Thousands of printers are highly vulnerable to hacking attacks
Printers remain highly vulnerable to hacking attacks and lag behind in terms of security. This is the conclusion of two Italian researchers in a paper on the security of printers against attack methods.
The research paper shows that, despite recent hacking attacks in which printers were the sour... Read more
Sharp Synappx wants to be the glue in the modern workplace
Sharp today announced a new brand name within its portfolio. Synappx will eventually be a full suite of products, applications and services, all focused on collaboration and productivity in the workplace. The first two services are Synappx Go and Synappx Meeting. We were able to get a closer look a... Read more
Epson expands its range of technical printers with two new models
Epson has expanded its range of technical printers with two new models. These are the 24-inch SureColor SC-T3100x and the 36-inch SureColor SC-T5400M.
The SureColor SCT3100x is a successor to the SCT3100. According to Epson, the entry-level desktop printer offers affordable, reliable performance for... Read more
Konica Minolta AIT technology makes printing with stringent requirements easier
Konica Minolta has added its new Auto Inspection Technology (AIT) to its Intelligent Quality Care system IQ-501. This automatically inspects each individual printed sheet and ensures that only the sheets that meet the most stringent requirements are delivered.
Konica Minolta designed AIT as a fully ... Read more