Paper & printing as a source for communication
Continued innovations in technology, with social media becoming a more powerful tool than ever, have given billions of people the ability to connect seamlessly, often with little effort. Convenience and efficiency are deemed to be topline must-haves, as we have handy cloud services that digitize our essential materials like images and documents.
2016 Predictions: The Future of Printing
Printing is one of the most basic business processes; one that has been changing with respect to the conveniences that users now have at their fingertips. Next year will not see its dissolution, but rather a continued evolution with the times to fit in with the developing IT and business landscapes.
There’s no getting around it – the way in which we rely on printing has evolved over the years in cohesion with technological developments. Almost everything can now be personalized to fit individual working styles and is expected to move at even faster speed with the Internet of Things (IoT).
Cloud Printing: The Write Stuff?
Printing via the Cloud has significant business benefits to offer when done correctly: but?not all Cloud printing is created equal, and – as with any new technology – the Cloud brings with it a slew of new challenges, complex infrastructures and security concerns can mean that organisations are simply replacing one problem with another.
Looking Forward to Printing in the Future
The way in which we rely on enterprise printing solutions has evolved steadily over the years in cohesion with technological advancements.??Employers are beginning to take advantage of mobile technology and the digital workspace is becoming embedded into our culture and work-life style.?As the new generation of knowledge? workers observe one industry developing into the mobile workforce, it is only a matter of time until they are figuring out ways to adapt it to their own business sector.
2016 Predictions: The Future of Virtualized Printing
Enterprise printing has seen its fair share of technology developments that put their work at risk. The long talked about ‘paperless’ work place showed merit to potentially eliminate printing entirely, but rather than admitting defeat, printing has kept up a continuous evolution to fit in with the developing landscape. 2016 will be another year for enterprise printing to extend this evolution.