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Walter Hale looks at the developments in quantum computers and whether the technology could take business into another dimension. 

What's new in the realm of design, workflow and W2P software, and how could these packages help your business? Richard Stuart-Turner finds out.

Are you vulnerable to cyber attack? You may think not, but Walter Hale writes why you may need to change that thinking if you don’t want hackers holding you hostage.

Could bespoke or off-the-shelf software packages help you to more closely collaborate with your customers? Richard Stuart-Turner investigates..

The iPhone has peaked. You can read that a gazillion times a day in certain parts of the internet. Yet whatever the sales prospects for Apple’s core product - and, let’s remember, the iPhone 8 is due out later this year, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of this breakthrough technology - the smartphone has only just begun to transform the way we do business.

It’s less than 18 months since Oki Data Corporation completed the acquisition of Seiko I Infotech, a move that brought it into the large-format digital inkjet arena. So can this sector newbie compete in what is now an established marketplace?

What are the latest digital textile printer developments, and could any of this kit be right for your business? Richard Stuart-Turner reports.

You wondering where you can incorporate artificial intelligence in you business? Before you wryly dismiss the idea read what Walter Hale has to say on the subject.

What does 2017 and beyond hold for this UK-based finishing systems manufacturer and those investing in its kit? Lesley Simpson went to find out.

What technical developments are going to create the biggest impact in large-format in 2017? Richard Stuart-Turner investigates.

Isn’t it blindingly obvious that more businesses should be putting solar panels on their roof? Walter Hale looks into the solar power debate.

What’s happening in the world of substrates that will give large-format PSPs an edge? Richard Stuart-Turner looks at what’s new, what’s unusual and what’s coming up.