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Looking To The Future

We are always hearing about new technologies and how they will make our business and personal lives better – but what does the future really hold? Living IT took time out to talk to one of the IT industry’s leading technology gurus to find out.

Cutting the cost of printing

Printer manufacturers are urging us all to switch to multifunction devices – but do we really need them, or are we simply being sold old technology that we won’t use? We talked to some industry experts about the sense of stepping up to MFPs.

Epson AcuLaser provides high quality colour in A3 format

The AcuLaser C9100 DPS is the latest addition to Epson’s popular series of business printers. Combining high-performance with quality and efficiency, the new version comes with 256 Mb RAM and a duplex unit, allowing double sided printing up to A3 size. It

Choose the right printer for your business

Just about every ink-jet and laser printer these days is colour and those that are not are usually designed for specific needs, such as multiple form impact printing and even these are increasingly rare.

How to save money with multi-function printers

Look around your office and consider your daily tasks. Chances are you'll find yourself awash in paper. But does this really need to be the case?

Bringing documents to life

According to estimates, colour can improve comprehension and accelerates learning of printed material by as much as 75% - is it time that you made more use of colour in your business?

Investment in e-commerce pays off
Bagga Menswear was first set up in 1994 and soon grew into two thriving shops. MD David Lomax has been experimenting with e-commerce since 2002 but two years ago took the radical step of closing the more successful and busiest of his two shops to give him time to concentrate on developing the e-commerce side of the business.