Fujitsu ScanSnap iX1500 scanner review: digitize all your documents

The Fujitsu ScanScan iX1500 exemplifies a niched function done extremely well. With superb scan quality, speed, and reliability, the ScanSnap...

January 21st, 2019 Tom Li

It just became that much easier to go paperless

The term “paperless” has been around since the 1960s. You might think that 60 years would be ample time for...

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Achieving paperless power

Almost all organizations are going — or more likely have already gone — digital. The hoopla around new tech like...

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Exhaustive testing – the key to quality for Fujitsu

Would you consider putting a scanner on an airplane and testing it thousands of metres in the sky exhaustive? Fujitsu...

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Top marks from educators for Fujitsu’s document scanning solution

While many organizations are moving toward a paperless workplace, education lags so far behind that a recent Workmobile survey gave...

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Product hits

Product hits

IBM upgrades storage virtualization softwareIBM Corp. is preparing to ship the next iteration of its storage virtualization software with extended...

June 8th, 2006 ComputerWorld Canada staff

Put RFID on front burner: Wal-Mart

Put RFID on front burner: Wal-Mart

The best way for Canadian manufacturers, distribution firms and retailers to wrap their collective, corporate heads around radio-frequency identification (RFID)...

April 7th, 2005 Stefan Dubowski

Two sides of vulnerability scanning

Two sides of vulnerability scanning

There are two approaches to network vulnerability scanning, active and passive. The active approach encompasses everything an organization does to...

March 14th, 2005 Douglas Schweitzer

Japanese bank maps veins to boost user security

Japanese bank maps veins to boost user security

Japan’s third-largest bank, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd., said it would deploy a biometric security system based on vein-pattern recognition...

October 31st, 2004 Paul Kallender