Posted on Sep 10 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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A separate survey by Adobe shows growing interest in digital signatures, despite some reservations Despite the abundance of new technologies at our disposal and the frustrations of traditional paper-based processes, Brits still have an emotional attachment to handwritten signatures. In a recent survey of 2,002 UK consumers by Adobe Document Cloud, 86% claimed that physically signing documents is still...

Posted on Sep 9 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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New research suggests consumer demand is driving the uptake of digital signatures Digital methods of doing business are no longer viewed as a ‘nice to have’ by consumers or business professionals but as an absolute prerequisite, with almost 90% of consumers wanting the option to complete transactions digitally. This is one of the main findings of new research commissioned by DocuSign, the eSignature...

Posted on Sep 9 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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Sam Crook argues that e-signatures are a low cost, high impact initiative that can be undertaken by companies at the earliest stages of their digital transformation Digital technologies are helping to create new, efficient workplaces – from face scanning systems and augmented reality apps to virtual meeting rooms and idea platforms. No longer are employees expected to occupy one physical space....

Posted on Sep 8 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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The launch of a new 3D print management solution is just one of several new developments from YSoft Print management has been good to YSoft Corporation. The privately owned company was founded in the Czech Republic in 2000 and introduced its SafeQ print management solution in 2003. Since then, it has gone from strength to strength, to the point where it now has annual revenues of $30 million (US),...

Posted on Sep 8 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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Brother UK is extending its range of colour lasers for SMEs with the launch of its new L8000 and L9000 ranges, designed to increase efficiency and improve workflow in small businesses Replacing the L8000 and L9000 models currently available, the five-strong L8000 range comprises of two A4 printers and three multifunction devices, while the L9000 series includes a higher volume A4 printers and the flagship...

Posted on Sep 7 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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Hassan Masaud, product manager (ink and laser) at Brother UK, discusses the work is doing to support the colour laser market’s growth among SMBs Last year the colour laser market bolted on 27 per cent of growth. These models have grown in popularity among SMBs, as they’ve emerged as an increasingly cost effective way of providing secure, high-speed printing at large volumes easily. More and more...

Posted on Sep 7 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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Kodak Alaris is attempting to make the transition from a hardware company to a software and services-led business. PrintIT finds out how from Siddhartha (Sid) Bhattacharya, VP of Global Marketing for the Kodak Alaris Information Management division As key enablers of digitisation, scanner manufacturers are agents of their own destruction. The more successful they are at facilitating the transition...

Posted on Sep 6 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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We are on the cusp of a new wave in enterprise content management as automatic content analysis and machine learning provide better access to stored data. James Goulding speaks to Greg Milliken about what the future holds and why M-Files is viewed as ‘an innovator’ For decades, document and then content management systems have been promising an end to document chaos. Yet, according to a recent...

Posted on Sep 6 2017 - 8:15am by Editorial Content
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Paper-free logs Bodet has launched a paper-free time and attendance system for organisations with up to 100 employees. Workers can clock in and out at the Timebox using a proximity badge, keyfob or fingerprint. Timings are stored on a database, from where they can be downloaded to a portable USB drive or sent across the network to the central server. Attendance reports generated by Bodet’s software...

Posted on Sep 5 2017 - 4:15pm by Editorial Content
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A briefing with Brent Richtsmeier, Samsung’s VP of Solutions and Mobility, at Apps World, XLR8 at Excel London gave Steven Swift the opportunity to find out more about Samsung’s vision for the connected workplace. Here, shares his thoughts on how apps are redefining the role of the office MFP A first observation was that Samsung appeared to be the only exhibitor in this vast hall talking about...