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Scaling print security for the remote workplace

Scaling print security for the remote workplace

For many, remote working is here to stay for the foreseeable future. However, claims of a resultant increase in employee productivity are off-set by the worry that endpoints - including printers - are secure from cyberattack. IT teams must scale print infrastructure...

Quocirca Printing in the Hybrid Workplace Study

Quocirca Printing in the Hybrid Workplace Study

New research amongst UK and US IT Decision Makers (ITDMs) reveals a range of changes that are being made to support workers in the evolving hybrid workplace. Quocirca conducted a snapshot study amongst 303 ITDMs across the UK (103) and US (200) in July 2020....

Zero trust in the remote working era

Zero trust in the remote working era

The massive shift to remote working as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges with the traditional network security perimeter model. The use of personal and corporate devices to access the network via public networks and third-party clouds is...

Don’t print so close to me

Don’t print so close to me

As lockdown measures are gradually relaxed and employees return to the office, will social distancing in the workplace signal a change in office printing behaviour? The changing face of the office Companies worldwide have been forced to embrace remote working. As...

Quocirca COVID-19 Survey Findings

Quocirca COVID-19 Survey Findings

COVID 19: Accelerating the need for business transformation in the print industry Visit Quocirca's COVID-19 Insight page and signup for regular updates Quocirca recently conducted a snapshot online survey between 31st March and 7th April 2020 to understand the impact...

Quocirca Predicts 2020

Quocirca Predicts 2020

In 2020 market consolidation will continue as the global print industry landscape continues to face the forces of digital disruption. Erosion of legacy revenue streams driven by hardware commoditisation and the ongoing transition to digitisation are forcing industry...