Yearly Archives: 2018


By our guest blogger Jane Sandwood. Globally, only half as many self-employed folks describe their well-being in positive terms, compared with people working full time for an employer. Self-employed writers juggle numerous roles, from producing content to bookkeeping, often logging long hours in isolation. It’s a recipe for burnout, which often manifests as… Read More »

How Writers Can Win the Battle Against Burnout   Recently updated !




PlagScan Beispiel Bericht
The plagiarism report is one of PlagScan’s key features. Upon submission of a document, our users receive an interactive report displaying the results of the plagiarism investigation. The colored highlighting of matches and the source list simplify the evaluation process for our users. PlagScan also provides the option to visit… Read More »

New Split View for the Plagiarism Report Enhances User Experience ...


kartik adur
We’ve received a lot of applications for our frontend developer position during the last couple months. We had a difficult time to evaluate all the great candidates. However, we finally found the perfect fit for our team, whom we would like to welcome this week. Kartik Adur from Pune, India… Read More »

New Frontend Developer from India Joins the PlagScan Team



By our guest blogger Jane Sandwood. In 2017, an estimate of 43% of cybersecurity attacks were aimed at companies containing 250 employees or less. Small businesses are among the most vulnerable establishments for hacking, because they often transmit valuable personal data without adequate defense mechanisms. To best prepare themselves, small business owners… Read More »

Small Business Face Greater Cybersecurity Risks




Repository
PlagScan users want to make good use of their time – this usually doesn’t include manual administration tasks. Still, systems have to be adapted and maintained to provide smooth service. However, everybody is different: Requirements can vary to an extent that is just as large as the number of our… Read More »

New Options for Institutions to Customize PlagScan


Good developers are defined by the quality of their codes. In the software industry, writing good code means saving the money that may be invested in testing, updating, extending or fixing bugs. In this article, I will show you real-life examples of some techniques and ideas that will help you… Read More »

Software Development, Advanced Techniques and Ideas for Better Coding



  PlagScan has been one of the leading plagiarism checkers on the education market for several years. Due to many years of experience with educational institutions, we have adapted our software to the needs of teachers and learners in the best ways. Since some educational institutes – and also commercial… Read More »

PlagScan-in-a-BOX – Your Private Solution for Maximum Security


submission document flow
2018 is the year of submissions! We planned new improvements for this feature in two steps. As we present the first step today, you will learn the following options we’ve created for teachers/professors and students. If you have not heard of the submission feature at all, please click here. You will… Read More »

Submissions Changes: Deadlines – Communication – Setting predefined