Posted on Jul 20 2015 - 5:00pm by John Peters
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ThinPrint has released a new version of ThinPrint Cloud Printer, which enables iPhone, iPad and Android users to print documents and photos to any printer in their network independently of a PC or Mac. The free cloudbased app automatically shows which printers are available in a user’s Wi-Fi network and sends the printout from the user’s smartphone/tablet to the printer selected. If a Wi-Fi printer...

Posted on Jul 20 2015 - 3:00pm by John Peters
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Dell has launched four printers that are claimed to enhance collaboration, reduce complexity and streamline data flows in small and medium-sized businesses.These include the E-Series printers for everyday printing tasks and the Dell Smart printer, an affordable small workgroup printer with security features as standard. All E-Series devices feature a new Dell Printer Hub control panel giving access...

Posted on Jul 20 2015 - 10:00am by John Peters
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European online print company SAXOPRINT has expanded its business stationery range with sticky notes in customisable hard covers. Each set includes two printable sticky note blocks (100 x 72 mm and 50 x 72 mm) and page markers in five colours. SAXOPRINT has also added new options to its letterhead, brochure and notepad categories. www.saxoprint.co.uk ...

Posted on Jul 17 2015 - 5:00pm by John Peters
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OPEX mailing equipment is speeding up the processing of French social security contributions Since 1945, France has provided health, family care and retirement benefits through a social security system funded by taxes and social contributions from employees and employers. Responsibility for the collection of contributions lies with the Union de Recouvrement des Cotisations de Sécurité Sociale et...

Posted on Jul 17 2015 - 3:00pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Brother broadens appeal of record-breaking inkjet printer

Slower, cheaper models to open up new markets for 100ppm mono inkjet printer Brother is hoping to broaden the appeal of its HL-S7000 high speed mono inkjet printer – the world’s fastest desktop mono printer – by launching two models with slower print speeds and smaller price tags. The range now includes the HLS7000DN50, an entry-level 50 page per minute machine with one paper tray (£1,600);...

Posted on Jul 17 2015 - 10:00am by John Peters
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As UniPrint launches the latest version of its managed print solution, sales & marketing director David Fung tells PrintIT why more and more customers are attracted to UniPrint Infinity. UniPrint, a division of ACCEO Solutions Inc., is a printing virtualisation specialist and provider of a PDF-based universal printer driver that enables ‘any platform, any device’ printing from all makes and...

Posted on Jul 16 2015 - 5:00pm by John Peters
Comments Off on Crescent Press invest in new machinery

When offset printing business Crescent Press acquired the company to which it used to outsource wide-format printing jobs, such as display boards and interior and exterior banners, one of its first actions was to invest in new machinery. In addition to new roll-fed printers, Crescent Press managing director Andy Matthews identified a need for a flatbed unit that could print directly onto rigid substrates....

Posted on Jul 16 2015 - 3:00pm by John Peters
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EFI’s hybrid wide format printers give print centres the flexibility to bring more jobs in-house and develop new service offerings Enterprise print centres face many of the same challenges as commercial print service providers (PSPs), including the need to diversify their print offering and provide value for money. Pressure on managers to run in-house print rooms on a more commercial basis raises...

Posted on Jul 16 2015 - 10:00am by John Peters
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PrintIT asks Doug Miles, Director of AIIM Market Intelligence, why readers should attend AIIM Forum UK 2015 PrintIT: Who should attend the AIIM Forum UK? Doug Miles: The AIIM Forum covers both the ‘Why?’ and the ‘How to’ of information and content management, and will prove useful to business decision-makers, operations managers, technical implementers and those who we might call information...

Posted on Jul 15 2015 - 5:00pm by John Peters
Comments Off on ECM: an industry in transition

Electronic content management is evolving to meet new challenges posed by developments in mobile, analytics, cloud and collaborative working. An explosion of content and information will usher in a ‘postECM’ era by 2020, AIIM claims in its latest annual report on the state of the electronic content management (ECM) industry. AIIM’s survey of 434 ECM users, on which the AIIM ECM Decisions Industry...