SmartPrint Employees Volunteer at Daily Bread – Helping the Fight Against Hunger

On Wednesday, January 31st 2018,
SmartPrint team smartprint employees helping sort food items at daily breadmembers, Tim Lomax, Rob Farrell, Carol Berro, Steven Ryan, James Dunn, Andrew Thompson, Carolyn Allum, and Mike Hishon volunteered at Daily Bread Food Bank which is a registered charity and distribution hub that provides food and support to almost 200 food programs across Toronto. Daily Bread also works towards long-term solutions to hunger and runs innovative programs to support people on low incomes.

James Dunn always had a strong desire to volunteer at a food bank where the impact would be immediately recognized. James put
together the plan for the SmartPrint team
to be able to give back to the community, and
encouraged staff to make a monetary and/or food
donation.smartprint employees outside of daily bread

When the team arrived at the Daily Bread, the staff quickly and efficiently organized the team into different roles with tasks to restock food for local pick up as well as work with supporting food bank customers in shopping and check out.

President, Tim Lomax shared his thoughts on volunteering:

“Having the opportunity to help out the Daily Bread Foodbank was an honour. Great cause, great people, great chance to give back to the community.”

VP, Rob Farrell also shared his thoughts:

“It always feels great to give back to our community and it was fun to do it as a team effort. The Daily Bread volunteer day will definitely be an annual event for SmartPrint moving forward.”

Overall, everyone felt it was such a fun and rewarding experience for a great cause that provided a direct impact, and brought everyone closer together with the singular goal – to help the fight against hunger.

SmartPrint Comes Together for Women in Need – The Shoebox Project

At noon on Friday, December 8th 2017, SmartPrint
shoeboxes under christmas tree for the shoebox projectteam members Carol Berro, Jannine Foster, James Dunn, Janine Marais, Carolyn Allum, Jen Infuso, Karey Ross, and Saul Collas participated in The Shoebox Project for Shelters, supported by Dream, which collects and distributes gifts in the form of shoeboxes to women who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness in communities across Canada and the US.

According to The Shoebox Project website, since 2011, The Shoebox Project has distributed over 91,000 shoeboxes, valued at over 4 million dollars and believes that a small gesture can make a big difference.

Carol Berro, Accounting Supervisor came up with
the smartprint employee loading shoeboxes into van for the shoebox projectidea, suggested it to a few others that felt as passionate as her, and then an email was sent to all staff to see who would be able to donate, and also to see who could participate in wrapping and filling all donated items in the shoeboxes.

In total, 18 shoeboxes were then wrapped, and filled with items that had been generously donated from many SmartPrint employees. Each shoebox contained items valued at approximately $50. High quality items received included gift cards, skin care products, soaps and shampoos, make-up, chocolates, warm socks and mittens – nice products to help women feel special. Personal messages were also written for each recipient of the shoebox to convey our understanding and support to help women staying at shelters across Toronto remember she is not forgotten, cared for, and that she remains a valued and respected member of her community.

Once all the shoeboxes were ready, they were placed under our Christmas tree in which Saul Collas collected them, loaded them into his van, and dropped them off at the center to be distributed.

Overall, everyone enjoyed their time spent with their colleagues as it was a great team building exercise with many laughs shared at wrapping the shoeboxes.

SmartPrint Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

30th anniversary awardOn October 27, 1987, together with my partners Patti and Sanford McFarlane, I bought a small company called A&M Carbon and Ribbon – named after it’s founders Jim Allan (A) and Andy MacIntosh (M).

With just 6 employees, we generated $732,000 in annual sales selling; carbon paper, typewriter and word processing ribbons and these new-fangled things called floppy diskettes. Our tiny office would now look like a museum with black rotary dial phones, typewriters and a big ledger book for entering all the accounting entries – by hand! Not a computer, printer, fax machine or copier to be found. Surprisingly, it was one of the tightest run ships you’d ever see – very profitable and every penny accounted for. Filling Mr. Alan’s shoes would be no small task.

