At the end of June, the vulnerability in the Windows print spooler known as PrintNightmare was published. At the beginning of July, Microsoft provided patches for it to close the gap. Since the problem is found in Windows' Printer Spooler service, Windows Print Spooler has often been disabled as a workaround. However, such disabling may affect some SEAL Systems software components. We recommend to apply the patch instead. Learn more.
For the past two weeks, SEAL Systems employees worldwide have been working from their home offices. And many of our customers and partners have also moved to the home office. Here is our report on how everything is going.
Special times require special measures. SEAL Systems has decided that all employees will work from home from now on until further notice. With this we want to support the necessary efforts to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 virus and protect our employees and society. What does that mean for you?
The newest release of our output management engine is PLOSSYS 4.5.3., with many new functions and features which we’ll discuss in detail below. PLOSSYS 4.5.3. is the continuation of a tradition established in previous releases: even more secure, more robust, more efficient. It’s available immediately in new installations and updates.
Corporate Output Management features a device independent Secure & PickUp Printing function. This way you can secure the output of all sensitive or confidential documents in your company by printing only after the user has identified himself directly at the printer he wants to retrieve his output from. In addition, a lot of unnecessary paper output can be saved if Secure & PickUp Printing is set as default configuration. Our Corporate Output Managment solution works independently from vendors, models and properties of your hardware. Learn more in our new white paper!
You’re interested in output management and always wanted to know just what that is, how it works, and what output management can do? In this blog entry, Johannes Hesel, head of our Corporate Output Management division, answers your questions on this subject.
Stefan Scherer, a software developer at SEAL Systems was named Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft. This is a prize awarded annually to recognize the leading members of technical communities worldwide. With just over 4,000 awardees worldwide, the Microsoft MVPs are a highly select group of experts.
For the past business year 2015 the SEAL Systems group announces a complete turnover of 13.6 million Euro (last year 12.4 millioin Euro). The annual net profit of the AG is 695,000 Euro.
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