Color-Logic has certified One Step--an offset and digital printer in Davenport, Iowa--as the first Color-Logic printer in the state. Speaking about the certification, Color-Logic Co-Founder and Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "One Step, in addition to printing Color-Logic files on their Xerox Iridesse and UV offset presses, has eight internal designers ready to assist clients at the design stage. Color-Logic printers such as One Step understand that All Print Starts With Design, and when our technology is applied early in the process, the results are even more striking than when a conventional CMYK file is merely converted to use Color-Logic."

Year after year, the impact of cyber attacks on businesses of all sizes is increasing. It is estimated that the damage caused by cybercrime will reach $6 trillion annually by 2021. Internet attackers do not distinguish between industries, so it is essential for print service providers to take this threat seriously when investing in new printing and production technology. In addition, the problem is particularly acute in an industry made up primarily of small and medium-sized businesses when you consider that in 2017, more than 60% of the victims of data attacks were companies with fewer than 1,000 employees.

In the latest product update of Milestone XProtect 2019 R3 video management software, Milestone Systems introduces several new features and capabilities. These include centralized Search, a new Driver Framework, adaptive streaming and enhanced Device Password Management. With this product update, Milestone Systems continues to pursue ever higher performing software to fulfill the market’s rising demands for cost-effective video technology solutions.

Comparting on November 7 and 8, 2019: International congress highlights effects of digitization on customer communication of companies and public authorities

In Focus: Artificial Intelligence, Cloud and Digital Transformation in Document and Output Management

callas software, a leading provider of automated PDF quality assurance and archiving solutions, recently released License Server, a dynamic way of licensing callas products. With the arrival of License Server, Pixartprinting could finally migrate to a cloud-based infrastructure where they are not tied with a specific set of servers that runs pdfToolbox. Now, they can add or remove servers at will based on the workload.

callas software, a leading provider of automated PDF quality assurance and archiving solutions, has recently released its License Server, a dynamic method for licensing callas products. With the introduction of the license server, Pixartprinting was able to migrate to a cloud-based infrastructure where they are not restricted to a specific set of servers running pdfToolbox. Now they can add or remove as many servers as they want, depending on their workload.
A changing e-commerce landscape

As of 2016, the company switched to ppi Media’s production and planning solutions. Now a Digital Asset Management (DAM) System by Digital Collections, ppi Media’s partner from Hamburg, will be added as well in 2019.

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