless office is still not quite a reality - here's some tips to save.
3D printing mainstream by 2018, medical sector leading charge
A new report from IDC says 3D printing will be mainstream in APAC by 2018 but there's consolidation and change ahead too.
Abundant growth in wide format printers as Asia Pacific market surges
APAC is emerging as a key regional market for large format printers according to TMR Research, which says there are 'abundant' growth opportunities.