Printing and Imaging
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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.

4:30

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.

6:00

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.

2:50

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.

2:00

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.

4:20

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.

3:30

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.

7:20

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.

2:50

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.

2:40
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]

3:50

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.