Print 2025: The journey to digital reinvention
Print 2025 2nd edition: The research report builds on the first edition published in 2017, which has been extended to include the perspective of office workers as well. It reveals that while office workers are pushing an agenda of smart mobile working and digital collaboration, the majority of IT decision makers still envisage a print-reliant workplace to 2025 and are making investment decisions accordingly. This suggests that an IT workforce tied to traditional technologies may be one of the main barriers hindering increased productivity in the digital workplace.
Print 2025: Report bundle 2019 – special 3 report purchase
Purchase all three Print 2025 executive briefing reports as part of a special bundle. Gain access to the three research reports on: “Additive Action – 3D printing as an accelerator for digital manufacturing”, “Mastering IoT – The Big Data Opportunity for Print Manufacturers” and “The Blockchain Opportunity”
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 IoT – The Big Data Opportunity for Print Manufacturers
In this Executive Briefing report, Quocirca looks at the opportunities and challenges that embracing an IoT open platform-based economy offers the print industry. The report assesses the shift to cloud based operating models and reviews the impact of AI. The report contains recommendations to help OEMs and MPS providers to unlock new revenue streams and continue […]
The Blockchain Opportunity
As the initial hype around blockchain begins to subside, businesses are starting to explore its applications for their sector and the print industry is no different. Faced with pressure to evolve to combat the risks of disruption, print companies are keen to gain competitive advantage from innovations such as blockchain, but also cautious over the risks of backing a relatively immature technology. Our report analyses the applications for blockchain within the print ecosystem and identifies areas of opportunity and the potential hurdles to adoption.
Global Print Security 2019
Print-related breaches are costing an average of £313,000 per year, with 60% of organisations experiencing at least one print-related data loss in the past 12 months. Cyber threats and data breaches must be considered at board level as the repercussions are simply too big to ignore.
Print 2025: Report bundle – special 3 report purchase
Purchase all three Print 2025 spotlight reports as part of a special report bundle. Gain access to the three research reports on: “Digitisation the key to SMB success”, “Millennials Matter” and “Print Security in the IOT era”
Print 2025: Digitisation – The key to SMB success
Digital technologies have transformed the landscape in which small to medium size businesses (SMBs) operate, allowing them to compete in an ever-changing market. They enable more efficient business processes and better engagement between customers, employees and partners. Yet despite the potential dividends, SMBs, often hampered by time and budget constraints, have been slow to ride […]
Print 2025: Millennials Matter
This Global Print 2025 Spotlight report highlights the changing expectations of print in the workplace amongst the millennial generation and discusses the opportunity this presents for print manufacturers and their channel partners as they look to build their relevance in the rapidly changing technology landscape.
Print 2025: Print Security in the IoT Era
The Global Print 2025 Print Security Spotlight Report highlights the growing need for businesses to prioritise print security, particularly as GDPR comes into force.
The report draws on research conducted amongst 575 SMBs and large enterprises across the US and Europe in October and November 2017.