Enhanced productivity, expanded print services and brilliant quality
Konica Minolta has launched the AccurioPress C3080 series, its revolutionary production digital colour press with features developed to let commercial printers expand into new markets and print revenue streams.
The versatility and reliability offered by the AccurioPress C3080 series lets print professionals surpass their requirements for on-demand printing, which customers now expect. With high print speeds of up to 81ppm that equates to 4,399 A4 sheets per hour or 2,113 SRA3 sheets per hour, the C3080 will help commercial printers manage print deadlines with ease.
The AccurioPress C3080 and the C3070 are both available with the new IQ-501 Intelligent Quality Optimiser that provides a higher level of colour consistency, automated sheet registration (image-on-image, image-on paper and front to back side registration) on every page, measured and managed automatically, in real time, by the digital press.
The IQ-501 Intelligent Quality Optimiser drives results and will further assist to meet customer expectations by: eliminating variability in colour and registration; reducing waste through real-time auto correction/detection; reducing manual intervention; increasing uptime with automated, system self-correction; and executing the highest standards of colour accuracy.
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Konica Minolta Australia has announced the availability of its new portfolio of A4 mono printers, all-in-one devices and multifunction printers (MFPs). Offering enhanced performance and modern interfaces for effortless operation, the portfolio delivers reliability, quality and economy across a range of low-footprint A4 devices. Encompassing everything from premium, highly customisable, enterprise-class MFPs, to cost-effective out-of-the-box printing solutions for small offices, the new portfolio meets the full scope of monochrome imaging requirements.
Shane Blandford, director of marketing and innovation, Konica Minolta, said, “Knowing how to choose the right printer is an important part of ensuring that a business is supported for future growth. Regardless of the size of the business, Konica Minolta has a solution that can meet its needs.”
Sophisticated, full-featured A4 solutions: bizhub 4052 and bizhub 4752 MFPs
Konica Minolta’s new high-end A4 models succeed the existing bizhub 4050 and 4750. They share the IT architecture of Konica Minolta’s A3 devices and provide the same functionality and familiar user experience through identical interfaces. As with their A3 siblings, the new A4 MFPs fully support server-based as well as embedded applications for easier customisation of the user interface (UI). The bizhub 4052 and 4752 are the first Konica Minolta A4 devices with dual scan feeders, improving on the performance of their predecessors with faster scan speeds of up to 94 ipm in duplex.
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- New technology integration improves endpoint security hygiene and fortifies threat defences across the enterprise
- Together, ForeScout and Carbon Black maximise threat hunting across managed corporate endpoints and unmanaged BYOD and IoT devices
- Automated threat response and network containment limits malware propagation, shortens dwell time and reduces remediation costs
ForeScout Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSCT), a leading internet of things (IoT) security company, and Carbon Black (NASDAQ:CBLK), a leader in next-generation endpoint security, announced a new integration to fortify endpoint defences and accelerate threat containment across enterprise networks. The ForeScout Extended Module for Carbon Black combines ForeScout’s agentless visibility capabilities with Carbon Black’s advanced endpoint protection, offering intelligence from Carbon Black for Indicators of Compromise (IoCs), threat hunting, and ForeScout’s automated remediation and threat response.
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Sydney, Australia – Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, today announced that Ixia, a Keysight Business, is first to ship a 400GE test system with multi-rate 200/100/50GE speed options for the K400 400GE QSFP-DD load module family. These multi-rate speed options allow network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) to test products at speeds based on the new IEEE 802.3cd draft standard and IEEE 802.3bs standard using the 400GE QSFP-DD module at 200GE, 100GE, and 50GE speeds, from a single port.
The demand for bandwidth intensive data centre services such as 4K video and 5G mobile network services is pushing data centre and network operators to equipment with the smallest footprint, lowest power consumption, and fastest electrical interfaces. As a result, network equipment manufacturers are moving from technology based on 28Gb/s electrical lanes with non-return-to-zero (NRZ) encoding to faster 56Gb/s electrical lanes with PAM4 encoding.
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Sydney, Australia – Brennan IT has been named the AusCERT 2018 Member Organisation of the Year in recognition that the company fixed the largest percentage of vulnerabilities or incidents reported by AusCERT through its member security incident notifications (MSINs).
Stephen Sim, CEO, Brennan IT, said, “This award wasn’t decided by a vote or a panel; it was based purely on performance and numbers.
“Combatting cyber risks is a key strategic business issue for organisations around the world. Like many other businesses, Brennan IT continues to search for ways to proactively improve cybersecurity across the organisation. This award recognises that the business has done that successfully and, although the work will never be done with regard to cybersecurity, it confirms Brennan IT’s ongoing proactive commitment to security.”
