Our Education Technology Specialist, Rick Emmines, shares with you some of the ways Electronic Document Management Solutions (EDMS) can bring some sanity to your school’s document processes, while giving back time, and in some cases, save money.
It may not come as a surprise to you that the average organisational cost of a data breach is £5.5 million. But you may be surprised to learn that it’s not just your company’s PCs and mobile devices that are vulnerable to attacks. In fact, your printers could be a weak link in your technology infrastructure.
In an age where customer service is king, organisations need to be providing the best possible service or products to their customers. Smart leaders know they can achieve this by improving their internal processes and creating more synergy among their employees.
Since Managed Print Solutions (MPS) offer many benefits — increasing employee productivity being just one of them — it’s not surprising that many businesses say their MPS budgets were set to increase last year.
In the calm after the GDPR storm, what’s next for businesses? For the forward-thinking ones, it’s time to go beyond compliance and embrace digital transformation. In this post, Rick Emmines, our Innovation Consultant, explains why GDPR is doing more for forward-thinking businesses he is working with, rather than just driving them to compliance.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced on May 25th 2018, and will affect businesses worldwide. The regulation will affect all aspects of a company dealing with data – including print systems.
A Quocirca report published earlier this year warned that “the multifunction printer (MFP) has long been a ‘weak link’ in the IT infrastructure –one that businesses can no longer afford to be complacent about”. However, print management doesn’t need to be a weak link – the right system can make getting ready for GDPR easier.
We outline how print management solutions can enhance GDPR compliance.