Your printing fleet deserves just as much consideration when it comes to security as your IT network. If left unsecured, your devices will be vulnerable to hacking and other threats. Here are four ways to improve your document security.
Print environments can be costly and a hassle to deal with. That’s why many companies are turning to managed print services to minimize the expense of printing. You can reduce visible expenses as well as hidden costs with the help of managed print. Maximize your benefits with these four tips.
Staying on top of manufacturer industry news is important to Edge, and we want to share current information with our customers. Today we share about the importance of document scanning for your business continuity plan. Disaster recovery is essential for any company to provide services after their systems are affected by natural disasters or system failures.
If you’ve got an office full of paper documents you know how frustrating wading through the piles can be. There is a solution to these mountains of files, and it is scanning to PDF. The PDF format is easily shared and will help organize all your current files.
All companies need an information security plan, but that doesn’t mean that they do. If your files are not protected either in a locked filing cabinet or with online security measures, your data is at risk. Follow these four tips to increase your document security.
4 Common Security Risks
1. Exposed Paper Documents
You’ve heard of managed print, but you’re not sure exactly how it might benefit your business. It’s smart to be skeptical, but it’s also important to ask questions and do research. Here are three questions about managed print that pop up frequently.
Spring is around the corner, and that means cleaning becomes imminent. If you’ve been putting off decluttering during the long winter months now is the time to tackle this project. Organizing your office can spur productivity and energize your environment.
No one wants to consider the consequence of downtime on business, but not being prepared can be disastrous. To set yourself up for a quick recovery you should analyze your business and IT processes to see how they would be affected by a system malfunction.