Printing and Imaging

Can we ever do away with printed documents?

Printing, scanning and other paper-based activities are still very common in the corporate sphere, says KDS Direct.


Don't be naïve about digital printing

With traditional media advertising losing ground to online marketing, packaging remains the one traditional consumer touchpoint that is undiminished, says Kemtek Imaging Systems.


How tech will support life on Mars

Technologies like solar energy, 3D printing and machine learning can be useful to make Mars habitable, says aspiring extra-terrestrial, Dr Adriana Marais.


Technology's impact on labels

Thermal transfer technology entails a printer heating a ribbon to transfer a print onto a label substrate. Three simple components that need to be perfectly aligned.


Kyocera moves into first place

Kyocera Document Solutions SA has moved into first position in the overall South African copier and multifunction printer market in Q2 2018.


A non-compliant printer can be a company's downfall

Getting the company compliant with POPI and the GDPR is in its best interest, as non-compliance carries stiff penalties, says Werner Engelbrecht, GM at Kyocera Document Solutions South Africa.


Future-proofing SA for the fourth industrial revolution

Speaking at a recent Women in ICT Seminar, Dr Cherise Dunn noted that women can leverage the fourth industrial revolution to make their mark.


Print as a service

Printing is no longer merely about the hardware, it's all about the capabilities that the software enables, says Sizwe Africa IT Group.


Kyocera announces local Service Awards winners

The top achiever, Chris Pelser from Page Automation, will compete against other regional winners in the EMEA Annual Service Awards.

Aug 23, 2018

Meet the Versant colourful heroes

The Xerox Versant family of printers provides automation, consistent ultra-HD resolution, and more substrate options. [Local rep: Bytes Document Solutions]


New HIRAX telescope to explore dark energy, radio flashes

SA launches HIRAX, a multimillion-rand radio telescope that will help the country take the lead in the new age of radio astronomy and scientific exploration.