Download the Quocirca Global Print 2025 Report
Will you be printing more in the future, or less? What impact will mobile working have in the next five years? What’s the number one concern IT managers have about their print environments? What role will digitization play in 2025?
All the latest research on print technology is inside the 2nd edition of the Quocirca Global Print 2025 Report. Mobile and BYOD printing, cloud technology, AI, security, sustainability - it’s all here.
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How you’ll print in 2020 and beyond
The technological shifts in print management over the past 20 years have been profound. It’s not that we’re printing more, but problems in printing have evolved and have impacted workplaces.
For example, ten years ago the primary drive for print management was cost saving. Today, IT teams need to address:
We build solutions that address each of those problems (and more that you haven’t thought of yet).
It’s no surprise that security is expected to be the leading area of investment for IT teams over the next few years. Unfortunately, the print environment is an often overlooked part of IT.
PaperCut’s approach to your security has been at the forefront of our development thinking since the beginning.READ MORE
The drive for sustainability
More and more workplaces are recognising the need to factor sustainability efforts into their way of working.
And your print environment is an easy place to get started.COMING SOON
The rise of the mobile worker
One of the biggest changes technology has brought over the past few years is the ability for employees to work from anywhere using laptops, mobile phones, and tablets. This trend is expected to rise in the next five years.
How you manage this paradigm shift is critical to your success and your talent retention.COMING SOON
Working in the cloud
The move away from in-house infrastructure to cloud computing has been relatively swift and profoundly effective. And yet there’s still one piece of equipment that remains in-house - the humble printer.
Here’s how the cloud and mesh computing are changing the print environments of tomorrow.COMING SOON
We’ve been crafting better printing environments for over 20 years.
– Chris Dance, PaperCut CEO and co-founder