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Lexmark boosts MPS offerings with new Cloud Print Infrastructure

Lexmark has announced the availability of its new Cloud Print Infrastructure (CPI) – a complete as-a-service solution designed to utilises IoT and cloud technologies to boost its managed print services (MPS) offerings. With Lexmark CPI, customers can access a modern, secure print environment through a subscription service in which they …

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World Environment Day: The importance of sustainable printing

As World Environmental Day comes around once again, Gemma Glen, product marketing manager of OKI Europe’s North West Region, outlines the various ways recycling has been shown to benefit the printing industry and how small milestones can play a significant role in contributing to the journey. Every year, thousands of …

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3D spintronics could lead to new forms of computing

Physicists from the University of Glasgow have found a new way to successfully pass data between ultra-thin films using tiny magnets, which they say could lead to new forms of computing. The new form of magnetic interaction, which pushes a formerly two-dimensional phenomenon into the third dimension, could open up …

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AO World reports £18.9m loss

Electrical and white goods retailer AO World has reported annual losses of £18.9 million covering the year ending March 31st. This comes after pre-tax losses of £13.5 million in the previous financial year. Boss John Roberts has blamed tough trading in the UK and Europe for its losses. The retail …

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Mio launches MiVue 798 and 798 Dual dash cams

Dash cam and navigation system brand Mio is extending its 7 Series range with the new MiVue 798 and MiVue 798 Dual. The two new models offer sharper, high resolution footage if the worst was to happen and indisputable proof was required. Created to capture every detail, the camera provides …

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PCR’s guide to the latest memory and motherboards

If you’re looking to expand your components range, check out our roundup of the latest memory and motherboards on the market. ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D41 DDR4 Gaming Memory (Pictured above) Specs: RGB lighting, programmable lighting effects, speeds with wide operating frequencies ranging from 2666MHz to 5000MHz, easy overclocking with Intel …

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UKFast sees huge growth in public sector arm

Cloud hosting firm UKFast has announced that its public sector arm is set to deliver 100% growth for a second consecutive year and is on track to make up 10% of the firm’s overall revenue by 2020. The public sector department accounts for a steadily increasing percentage of the firm’s …

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Becrypt announces new channel strategy

Endpoint cybersecurity software solutions provider Becrypt has announced its new single-tier channel strategy for its Disk Protect family of products. Becrypt currently has a single-tier approach in place to sell its security-focused operating system, Paradox, and this has proved highly successful, therefore it will now mirror this strategy for its more …

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The future is now: The latest development in AR and VR

From training retail workers and increasing warehouse safety to making gaming more immersive, the advancements in augmented and virtual reality are seeping into many corners of our lives. Whether it’s for work or pleasure, there’s no doubt that at some point you’ll be interacting with augmented software or even donning …

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