On October 8th and 9th, ExCel London opened its doors to visitors interested in learning more about IP networks, virtualization, cloud computing, enterprise mobility, storage and security.
The ThinPrint Reader TPR-10, a hardware-based authentication solution for Cortado's pull printing solution, Personal Printing, has been around a while now and is tried and proven. It is compatible with all common standards for RFID smart cards. Now
Secure network printing is an issue that remains pressing as there are always confidential or business-critical data which needs to travel safely from a user's PC to the paper tray of a printer. Even if the data transfer is well-protected from the
The TPR-10 ThinPrint Reader for confidential pull printing is our product of the month and will be available at a special price for our distribution partners and resellers throughout the hopefully golden October. This authentication hardware makes
We have tied a great bundle with Cortado for new Cortado customers: the TPR-20 Starter Pack for secure and cost-efficient pull printing! It includes our ThinPrint Reader TPR-10, five Smartcards and a Personal Printing annual license for five users
Pour tout achat d’un boitier ThinPrintReader TPR-10 de SEH, les nouveaux clients de Cortado reçoivent une licence gratuite du logiciel Personal Printing pour cinq utilisateurs.
Customers new to Cortado receive free Personal Printing licence for five users upon purchase of SEH ThinPrint Reader TPR-10
Our product of the month for June is our brand new mySND-120 File Access Server! mySND-120 makes the utilization of portable storage media safe and easy by restricting users access to only file types which have been defined by the IT department. It
Special Solution mySND-120 File Access Server Manages SD Cards and USB Storage Media Directly In Network
A new software version, 14.0.19, is of now available for our TPR-10 ThinPrint Reader! The most obvious change for users is that the "User-ID" on the RFID card is no longer rendered in uppercased and hyphenated form (e.g., "AB-CD-EF-GH").