April 29, 2020 11:46 am
Print Management can not only help your business be innovative, but also has significant cost benefits and protects the security of your business.
There have been so many advances in IT: Cloud printing, cyber security and a definitive understanding that old legacy systems must improve in order to protect businesses from increasing cyber threats.
However, the area of Print management, is often the area that goes unnoticed in the Security plan of a business.
Print management will help with the productivity of your business as it allows you to monitor usage per user, implement print rules, and most importantly increases document security. Not only these important aspects, the costs benefit to your business cannot be ignored, as by using a print management company, frees your business of any capital expenditure of any hardware. Along with these benefits are also the benefits of print management in IT. Often printers need assistance from IT teams with print drivers and managing the implement of printers on networks. With print management implemented in your business will no longer need IT intervention, freeing up your IT teams for other important IT essential work.
Along with these benefits, cyber security should never be overlooked. Smartphones, computers all increase the possibility of cyber-attacks and we implement passwords and security to protect these. This is also a key aspect of Print Management. Efficient authentication process is essential to todays modern printing environment. The user only authenticates the print job when at the printer, thus providing more security. Not only at this level of security, as hackers can have the capacity to infiltrate the hard drive of the printer, print management will increase the security of your business so that you are protected from any such security issues.
We have only touched on some of the benefits of Print Management, but if you would like to understand more about how Mode’s print management system can support your business then do contact us to find out more.
Categorised in: Print Management Trends
This post was written by Anwen Haynes