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Enterprise Tech Happenings: July 2022

By Ken Wong - on 30 Jul 2022, 9:48am

Enterprise Tech Happenings: July 2022

Note: This article was first published on 26 July 2022.

In our inaugural content series to capture the tech highlights taking place in the enterprise tech scene, we check out what DocuWorks Cloud from Fujifilm Business Innovation is all about, why Fujitsu is acquiring Enable Professional Services, how Keysight is enabling students to get realistic cybersecurity training, bringing facial recognition to the Web3 gaming space and much more.

FUJIFILM Business Innovation boosts collaboration with DocuWorks Cloud

Winner of our Best Office Printer Brand award category as voted by our readers and community from HardwareZone's Tech Awards 2022, FUJIFILM Business Innovation, has launched DocuWorks Cloud, the extension of their DocuWorks document-handling software solution for the Asia Pacific region. The new service provides a seamless workflow that enables users to create, view, and share multiple documents with various file formats without any constraints on location, time, environment, and device.

DocuWorks Cloud allows businesses to:

  •  [Create] Intuitive one-stop platform supporting multiple document formats
    • Edit, combine, or split documents without worrying about different file formats such as PDF, PowerPoint, and Word.
    • Complete daily paper-related operations such as stamping or attaching a sticky note effortlessly via this digital solution.
  • [View] Instantaneous viewing enabling immediate response
    • As a cloud service, users can access their work environment immediately to view and edit the documents if they have access to a web browser and the Internet.
    • Preview documents easily by hovering over the thumbnail of the documents uploaded to DocuWorks Cloud without opening the file. You can also flip through the pages to get all the details.
  • [Share] Easy communication and collaboration with multiple users
    • An intuitive workspace simplifying collaboration and communication where multiple users can share their data, edit the documents, exchange messages and request for follow-up actions either via the personal private folder or through the shared workspace.
    • Administrators can also view the history of all actions taken for the documents.

To enjoy enhanced secured data exchange and approvals, simply connect to “Working Folder”, FUJIFILM Business Innovation’s cloud storage service and “DocuSign”, the digital signature cloud service. Users can now exchange documents and obtain approvals with all internal and external stakeholders conveniently.

For more information, please contact the FUJIFILM Business Innovation sales team.


Epson launches new POS printer and adds more colour options to the SurePress L-6534VW

Epson’s new point-of-Sale (POS) receipt printer, the EU-m30, arrives to address the growth in kiosk sales. The small footprint device comes with USB and serial connectivity, 150 km printhead life, 1.5 million cut2 auto cutter life, and a print speed of up to 250mm/sec. Available in two colours, Epson Ultra White and Epson Black, new Epson EU-m30 POS printer is now available for sale in the region.

Epson has also added orange to the stable of colours available to the SurePress L-6534VW so that there is now Orange and High Opacity White Ink alongside the colours of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black (CMYK) Ink. It incorporates Epson’s PrecisionCore TFP Linehead Inkjet technology, Micro TFP PrecisionCore print chip and Variable Sized Droplet Technology that allows for high-resolution images of up to 1200 x 600 dpi to be rendered, with a printout speed of up to 50 metres per minute.

Visit the website or contact your nearest Epson Authorised Dealer store for more information.


Fujitsu announces plans to acquire Enable Professional Services

Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Australia announced acquisition plans for ServiceNow-specialist, Enable Professional Services. Enable’s capabilities will bolster Fujitsu’s “Business Applications,” one of seven Key Focus Areas (KFAs) under Fujitsu’s new global Uvance business brand and will see it re-branded ‘Enable, a Fujitsu company’. It will operate as a stand-alone Fujitsu company under the continued leadership of Bruce Hara in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and India.


Students to get realistic security training with Keysight Cyber Training Simulator

Students studying IT security in higher learning institutions can now have access to a turnkey cyber range that simulates real-world traffic with the Keysight Cyber Training Simulator (KCTS).

Based on Keysight's BreakingPoint solution, the cyber-range simulates real-world attacks using legitimate traffic, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) and malware, enabling students to learn from actual scenarios, not scripts. These scenarios are regularly updated by Keysight's professional teams, ensuring students are exposed and trained on the latest threats. Students also have access to a full range of Red Team and Blue Team lab exercises, based on one or more of the simplified Cyber Kill Chain stages to prepare them for the unexpected and to adapt quickly to changes. KCTS features full Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) to ensure that instructors can take full advantage of their university's investments.

Keysight customers in the education sector include Republic Polytechnic (Singapore), German Malaysia Institute (Malaysia) and the International Islamic University Malaysia.


Liquid Inc brings facial recognition into the Web3 gaming space

Japanese firm Liquid Inc is bringing their “LIQUID eKYC” authentication solution into the region through a partnership with Sakura Guild Games Pte. Ltd. (SGG) and provide identity verification at the time of registration for new SGG players.

LIQUID eKYC can provide accuracy in automatic face recognition (99.38% ※False Acceptance Rate 1/100,000 or less), enabling smooth identification verification, even when using a smartphone camera. So far it has been implemented in industries including banks, cryptocurrency exchanges, telecommunications carriers, antique (second-hand goods) buyers, the sharing economy, dating applications, and metaverse-related services.

For more information, please visit  


New features added for NVIDIA Fleet Command

Image source: NVIDIA.

NVIDIA Fleet Command, a cloud-based service for deploying, managing, and scaling AI applications at the edge, has received new features that makes it easy to provision, deploy, and manage AI systems at the edge through Fleet Command’s cloud interface.

There are also new security features like remote management for access controls and timed sessions, eliminating vulnerabilities that come with traditional VPN connections.

Multi-Instance GPU, or MIG, can partition an NVIDIA GPU into several independent instances and can assign applications to each instance from the Fleet Command user interface.

To try these features on Fleet Command, check out NVIDIA LaunchPad for free.

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