It was both an exciting and scary time for a young 27-year-old with just 2 years of working experience and big dreams of owning his own business. I was also the youngest employee on the payroll. What made it even scarier was that the stock market had crashed the week before (the second biggest crash since 1929 that sparked the great depression). We didn’t know it at the time, but it would take years to climb back to 1987 levels.

Over the past 30 years we’ve:

  • Rebranded from A&M Carbon & Ribbon to A+M Data Corp. to SmartPrint Inc.
  • Moved 4 times to accommodate our growth and a changing business model.
  • Bought 4 more companies – G&M Data, 3R Laser, LaserCorp and Dynacharge.
  • Sold millions of ribbons, toner cartridges and diskettes and printers.
  • Hosted 29 Christmas parties and ate hundreds of staff Birthday cakes.
  • Survived, prospered and evolved to outlive most of our competitors.

So here we are, all these years later.

My dream to have a successful, well respected company filled with people I love to work with in an industry that both challenges and rewards has come true in so many ways. I still get up every day loving what I do, working with a great group of people and I am extremely proud of all we do for our customers, vendor partners, fellow employees and our families.

SmartPrint today is exactly what I’d hoped it would be when I excitedly signed all those legal papers back in 1987. I’ve read that only 4% of businesses survive past 10 years. For the past 30 years, we’ve put people ahead of the bottom-line and it’s these relationships that continue to make SmartPrint grow and prosper year after year.

Thanks for a great ride, may the next 30 years be just as much fun as the last!

Tim Lomax, President

Ransomware Hits Law Firm – How It Could Have Been Protected​​

We’ve been blogging a lot about print infrastructure security recently and want to share SmartPrint’s comments on the Toronto law firm that was hacked as it’s a good example of a situation where if they were equipped with the right equipment and configurations, they could have avoided the ransomware breach completely.

Our systems engineering team work with clients from legal, financial, healthcare, manufacturing companies and other types of organizations to help them lock down the office print infrastructure. It’s a very important practice given that according to IDC, 40% of Canadian companies had security breaches in 2016, and 54% of those hacks were completed with the print infrastructure as the entry point. Scary isn’t it!

Here’s an example of how this law firm could have protected itself:

  • With best in breed office print equipment, a malware attack could have been stopped immediately. Once the print job with malware went to the print queue, or printer, the device would have immediately re-booted, and staved off the attack.
  • If the client was running the latest print security software that SmartPrint recommends and implements, the software would have notified IT of the attempted breach so that the attempt wouldn’t go unrecorded.
  • The firm would have been able to automate the processes around print infrastructure security and report on status at any time. They would have also been able to warn and train the user group regarding the attempt to improve user knowledge of future malware schemes.

What shocks us every time we complete a print infrastructure security assessment for a client is that  the organization thinks they are in good shape; however, the assessment comes back with significant security issues/holes. If you think you don’t have budget to invest in your environment, guess what? When we complete a free assessment and recommend updates, potential upgrades and implement simple software to monitor the environment, we always decrease the total cost of ownership for the organization. It’s really a win/win! A locked down print infrastructure at a lower cost; not to mention a more productive environment for users.

If you are interested in making sure you are secure, contact us.

Photizo Group Selects SmartPrint as Leader in Managed Print Services

2016 Leaders Index badgeLexington, KY (February 14, 2017)—Photizo Group has recognized SmartPrint Inc as a leader in managed print services (MPS). SmartPrint Inc was one of 11 independent channel partners that Photizo Group selected to participate in the 2016 Leaders Index for MPS Channel Partners, based on demonstrated leadership in MPS.

The Leaders Index for MPS Channel Partners is a collection of hand-selected, independent MPS partners from around the world that are regarded as the gold standard in managed print and document services. Photizo Group classifies this index of elite providers from across North America, Europe, Africa, and Australia as a lens to view the current landscape of MPS.

