When you sign up for managed print services, there are several services that are all wrapped up in that package. The end goal is to let you get more control over the printing that is done in the office and for you to pay less for every printed page.
Office printing is one of the costs that businesses typically have a very difficult time controlling. Unauthorized printing and copying, expensive printer toner cartridges, underutilized copiers, wasted print jobs, and jobs printed on the wrong device have all caused organizations to spend much more than they budget for or need to on printing. The good news is, we can help.
For decades, office technology has been a bottleneck in getting things done around the office. Times have changed, the bottlenecks are gone, and now Xerox copiers can accelerate your workflow and help you work smarter.
Whether it be clients' financial data, trade secrets, or sensitive patient or employee personal and health data, companies large and small need to protect sensitive information. Threats exist both outside and inside of your organization, and we can help you secure your office from both with our document management solutions.
All businesses want to do the right thing from an environmental standpoint, but there is a common misconception that it is a costly undertaking. The good news is, with Xerox copiers you can be green without additional investment. Xerox is the leader in the industry when it comes to minimizing the environmental impact of your office.
The modern office has changed substantially in the last few months and even weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic and the surge in remote working around the world. The quick shift to remote work has changed the habits of employees, companies, customers, and society, making remote work much more possible but also a target for cyber attacks.
Working remotely doesn’t mean that common office problems like security and data protection can be forgotten. Remote employees still need to take action to protect data and information, and employers must address issues as they arise.
Governments worldwide have shifted to remote work, if not entirely, then at least partially in response to the Coronavirus. It didn’t take long to realize that this may be more than a temporary shift, as workers prefer to be remote, businesses save money, and teams find increased productivity.
However, moving the workplace offsite does not secure data, information, files, or other materials from thieves and hackers. In 2019, almost 40% of businesses had some type of security breach due to remote or mobile access, which could skyrocket in 2020.
In the last ten years, remote work became so popular that 70 percent of the workforce was working from home at least once per week. With the coronavirus pandemic, that number jumped drastically to – in many companies – 100 percent of workers working remotely.
Working remotely has its challenges for security, protection, and oversight. While some IT security teams need extreme protections immediately, most teams need the basics – network, digital, and data security – and the right devices.