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Quocirca Cloud Print Services Landscape 2020 report

Cloud print services are emerging as a way of minimising the cost and improving the efficiency of operating an on-premise print infrastructure. Reducing or eliminating reliance on local print servers, along with shifting print management to the cloud, enables businesses to move from a CapEX to an OpEX model. Flexible and scalable subscription-based pricing provides lower and more predictable costs, while IT burden is reduced as tasks are managed by a third-party cloud print services provider.

6 advantages of cloud print services

Quocirca’s Cloud Print Services 2020 report reveals the opportunities for managed print service (MPS) providers and their customers in transitioning to a cloud-based print infrastructure.? The report highlights the key offerings from manufacturers and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) in the market and discusses the potential for cloud to disrupt the traditional model of procuring and managing the print infrastructure.

Sustainability: How the print industry is applying circular economy principles

Quocirca’s report discusses how the print industry is making moves towards embracing circular economy principles. It is widely recognised that natural resource scarcity and impacts during use mean the traditional “take, make, waste” production model is not sustainable and must be rejected in favour of a circular, regenerative approach that strives to maintain products at the highest value and utility for as long as possible. Download the executive summary to find out more.

Quocirca Managed Print Services Landscape, 2019

Quocirca’s MPS 2019?report examines the competitive landscape for managed print services (MPS) and discusses the key market drivers and trends that will shape future MPS engagements. It draws on new research conducted in June 2019. The survey covered organisations...

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...

Additive Action – 3D printing as an accelerator for digital manufacturing

The briefing looks at the potential to change the way in which products are made using 3D printing, from conception to implementation and delivery. These changes will have far-reaching impacts on business ecosystems, technological convergence, and sustainability and business leaders must, therefore, have a thorough understanding of the market trends and drivers to successfully tap into the cost savings, increased flexibility, and shorter time to market these new technologies.

Mastering the Internet of Things – Report

As businesses prioritise efficiency and productivity, they are looking to technology suppliers to deliver data-driven insights and value-added services. The briefing looks at the evolution of the open, data-driven platform economy and the importance of collaboration with third party data partners to offer services that go beyond the conventional print environment. It also explores the role and capabilities of intelligent MFPs in data generation and analysis as part of the IoT and looks at how cloud and AI will influence the future of the industry.

Infographic: The State of Print Security 2019

Global Print Security 2019 reveals that SMBs and enterprises continue to be concerned about print security.?The infographic illustrates the various areas of concern as organisations continue to suffer print related data loss incidents.

The Blockchain Opportunity

Quocirca’s report ‘The Blockchain Opportunity’ analyses the applications for blockchain within the print ecosystem and identifies areas of opportunity and the potential hurdles to adoption.

Quocirca Global Print Security Landscape, 2019

Quocirca’s Global Print Security Landscape, 2019 discusses the risks of unsecured printing and recommends best practices for integrating print into an overall information security strategy. It highlights some of the key offerings by print manufacturers and independent software vendors (ISVs) in the market.