Tim Lomax, President of SmartPrint Inc shared his reaction, “it’s a great achievement to be recognized as one of the Top 10 MPS Providers within the 2016 Worldwide Leaders Index, based on our significant revenue growth, operational excellence and service performance that drives an outstanding experience for our clients.  This recognition not only validates our continued MPS market leadership, but inspires us to continue reinventing to outperform in a rapidly evolving industry.”

Ed Crowley, CEO of Photizo Group said:

“As the managed services landscape reaches maturity in many markets, we continue to see a demonstrated need for measurable best practices and benchmarks built on real-world results by recognized leaders in managed print and document services.”

Crowley continued:

“These MPS leaders not only demonstrate leadership in MPS, but a genuine interest in the pursuit of best practices that benefit the industry and the customers it serves.”

About the Leaders Index for MPS Channel Partners

The Leaders Index for MPS Channel Partners explores many aspects of the partners, including the following:

  • partner profile;
  • financial and performance metrics;
  • customer profile;
  • team structure;
  • sales and marketing approach;
  • service, support, and operations metrics; and
  • key performance benefits.

Only partners that Photizo Group determines to be among the best in the world are invited to participate in the Leaders Index. These aggregate results serve as a tangible set of benchmarks other partners can compare their own performance against.

Chosen MPS partners receive no compensation for participation.

About SmartPrint:

SmartPrint, Canada’s most recognized independent MPS provider, helps organizations make sense of complex print environments. SmartPrint’s team of Managed Print Services (MPS) consultants leverage the markets best tools and systems offering best in breed office printing equipment and software to help simplify printing, scanning and document workflow. Our clients experience dramatic improvements in user efficiency, reduced costs of 30% to 50%, reduced helpdesk calls by 25% and significant administrative efficiencies through vendor consolidation. SmartPrint’s solutions are not about printers and copiers, they’re about people.

To find out more about SmartPrint, please explore our website: www.smartprint.com.

For Press or Analyst inquiries please contact:
Rob Farrell
rob.farrell[@]smartprint.com
905.475.6177 x234

About Photizo Group:

Photizo Group is a leading Marketing Intelligence and Strategic Consulting firm for the imaging industry. The firm has twice been on the Inc 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies. It has received three (2011, 2012, and 2014) leadership awards from the Managed Print Services Association. Photizo launched the industry’s first Advanced Analytics Division in 2015 and is pioneering the use of Predictive Analytics to bring value to the IoT data generated by over 100 million digitally enabled imaging devices installed globally. The firm conducts research and consulting in over 40 countries globally, and has offices in North America and Japan.

For more information, please contact Mario Diaz at +1 602-571-6530 or mdiaz@photizogroup.com.

SmartPrint Makes CDN Top 100 Solution Providers List – Again!

2017 cdn top 100 solution providers[Toronto, ON, Canada] – [May 11, 2017] – SmartPrint ranked # 85  in the Computer Dealer News (CDN) Top 100 Solution Providers List this year, up one spot from last year. The 2017 CDN Top 100 Solution Providers List ranks IT solution provider applicants based on revenue earnings for 2016.

The organic growth that SmartPrint experienced was in large part due to the significant amount of net new clients that were brought on board this year, an increase in provisioned services to existing clients, as well as being named HP’s Print Partner of the Year.

SmartPrint will continue to grow and evolve along with their clients by helping them gain control of increasingly complex print environments.

About SmartPrint:

HP’s Print Partner of the Year, SmartPrint is Canada’s most recognized independent MPS provider, helping organizations make sense of complex print environments. SmartPrint’s team of Managed Print Services (MPS) consultants leverage the markets best tools and systems offering best in breed office printing equipment and software to help simplify printing, scanning and document workflow. Our clients experience dramatic improvements in user efficiency, reduced costs of 30% to 50%, reduced helpdesk calls by 25% and significant administrative efficiencies through vendor consolidation. SmartPrint’s solutions are not about printers and copiers, they’re about people.

