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The General Data Protection Regulation deadline is fast approaching! The GDPR is intended to harmonise existing Data Protection laws across the EU. Firstly it will strengthen the rights of citizens around the use of their personal data. It will also increase the responsibility on data processors and controllers when undertaking the lawful processing of personal data of EU citizens. The foundation of a GDPR compliant system is a well designed and secure information system. An unsecure print system can leave your organisation vulnerable for two reasons: it is a point of entry for an attacker, and printed documents themselves can be a source of data loss.
Below are 5 practical steps you should take to have your printing system comply with GDPR requirements:
In today’s competitive market, the ability to efficiently access and disseminate information is fundamental to business success. Digicom partners with Ricoh Managed Document Services to offer tailored solutions to optimise your document processes so that accurate information is securely available when it is needed.
Our service addresses the three essential elements of document management:
– The creation of information
– The movement of information around your business
– The processing of information so that it delivers business value
Each Managed Document Services solution is designed around your needs, both in terms of your goals and how your business works.
The way we work today is changing and our workplaces are having to adapt to the ever increasing demand for mobility. Mobile devices and cloud based productivity apps mean that employees are connected to their tasks and colleagues no matter where they are or what time of day it is. At the same time, businesses are embracing big data, and trying to figure out how they can integrate the Internet of Things into the workplace in order to improve productivity,
performance, customer interactions, critical decisions and revenue generation.
Eurofound, an EU research body, had a traditional desktop print function that was costing too much time and money. But since deploying a Digicom and Ricoh Managed Print Service, the organisation has transformed its print service. Costs have been cut by 30 percent and device numbers by over 80 percent, while efficiency, speed and quality have been improved. Staff productivity has increased and IT staff have realised a significant fall in support time and effort.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., has been recognised by global market intelligence organization IDC, as a major player, in its MarketScape report on the managed print and document services (MPDS) industry: ‘Western Europe Managed Workflow Services 2015 Hardcopy Vendor Assessment – Building on MPDS’.
“IDC’s recognition of Samsung Printing Solutions affirms our ongoing commitment to help organizations boost business efficiency by improving how they digitise paper and manage their printing,” said Paul Birkett, Director of Print Operation Sales and Marketing of Samsung Europe. “In the newest areas of mobile-first, cloud-first printing, Samsung is helping clients connect to the information they need, by merging mobile and printing technology in its Smart UX platform. This uses standard mobile apps to reduce repetitive or wasteful tasks through advanced machine-to-machine communication.”
Managed Print Services (MPS) is no longer about managing print output but about managing information.
In today’s business climate, reducing and controlling costs is more important than ever. When a business is preparing its strategies to increase revenues or improve business processes, it may not integrate its document management costs.
Companies that embrace a Managed Print Services (MPS) approach and implement a comprehensive output management strategy can realise substantial benefits
PaperCut MF is the easy way to automatically monitor and manage copying and printing in your organisation, giving you control over your costs and environmental impact. PaperCut MF intercepts print jobs on the print server and analyses them, applying rules to enforce your print policies.
Digicom are of one Ireland’s leading re-sellers for PaperCut MF. We are currently running a PaperCut MF special offer, please get in touch with us for further information.
Samsung Smart MultiXpress Wins 2 Editor’s Choice Awards
The critical acclaimed Samsung Smart Print range – Samsung has brought smartphone-like ease of use and expandability to its new MFPs.
Samsung is shaping its print offering to meet the challenges of the office of the future
Launched at September’s IFA 2014 consumer electronics exhibition in Berlin, the ten new MFPs are the first of their kind to be equipped with an Android operating system. The combination of Android OS and Samsung’s Smart UX Center, the same touch technology used in Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets, provides a familiar user interface and a scalable platform for individual printer apps – just like a smartphone. It also allows the printers to operate independently of a PC with on-the-go connectivity through Samsung Cloud Print.
This, says Mark Ash, General Manager of Samsung Electronics’ Print Division in the UK and Ireland, makes the Smart MultiXpress series ideal for the flexible working practices employed by businesses today.