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Review of the decade

As the curtain falls on the decade, the printing industry will be hoping that the next 10 years bring better fortune than the last. In a two-part look at events since the turn of the millennium, PrintWeek trawls the archive to revisit the stories that hit the headlines during one of the industry's most eventful periods

Terminating cyber attacks

With more people working from home than ever before, the threat from malicious hackers has increased exponentially, so how do you protect your business?

Die-hard litho firm learns to love digital

Keith Whisson was not always a fan of digital print: “There are too many fools buying digital presses who don’t know much about print. It has brought the value of print, which used to be a prosperous industry, rocketing down. The business has therefore become little more than a green-button-pressing exercise and about cutting everything to the bone.”

Digital adds a special touch

The skin of a lizard brought to life through tactile ink, a glitzy metallic greetings card and sophisticated security inks: all effects which once were only pipe dreams for digital printers. However, many of these digital dreams have become reality. Since the last Drupa, digital technology has come on apace, enabling applications that used to be in the domain of long-run litho work to be rolled out cost-effectively for shorter run and personalised jobs.

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