08 May 2018
| by Sunetra Chakravarti
Fridge freezers that auto-order milk, kettles that boil water using an app and thermostats that you control from your car... the internet and things that run on it have come a long way since Sir Tim Berners-Lee decided that a network to share data with colleagues at CERN would be a good idea.
20 June 2016
| by Dan Watson
A printing business is a technology business, with many elements vital to its smooth operation – from fast networks and file storage systems, to security and e-commerce platforms. PrintWeek asked a raft of experts in these fields, as well as printers themselves, about how they’re dealing with these challenges, and what’s on the horizon to be aware of.
26 January 2015
| by Richard Stuart-Turner
Migrating IT to a hybrid cloud system boosted Romax’s security, scalability and ability to collaborate.
08 December 2014
| by Simon Eccles
What happened to repro? Around a decade or so ago most photographs were still taken on film and getting them into halftone print required high-quality scanners together with repro operators with the skill and experience to get the best from the resulting digital files.
15 September 2014
| by Becky Waller-Davis
Breaches of data have made headlines in recent times, from Edward Snowden’s revelations about the National Security Agency to the loss by Paddy Power of nearly 700,000 customers’ details this July.
24 May 2013
| by Jon Severs
An FTP site can be a confusing place to be. Even with service support acting as a guide, print clients looking to submit files can often still find themselves wandering aimlessly for hours without getting to where they are supposed to be in order to upload their job. It's an issue that is costing printers money.
16 April 2012
| by Jenny Roper
GMG says this production workflow boasts highly accurate colour matching that ensures consistency across multiple substrate types