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Cloud Printing
Security and Compliance

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Cloud providers focus more on security than most enterprises will ever be able to

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The level of security in cloud print services

Security models need to change


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Report their security team is understaffed

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Are confident that their print infrastructure is fully protected

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Have an encryption strategy applied consistently across their enterprise

How do you plan for cloud print security?

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Always Up To Date


Secure Data

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Trusted Access

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Securely Monitors

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Compliant Processes

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Securing users

Cloud is transforming business and disrupting traditional security models. All around you, IT is modernising in every area, but print is lagging behind. If you’re still wasting time manually dealing with printers, permissions and print servers, you could leverage best-in-class security features in the cloud to eliminate time-intensive tasks, automatically update users and devices, connect your Cloud AD, and more.

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Securing Users

Protecting data

Domains and networks are more complex than ever, and you know it’s not enough to simply rely on your firewall to keep data secure. You might want to explore new ways to align print with wider IT policies such as authentication, authorisation and role-based access control, data storage and encryption, and if you’re building a roadmap for implementing zero-trust, find out how cloud-based print works in a zero trust environment.

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Protecting data

Process compliance

Compliance with data protection regulations isn’t just a regulatory requirement it can also impact on customers’ perception and brand loyalty. You might think you’ve got it covered, but the goalposts are constantly moving. Our solutions are regularly updated, enabling an always secure print infrastructure environment, GDPR compliance and ongoing protection across confidentiality, integrity and availability of your systems and your data.

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Data center security

Data center security includes physical security, requiring site planning to limit physical break-ins, and network security, where security engineers install firewalls and anti-malware programs to prevent breaches. Any business that relies on a data center for all or even part of its operations should have multiple physical and network security measures in place that protect the information contained in the data center from loss, malicious manipulation, and theft.

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