To find out more about SmartPrint, please explore our website: www.smartprint.com.

Digital Transformation for the Mid-Market, One Step at a Time

document management system document controlDigital transformation can be thought of as embracing digital technologies to improve the efficiency of manual processes; many identify digital transformation in the office with going paperless, which typically includes Enterprise Content Management or Document Management Systems. Transformation should be the development of new and innovative ways of doing things, rather than simply supporting and improving traditional methods.

In a recent article by IT World Canada, they identified that 38% of Canadian executives in large enterprise companies are rolling out their digital transformation strategies, and 50% of them are in the planning and building stage, with 12% still trying to determine a plan. What is interesting is that it is very hard, as well as very expensive to transform a large enterprise. There is also typically a significant disconnect between the “C-level executive” and the front line employee.

Canadian mid-market companies are slower to move, with 31% of them taking steps toward digital transformation. However, what is extremely interesting is that the significantly large group of mid-market companies in Canada, are actually much more nimble, and with limited investment can more easily make strides towards significant efficiency gains through digital transformation. They can do this one step at a time without stalling or impacting departmental throughput. Another supporting factor is that mid-market companies have more readily adopted cloud technologies, so they are perhaps more ready for transformation than they realize.

Here’s an example of a simple workflow integration to a Document Management System and ERP or financial system.

AP Processing

document management system sample ap workflow

1. Capture AP Invoice – Inputs

a. AP Clerk scans paper invoice to input into AP workflow.
b. Fax technology monitors inbound fax over IP for invoices and automates input of invoice to AP workflow.
c. Email technology monitors inbound AP email for invoices and automates input of invoice to AP workflow.
d. AP Clerk drags and drops digital invoice files that may have come from other digital sources to input invoice to AP workflow.

2. Document processing and routing

Once the invoice is input into the AP workflow, the processing engine captures the document, converts it to a text searchable PDF, and captures the important data (i.e. company, invoice number, purchase order number etc.), then matches the important data with the financial system’s AP data and routes the document to the AP clerk’s workspace (Electronic Document Management System or Document Control System) and is ready for the operator review step.

3. Operator review and approval – this step can be an “exception only” step

AP clerk reviews to ensure that the document is correct and approves it for payment.

4. Deliver to Document Management System and link to client in Financial System

Approve payment in financial system and save and link document for records and audit.

This is a very simple workflow example that can be implemented easily with workflow software that is integrated into a financial system and an inexpensive cloud-based document management system to support digital storage. Your managed print services partner should be able to recommend the appropriate hardware and software, and manage a proof of concept through to full production and final implementation. We typically see that automating the AP process will cut processing time by 60% – 70% –  now that’s efficiency! Your organization may be ready for this.

Keep in mind that similar, very simple digital workflow processes can be implemented for HR, other finance functions, quality control in production areas, etc. Organizations may not be ready for a complete technology revamp quite yet  i.e. integrating all systems inside and outside of your firewalls. There are so many complexities – all of the organizations your organization deals with would have to support the same systems, standardized protocols and documents. A total technology revamp won’t happen overnight, it will take a considerable amount of time but for now, your digital transformation can effectively be supported one step at a time. It’s time to get rid of those filing cabinets and transition to inexpensive, integrated cloud-based document management systems.

Don’t invest in technology before you figure out the future state!

Before you select a partner to implement your document workflow or document management system, make sure that they have the ability to configure the system to support your business processes – not the other way around. We more often than not see companies invest in software that typically has way more capabilities than they will ever use. Keep in mind that lower cost, open architecture solutions are available.

Get in touch with one of our experts to determine the optimal way to configure your document management system or read this case study to see how this organization benefited from an optimized system.

