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A New Approach to Content is Needed

By John Newton, co-founder, Chairman and CTO, Alfresco We are all keenly aware just how much technology is changing the way business operates.  Mobile technology and cloud computing in particular have revolutionised our work habits and processes. In turn, our expectations of what we can do with technology have also changed.  We now expect to […]

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Does your MPS Provider Bring a Security Mindset?

Guest article by Darren Cassidy, Managing Director of Xerox UK Endpoints have a habit of popping up unexpectedly, usually just when you think you’re getting control over the security risks within your enterprise.  Your network nodes – the PCs, the servers – need protection but who thinks about the vulnerability of your multifunctional printers (MFPs)?  […]

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Helping the UK’s National Health Service go Paper… Less

Guest article by Darren Cassidy, Managing Director of Xerox UK The state of the UK’s healthcare system is never far from the top of the news agenda.  In the past few weeks alone we’ve seen stories ranging from rising pressure on general practitioners (GPs) to increasing cuts for the National Health Service (NHS).  Yet there’s […]

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National Cyber Security Alliance and Better Business Bureau Say Spring Clean!

The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) are encouring all users of the Internet to do a spot of ‘digital spring cleaning’ – update your security software, unclog your inbox, delete those unused apps and make a fresh start this spring! Michael Kaiser, Executive Director at NCSA, said: “Plan to […]

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Great Print Expectations 2014

By Louella Fernandes, Quocirca Despite expectations of its demise, our affinity with the printed page means that it continues to fight its corner in today’s rapidly evolving mobile workplace. However, the future of office printing relies on keeping pace with the digital world. Tomorrow’s “less-paper” office will remain a hybrid paper and digital workplace. The […]

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Print Renaissance

By Louella Fernandes, Quocirca Print is not dead, rather it is being re-discovered as a way to disconnect from the noisy online world and find comfort in the traditional enduring value of the printed page. Since the invention of the Gutenberg printing press in 1440, the printed word has stood the test of time, enduring […]

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