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News Archive for 2013

Epson offers WiFi Direct printing from tablets, smartphones and PCs

Epson has unveiled a new range of Small-in-One printers with WiFi Direct support. This enables users to print directly from WiFi-enabled devices, without having to go via an access point. The range of compact all-in-one devices offers the ability to print and scan from anywhere within WiFi range. Automatic WiFi setup makes configuring to print…

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3D printers could ‘pay for themselves’ in just two months

A new study, carried out by Michigan Technological University, has challenged the notion that 3D printers are too expensive to be useful to households. The study showed that a 3D printer had the potential to offer savings of up to $2,000 a year by printing everyday objects. Using the RepRap, a low-cost 3D printer, researchers…

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Security breaches in the UK remain at historically high levels

Security breaches cost British businesses billions of pounds every year, for public sector organisations a major leak of sensitive information could prove even more devastating. Latest surveys carried out by Infosecurity Europe and PwC have found that security breaches in the UK remain at historically high levels. Nowadays when people talk about leaks and data…

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Are we ready for 3D printing?

A recent poll carried out by the Design Museum and Ipsos MORI, conducted by interviewing 994 people across the UK, found that 66% of people would rather leave design to the professionals and would in fact avoid the opportunity to customise or 3D their own products. The survey also shows that nearly three-quarters (71 per…

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Three trends set to impact SMB IT in the next five years

In the last five years IT has made some major shifts. The most interesting being the focus of the primary source of technical innovation moving from enterprise to a consumer focus. This has exposed low-cost, well-designed and highly functional technology to the masses. As a result smaller businesses, that have found enterprise IT tools out…

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The latest 3D-printing development: bringing stretchable gadgets closer

As 3D printing is evolving so quickly, we thought we would tell you about the latest development: Researchers have now created liquid metal structures using 3D printers, suggesting that stretchable electronics created by the printers, may start appearing in the near future. This was discovered by a team at North Carolina State University, using a…

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3D Printing Events

Over the last few months we have written about many different creations as a result of 3D printing. Most recently we have heard that people are now using it to create prosthetics. As the printers are becoming more affordable and accessible we are hearing more and more about what they are being used to create….

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We had a great time at AIIM!

As you may know we attended the AIIM Roadshow in London last week, with a new approach. This year we had a business lounge where people could escape the conference buzz and catch up with the real world. As always no matter what stage you are at, the AIIM Roadshow delivered independent advice, practical guidance…

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Getting ready for AIIM tomorrow!

As our team are traveling over to AIIM today we thought we would remind you of our business lounge! Have you got a few spare minutes in your conference day schedule tomorrow? Come over for a coffee or just to say hello! We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!

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It’s only one week until AIIM! Are you ready?

It’s only one week until AIIM at the ILEC Conference Centre in London. Are you ready? Don’t forget to look out for our business lounge! We appreciate that everyone needs to take time out from the conference buzz. Our business lounge and its facilities are completely free to use so why not use the space…

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