Read online or download now: Managed.IT issue 58
In this issue:
What’s New: The month’s best new products and services
Bulletin: COVID-19 accelerates cloud infrastructure investment
Safety at work: A selection of products, apps and services for a Covid-secure workplace
Automation: David Poole explains how to reap the benefits of hyperautomation
Video meetings: How one Italian winery is using Microsoft Teams to get closer to consumers
Unified communications: Avaya launches UCaaS solution for calling, team messaging, video and conferencing
Asset management: ITAM Forum launched to raise profile of IT asset management
SAM: What the shift to remote working means for software asset managers
Computers: Acer covers all bases with new line-up
Broadband: Rising to the challenge of gigabit-capable broadband network expansion
Managed services: The benefits of a cloud IT managed service
Archiving: Ben Saxton explains what to look for in a digital preservation platform
Cloud workspaces: IGEL inspires confidence with new testing and verification programme
I couldn’t do my job without…: Simon Walker, MD of Parajet, picks his favourite work tools
On the cover
Workgroups and small businesses that require the flexibility and sophisticated functionality of an
A3 colour MFP but in a compact A4 device will find just what they are looking for in Toshiba’s new e-STUDIO400AC series of A4 colour MFPs.
Meeting the diverse needs of
busy workgroups, these productive
devices incorporate Advanced
Toshiba e-BRIDGE Next controller technology, offering seamless integration with a company’s existing print infrastructure and business processes, as well as support for mobile and cloud printing.
A 10.1in touchscreen provides intuitive tablet-style operation for quick and easy interaction with workflows, embedded apps, third party solutions, smart MFP functionality and a built-in web browser.
The customisable display can be used to turn complicated multi-step processes into time-saving one-touch functions, helping to maximise productivity and avoid bottlenecks. It can also be personalised so that when each user authenticates themselves at a device the home screen displays their choice of apps and permissions.
There are two models in the range – the 33 pages per minute e-STUDIO330AC and the 40 pages per minute e-STUDIO400AC. Both produce high quality colour output on a range of print media, from envelopes to banners, and feature a dual scan document feeder capable of scanning both sides of the page in a single pass.
For security, the devices support NFC and/or card-based authentication and, as standard, come with a self-encrypting Toshiba Secure HDD that prevents sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands.
Like other Toshiba MFPs, the e-STUDIO400AC series is delivered carbon neutral through Toshiba’s Carbon Zero Scheme. In addition, customers can use the e-BRIDGE Plus for Green Information app to save energy and paper costs through on- screen monitoring, reporting and advice.
The e-STUDIO400AC series will be available at the end of August.
To find out more about the machines and their many time-saving features, please visit toshibatec.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org