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.
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.
Did you know if you are running uniFLOW V5.2 the official support from Canon and NT-ware ends in April 2018? In preparation, we’re taking a look at your options to help you decide what to do. Should you upgrade, replace, or do nothing at all?
Your to-do list, despite your best efforts, isn’t getting any shorter. Hours of your time every day are seemingly disappearing into thin air. You’re probably asking, “how can I reduce my paperwork?” Sound familiar? If it does, you’re not alone – recent research suggests admin, and bureaucracy are the most time-consuming tasks for small business owners.
Device Manager NX is a powerful new tool from Ricoh, which puts control of an entire device fleet in the hands of the customer. Device Manager NX empowers an IT Administrator to easily and efficiently manage their entire fleet of networked devices from one central computer. From one intuitive dashboard on their computer screen they can Auto Discover their networked devices, Ricoh as well as 3rd party, and perform batch configurations to specific device groups or even the entire fleet.