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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.
Digitising documents - is there a way that isn't time and labour-intensive?
Digitising documents can be a labour intensive project for staff who should be doing things that drive the business forward - here's a solution.
CASE STUDY: Go Bus uses industry-leading tech to improve processes
After experiencing rapid growth, Go Bus were faced with a choice to improve administration processes - hire more staff or invest in technology?
Server-less printers the answer to cutting business costs, says exec
“By eliminating servers, businesses can bring down the total cost of ownership compared with solutions that require a print server."
Your printer is a ‘weak link’ and putting your organisation at risk right now
Print security is once again in the spotlight, after new research revealed that 61% of enterprises have suffered an insecure printing data breach.
Hands-on review: OKI Multifunction MC573dn A4 colour laser printer
We try out a small business or small workgroup printer from the Japanese manufacturer.
Fuji Xerox scoops sustainability award; leads partners & customers towards green future
Fuji Xerox states that its sustainability practises help it become a role model to partners, customers and its other stakeholders.
Scanning documents to email? You could be risking your business
If employees in your business scan documents direct to email, it could be a huge security risk and breach privacy requirements, according to Y Soft.
The cloud tool that is transforming the construction sector
How an Australian tool is helping the construction sector become more productive.
Y Soft looks to sustain growth, sets sights on Australia and NZ
“Y Soft’s growth in ANZ has been strong and we are looking to sustain that growth over the next 12 months."
NZ partners swept in the UpFlow as company launches local office
Document management company UpFlow is setting its sights on New Zealand, which the company says is 'great news' for its New Zealand partners.
How much is printing costing your business?
“Businesses have been trying to do more with less for some time now but printing seems to be an area that gets overlooked."
Physical, digital and behavioural security the key to cyber protection
Singapore's new Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) may not be enough to cover all aspects of data security, a new white paper by Shred-it says.
NZ data management firm G3 Group reports 12% profit increase, eyeing market expansion
Document management firm G3 Group has reported a 12% increase in profit of $2.14 million and is set to raise capital for expansion plans.
Maplesoft rolls out major update to education software
“Maple is the ideal tool for anyone who touches math, and this version comes with enhancements for interactive problem solving and more."
Shadow data could cost organisations millions
The threat of shadow data in the enterprise is on the rise as cloud app usage surges, opening organisations to $1.9 million in potential losses.