Both products provide secure drag-&-drop delivery via the Web, without the need for a user ID or passwords being distributed to clients. Printsure also enables pre-flighting in the clients' browser, prior to artwork delivery.
Square is also working closely with Dev Zero G on a range of new communications and workflow products, to be announced shortly.
PC World PC World has opened the doors of its newly refurbished Croydon store – which now has a major Mac presence.
The 40,000-square feet superstore offers a dedicated Apple village manned by Apple-trained staff. The store offers dedicated training facilities, a support centre, broadband Internet, and a café.
Macxtreme Frank Warren TV is teaming up with Macxtreme to offer live online boxing coverage this Saturday.
The four-hour broadcast from the Ricky Hatton-Ben Tackie bout will take place on Saturday December 13. It costs £1.50, if viewers sign-up before 11.59pm today (December 12). After that time the charge is £3.
Although Frank Warren TV and Macxtreme will be unable to broadcast the actual bout – Sky TV has the rights – the company will broadcast live footage of Ricky Hatton in his preparation for the clash, live ringside interviews, while Warren will provide a live commentary throughout the match.
Free reruns of the Hatton-Tackie and Witter-Pinto world championship fights will be offered for 72 hours following the fight.