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Trade Shows & Events: We are Back at CeBIT!

After a three year break, SEH will exhibit CeBIT again. You will find us in the Managed Print Services (MPS) Park in Hall 3, where we will present our current output management solution portfolio. This includes our ISD appliances for efficient print[more]

SEH Back at CeBIT

Network Printing Specialist Shows Latest Solutions in CeBIT Managed Print Services Park[more]

SEH Technology Introduces myUTN-120 SDCardserver

Access and Share Storage Media Across Networks[more]

Partner TEC-IT Software: Barcode Printing with ISD400 Video

Our Austrian partner TEC-IT published a video demonstrating how easy it is to use ISD400 for barcode printing.[more]

Turn your Network Printers into Bar Code Printers

With TEC-IT Software "T-BarCode/Embedded" and SEHs ISD Print Spooler [more]

SEHs New ThinPrintReader TPR-10 Enables Secure and Customized Network Printing (South-Africa)

Bielefeld, Germany, July 11, 2011. – How fast can it happen: An employee prints out a document, which contains confidential or sensitive data, and when he arrives at the printer it is gone. Whether by mistake or intention – sensitive data is not[more]

SEH Technology Delivers ThinPrintReader TPR-10 US

Authentication Hardware for Secure Network Printing[more]

SEHs New ThinPrintReader TPR-10 Enables Secure and Customized Network Printing (Australia)

Bielefeld, Germany, June 22, 2011. – How fast can it happen: An employee prints out a document, which contains confidential or sensitive data, and when he arrives at the printer it is gone. Whether by mistake or intention – sensitive data is not[more]

Savings Potential: Printing Costs at Many Companies are too High

New, manufacturer-independent analysis tool from SEH reveals opportunities for printer optimization and reduced costs[more]

SEHs New ThinPrintReader TPR-10 Enables Secure and Customized Network Printing

Bielefeld, Germany, May 31, 2011. – How fast can it happen: An employee prints out a document, which contains confidential or sensitive data, and when he arrives at the printer it is gone. Whether by mistake or intention – sensitive data is not[more]