Scanning in your office probably used to mean photos, then documents, and now it means something different, too. Vulnerability scanning is a new type of scanning (more like reviewing networks than sending pictures) that involves finding security loopholes, flaws, access points, misconfigurations, and other areas that mean your system could be hacked.
Printers are essential devices in any office – they are both valuable and vulnerable. Today's printers have technological features that make them much 'smarter' than older printers with features like wifi, touch screens, programming, and more.
These features can also make printers more vulnerable to attacks, however, and print security is an important aspect of your print environment in the modern office. To understand cybersecurity, an office needs to check into all vulnerabilities, and print is a significant target for hackers and attacks.
Document scanning is a critical step in building a strong digital office. Scanning is the step that converts paper documents into digital files and can be a laborious process if not done right.
Converting a large volume of documents from hard copy to digital requires security and a streamlined process to keep quality and organization consistent.
All copiers and multifunction printers are dynamic devices to work for your business. They are also technologically capable, network-connected, and have hard drives.
This is sometimes forgotten about this equipment, but it's important to remember because the hard drive needs to be managed, wiped, and secured.
Scanning, in the digital sense, is a way to oversee your digital operations and secure your data and network. Because many organizations store data on the network, it is crucial to use vulnerability scanning, which can check for aspects of your business that are targets for security issues.
Digital Risk Management
What is your digital risk? Is this an aspect of your business that you identify, analyze, and address? If not, it’s critical to add to the oversight of your digital risk and threats to your portfolio of online security.
Managed print is the service that has saved budgets and improved business operations at companies large and small. Why has managed print been such a boon for business? Because the service addresses a major budget downfall- the often chaotic, ignored world of the print fleet.
Managed print helps save money, improve employee productivity, cut waste and excess spending, and boost sustainability. It’s a service that helps every business that makes a reasonable investment, so the question is – can it help you, too?
School budgets represent a consistent challenge of resources to provide necessary tools and equipment to educational institutions. Managing a school budget is never easy, with limited funding that changes often.
Efficient printing is essential to schools where every dollar spent could have another home. This matters because print is vital to educational institutions, but is often ignored, overlooked, or devalued as far as spending, costs, and impact.
Updating your office equipment to meet your needs is very important as businesses grow and also as technology changes. Today's copiers are entirely different than machines in the past, with higher volume capacity, more finishing features, and better security.
Canon's portfolio of copier MFPs (multifunction printers) is outstanding in operations and quality deliverables. The equipment received the 'MFP Line of the Year' award, which acknowledges the legacy of Canon dominance in the industry, advancements in technology, the brand focus on usability and dependability, and the Canon commitment to constant improvement.
Investing in managed print to consolidate and outsource printing needs can make a significant impact on your business budget.
Managed print is a service that oversees your entire print fleet in addition to repairs, maintenance, and print supplies. Cost savings operate on a fixed price either monthly, by page, or otherwise, which puts your print budget back in order so you can track and plan for a regular budget.