Brennan IT takes a multi-layered approach to cybersecurity recognising that attacks can come from a wide range of sources. It’s essential that individual security products and technologies work together to form a cohesive security fabric that covers the complete ICT environment – from the network and endpoint to the cloud and beyond. This is the only way to combat cyber-attacks and minimise the occurrence of a data breach.
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Sydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has appointed Tim Saleeba to the role of sales manager for production and industrial print in Victoria.
Tim is responsible for leading the sales team across the production and industrial print portfolios including its industry-leading digital production print systems for commercial printers, print franchises, service providers and government and corporates with print rooms.
Tim has 20 years’ experience within the print industry. Prior to this role, Tim was the general manager for Canon professional print. He has also held various other roles at Canon including general manager – production print group and general manager – direct sales.
Tim Saleeba said, “As an outsider I had been impressed by what I’d seen and heard about the culture and go-to-market strategies at Konica Minolta so when this role became available I knew it was right for me.
“The production and industrial print product portfolio will let Konica Minolta provide new opportunities to assist its customers to grow revenues and increase profits. I look forward to helping customers in commercial print understand how Konica Minolta’s digital print offering can help them thrive by addressing the balance between electronic mediums and traditional print.”
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Sydney, Australia – The very first Concur customer in Australia and New Zealand has recently become Concur’s first Certified Implementation Partner (CIP). The certification means Deloitte will configure SAP Concur solutions directly for its clients, along with continuing to provide existing client-side integration services including solution design, project governance, and change management.
While Deloitte has already been advising businesses on how to integrate SAP Concur into both large-scale SAP-based enterprise and mid-market programs this new agreement takes that alliance one step further.
Matthew Goss, managing director, ANZ, SAP Concur, said, “This milestone certification with Deloitte reflects the increasing demand in the Australian and New Zealand marketplace for smarter and more scalable travel, expense, and invoice management solutions delivered as-a-service. As businesses have explored digital transformation, the value of these solutions has become crystal clear: companies are saving money through reduced expenses and streamlined processes. SAP Concur’s relationship with Deloitte is incredibly strong and this expanded alliance will let new customers gain similar benefits by using SAP Concur.”
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SYDNEY – May 29, 2018 – Teradata (NYSE: TDC), the leading cloud-based data and analytics company, announced that Teradata IntelliCloud, its as-a-service offering for analytics at scale, is now being offered with flexible deployment options in Australia. The IntelliCloud service enhancements give customers using the platform increased flexibility and greater control over their enterprise analytics. Together, these updates offer customers around the globe the ability to re-focus in-house resources on business value and actionable insights, rather than on infrastructure, ensuring they receive full value from their analytic investments.
“Teradata is committed to providing its customers the fastest path to secure, scalable analytics in the cloud. In today’s data-fueled world, there is tremendous pressure to move quickly to subscription-based consumption, and enterprises with limited time and talent are struggling to acquire insights from their exploding data sources, volumes and types,” said Peter Mikkelsen, Executive Vice President International at Teradata. “We launched IntelliCloud to meet this need because no other company could create an as-a-service offering that delivers the speed, security and flexibility required for today’s massive and sophisticated enterprise analytic workloads.
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Sydney, Australia – Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced that Ixia, a Keysight Business, has collaborated with VMware to develop a solution that accelerates partner certification of network products to interoperate with the VMware NSX network virtualisation platform.
The solution uses Ixia’s IxNetwork to enable network equipment manufacturer (NEM) partners to self-certify their products with VMware NSX in a range of network topologies, helping them save significant costs while improving time-to-market.
VMware NSX delivers a completely new operational model for networking that forms the foundation of the Software-Defined Data Centre. The NSX platform supports any IP-based underlay hardware, and the VMware NSX Technology Partner Program provides support and certification for the integration of partners’ hardware switching and routing solutions with NSX. Ixia and VMware have worked together to develop and incorporate the required testing capabilities in the IxNetwork solution to facilitate the certification process for NEMs. Enterprises can then validate their network performance with the solution as well.
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Company easily achieves certification using its own solution, which enables any business to embed best practices, standards and risk management in daily work
M-Files Corporation, the intelligent information management company, announced it has achieved recertification for ISO 9001:2015, the world’s leading quality management standard, and maintained its ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certificate for the information security system associated with its cloud operations. M-Files is one of only a few select vendors in the information management space that has achieved both of these certifications, and in particular, by deploying its own information management and QMS product.
The ISO 9001:2015 certification recognises M-Files for the quality management system (QMS) the company uses for its core business processes related to designing, developing, delivering and supporting information management software and related services. Unlike prior ISO 9001 editions, which focused on the requirements for effective quality management in an organisation, the new ISO standard requires organisations to proactively evaluate and address potential risks that may be present in daily operations.
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