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Today, printing is often associated with multitasking devices, which are printers and scanners at the same time, but at the same time they are connected to the Internet and are really real computers. Due to the relatively low prices, such devices are ubiquitous today, both at home and in the office. You can also rent printers or said hardware, and it’s written on the skin of companies that want to avoid exorbitant initial implementation costs. However, we need to distinguish between printing on paper and printing in the broadest sense of the word. The possibilities of printing are diverse, and therefore the service activity, various finishing touches, printing on special materials, etc. are also developing. We must not forget about 3D printing, which is changing production dramatically.

Over the past 30 years, the way we work has changed many times, mainly due to the development and progress of the Internet at the beginning of the new millennium and the introduction of cloud and cloud services in the past 10 years. Printers and other printing devices have been around this whole time. Moreover, the main devices of all kinds of companies were in brand expansion or communication with target groups and partners. Its role and in-house technology have been reinvented all the time, as this was the only way to adapt printers and MFPs to the inevitable digital reality. Today, printers look very similar to their 10- to 20-year-old predecessors, but the technology that drives them is far from the previous versions.

What has changed for the printing industry in recent decades?

Gone are the days when only a print job was available. Today, document management systems and management devices that can automate processes such as receipt processing and inventory management are at the fore. Since paperwork is still very common and also vital for smooth business, the data in newly created paper documents must be captured and managed as part of the digitization of the workflow. Intelligent MFPs can electronically capture and scan documents directly to popular business solutions for businesses such as SAP. At the same time, they can automate workflows without the help of third-party software, helping companies streamline operations.

How to recover lost data in Android?

You have accidentally deleted an important document, valuable photo or sensitive information. What now? What is the easiest way to recover lost data?

We are all guilty of inadvertently deleting files. In that split second we watch a file disappear from our phone, and a wave of terror and despair overwhelms us. Don’t worry, we haven’t lost anything yet. Just like we are used to on computers, we can also recover deleted files on smartphone. The process is not as easy as computers, but there are quite a few tricks and apps to recover deleted files quickly. Some Android skins have a trash can feature already built into your smartphone, so you don’t have to look for third-party solutions to get your data back.

You can find more in the latest issue of Computer News, already available in your favorite newspapers and magazines.

Also not to be missed in this issue of the novice Računalniške:

  • Google Maps with air quality display
  • All the details Apple revealed at the annual WWDC 2022
  • How to recover lost data in Android?
  • The first solar-powered electric car saw the light of day

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