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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.
Scanners: The unexpected financial management saviour
The Fuji Xerox DocuMate 3220 is an all encompassing scanning solution that makes organising your financial paperwork easier than ever before.
From paper to digital: Adobe's aids in business transformation
Today an increasing number of businesses are making the move from paper to digital, and Adobe is aiding in this transition with Document Cloud.
Adobe aids in digital transformation
"The market is moving on, people don’t talk about what digital is anymore, they talk about how to do it."
Xerox: Helping channel partners capitalise on MPS market opp
Nearly 75% of SMBs are yet to deploy a managed print service (MPS), presenting a $16 billion market opportunity for channel partners.
Mobile devices tearing up printing and scanning landscape
"As organisations adopt mobile devices at a rapid pace, opportunities for document solutions continue to grow."
Adobe claims to revolutionise the document process
Adobe has announced the imminent release of Adobe Document Cloud, which consists of a set of integrated services that aims to boost productivity.
Epson targets photogs with new SC-P600 photo printer
The new SureColor SC-P600, is a ‘fast, flexible and easy-to-use’ printer that produces professional, high-quality photo prints in sizes up to A3+.
Printer market flourishes in digital-first world
Printing isn’t dead yet, with IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Production Print Tracker showing significant growth in the print market.
Print your photos now... Or else
“If we want to preserve [our digital lives], we need to make sure that the digital objects we create today can still be rendered far into the future."
Epson admits defeat against ink refills and joins the party
The company says they have ‘revolutionised’ household printing in New Zealand.
MCS: Adding content to managed print services
It wasn’t long ago that ‘managed print services’, or MPS, was the hot phrase for the printing sector.
Aggressive expansion plans for Kiwi iPad software
While there is a special push to sell the product in New Zealand and Australia, the internet allows cost-effective selling into the United State and Europe.
In-house colour printing's competitive edge
Companies are constantly seeking ways to reduce operational costs and boost efficiency, and many are finding in-house colour printing can help them achieve both.
Document management key to successful business
Document management is becoming an increasingly significant issue for New Zealand businesses, large and small, but what does it actually mean and why is it so important?
Balanced Deployment: why the ‘where’ of printing is important
In short, Balanced Deployment means putting printing and imaging technology within reach of everyone who needs it.
Enjoy your Days of Summer with Ingram Micro's HP campaign
Ingram Micro is running a promotion for HP products in time for summer. The ‘Days of Summer’ campaign is open now, with the opportunity to win prizes when you purchase HP products.
HP takes huge step - a split is coming
Rumours that HP is to split into two have been confirmed
Design awards prove printing isn't dead
Brother has long been a leading provider of print and imaging equipment, and this year two products have snapped up two awards.
Thorley tackles Kyocera NZ...
Chris Thorley has seen big changes in the printing industry over the years. He talks to Heather Wright about price breakthroughs, Kyocera's Kiwi plans, and keeping the balance.
Market brands HP's 3D printing comments "worrisome"...
In the end, HP will target the 3D printer opportunities that align with its technology and overall strategy.
Epson launches laser-beating PrecisionCore tech in NZ
In a move which the printing company brands the "biggest threat to laser printing since the creation of that technology in 1976", Epson has officially launched its PrecisionCore inkjet technology in New Zealand.
Print it good... NZ market riding on the crest of a wave
3D printing may be garnering all the headlines at the moment, but the news isn't bad for the rest of the printing sector either, Heather Wright discovers.