As technology continues to advance, connected office equipment like multifunction printers (MFPs) and scanners have become much more innovative and efficient in their operation. However, with that added efficiency comes the increased potential of security vulnerabilities left by poorly secured, high-traffic network devices.
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Multifunction Printers (MFPs) provide businesses with an all-in-one document management solution that helps to maximize productivity and efficiency in the workplace. However, with today's MFPs becoming more advanced in their functionality and connectivity, business leaders must take the security of their print environment seriously.
In today’s day and age, personal security is of paramount concern. This is especially the case when it comes to largely populated areas such as public schools and universities. But while campus security initiatives have always been prioritized to some degree, the availability of intelligent surveillance technology has enabled colleges and universities to significantly improve their security efforts while enhancing their operations.