Scientists at Fraunhofer IGD have devised a purely geometric and algorithmic method for the elimination of stair-step artifacts in multi-material 3D printing. To avoid quantization errors, the surface of the object is modulated with a high-frequency signal. This results in geometrically accurate and color-true surfaces. The research team have set down their findings in a paper – Shape Dithering for 3D Printing – which will be published to coincide with SIGGRAPH, the premier conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques.
Software tool helps businesses maintain efficiency in data growth
London, 27 July 2022: Proceed Group, specialists in SAP data and document management, have seen exceptional demand for Proceed’s latest data and document manager tools in the last 12 months, with its Proceed Cella and Rightsizer tools being implemented across the globe in a bid to manage exploding data centres. Rightsizer’s latest edition will see businesses access a variety of tools that allow for the automation of their data management volumes.
The technology company is showcasing its mobile marketing automation platform Grow and the real results achieved for e-retailers across industries
MINNEAPOLIS, July 26, 2022 – Perforce Software, a leading provider of versioning, collaboration, and planning tools across the software development lifecycle, has officially launched a sophisticated solution for artists and designers: Helix DAM (Digital Asset Management). As the latest addition to their Digital Creation and Collaboration suite, Helix DAM lets creative teams in media, entertainment, and game development effectively manage and secure all of their art assets.
Data from Tessian reveals the disconnect between security leaders and employees when it comes to security cultures
July 26 2022 - New research from email security company Tessian reveals that a significant percentage of employees are not engaged in their organizations’ cybersecurity efforts and don’t understand their role in keeping their company secure.
According to the report, nearly one in three (30%) employees do not think they personally play a role in maintaining their company’s cybersecurity posture.
“The only thing constant is change.” The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus spoke these wise words long ago – but little did he know they would ring truer today than ever before.
Change – disruptive change, to be exact – has become so pervasive that we’ve come to expect it. In fact, it seems to be the one thing we can count on in these uncertain times. But that doesn’t mean it’s predictable.
High Wycombe, UK, 21 July 2022 Star Micronics, a leading manufacturer of packaged and modular specialist kiosk printing solutions, announces the latest addition to its range of Sanei SK1 kiosk printers, the SK1-311SK linerless kiosk printer. This printer enhances Star’s wide selection of highly compact Sanei open frame printers for limited space enclosures.
The Sanei SK1-311SK can be built into a kiosk to offer a versatile labelling solution that supports full glue coverage MAXStick® media, as well as PlusD diamond pattern, making it ideal for a range of applications in the retail, hospitality and transport sectors.
New research by Databarracks has shown that 38% of organizations reported cyber attack and internal breaches as a cause of data loss in 2022.
The findings come from the annual Data Health Check, a survey of 400 IT decision makers. This year’s survey focused on themes of Ransomware, Cyber, Backup, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity.
As the amount of data traffic for mission critical networks continues to grow, this directly impacts the requirement for a broader frequencies range. To meet the challenge of this increasing demand, HUBER+SUHNER has developed the LTE700 antenna, the latest addition to the Special Communication portfolio, enabling reliable communication for private and mission critical networks.
The LTE700 antenna operates between a range of 698 – 960 MHz and is able to empower private networks across a number of verticals, from private business operations such as smart metering and smart grids, to blue-light and emergency service communications, traditionally found in the lower frequency bands.
- New research from Tribe Payments shows two in five (40%) ecommerce businesses in Europe plan to open a physical store in the next three years.
- Around a third of online merchants also expect to launch their own branded store cards, mobile apps and add payment options to better compete.
- But half of ecommerce brands struggle to compete with large chains that offer an innovative customer experience at the checkout.
London, 19th July 2022 – A new report launched by payments technology provider Tribe Payments today reveals that two in five (40%) ecommerce businesses in Europe plan to open a physical store in the next three years.