SmartPrint Participates in Corporate 20-Minute Makeover Spring Cleanup

corporate 20-minute makeover[TORONTO, ON] – [April 27, 2017] At 2 pm on Friday April 21st, SmartPrint team members James Dunn, Steven Ryan, Carolyn Allum, Andrew Thompson, Darren Ranney, Trisha Kosak, Karey Ross, Mike Hishon, Jen Infuso, and Mike Rutledge participated in a Corporate 20-Minute Makeover, which was a cleanup run in conjunction with the Clean Toronto Together campaign aimed at creating environmental awareness and involved cleaning up a space in need such as a laneway, ravine, sidewalk, or parkette. The idea was to see how much cleaning could be done in 20 minutes.corporate 20-minute makeover

According to an email received by James Dunn, Demand Generation Manager, this year marked a record for the City of Toronto as more than 200 businesses registered before the April 11th deadline and was the biggest corporate cleanup day ever!

James Dunn at SmartPrint came up with the idea:

“I’ve had a strong desire to help give back to our community, and with other activities taking place around this time of year to be environmentally corporate-20-minute-makeoverconscious, it got me thinking about helping the environment more and to do something different as a team to take immediate action to clean our environment. I then came across the Corporate 20-Minute Makeover event, and suggested it to other team members who all felt as passionate as I did to pitch in and help clean our environment.”

Steven Ryan, Client Services Manager helped run the campaign by designing custom T-Shirts for the cleanup, and took photos of us in action. Janine Marais, Service corporate 20-minute makeoverDelivery Coordinator and Darren Ranney, Operations Manager helped organize the lunch to ensure we were full of energy before heading out.

Upon registering for the event, the City sent out garbage bags, recycling bags, nitrile gloves, and provided safety and recycling information, as well as posters to help promote the cleanup.

Careful consideration was given as to the best place to do the clean up and Leaside Spur Trail in Toronto was corporate 20-minute makeoverthe chosen area based on the considerable amount of garbage present there.

Dunn continued:

“It was awful, there were baseballs, plastic bottles, empty cigarette packets, glass bottles, coffee cups, plastic bags, pop cans and many other pieces of garbage in urgent need of cleaning up. It’s such a shame that such a beautiful trail could be marred by these eyesores.”

At the end of the 20 minutes, 9 bags of garbage, and 2 recycling bags were collected. Everyone was amazed at what was accomplished in such a short amount of time. The bags were then disposed of carefully in Bond Park bins.

Overall, everyone felt it was great to have been able to give back to our community and we look forward to participating in Corporate 20-Minute Makeover again and contributing to other social responsibility causes in the future.

SmartPrint Inc. Completes Acquisition of DynaCharge Laser Inc.

managed print services smartprint dynacharge laser[Toronto, ON, Canada] – [March 23, 2017] – SmartPrint Inc., Canada’s award winning, independent Managed Print Services firm, announced today that it has acquired DynaCharge Laser Inc. in Montreal, Quebec.

“We are thrilled to welcome DynaCharge’s clients into the SmartPrint family. We’re excited to help take their organizations to the next level of efficiency through improved document workflows and more cost effective and highly secure office printing environments.” said Tim Lomax, President, SmartPrint Inc. “Since 1989, DynaCharge has been providing custom-tailored, high touch service to their clients across Canada. We’ve had a close working relationship with owners Doug and Wayne McGurk for over 20 years, and share their passion for delivering an outstanding client experience. DynaCharge will continue to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of SmartPrint, led by Wayne and his existing staff. We wish Doug a long, well-deserved retirement.”

“This is a game changer for our Quebec based clients, who will now be able to leverage SmartPrint’s deep expertise in Managed Print Services, their Tier 1 equipment portfolio partners, and suite of best in breed software solutions.” said Wayne McGurk, President, DynaCharge Laser.

The strategic acquisition of DynaCharge extends SmartPrint’s existing footprint in Quebec and affirms SmartPrint as the leading independent Managed Print Services experts in Canada.

“Our vision is to help clients rethink how paper and digital content flows through their organizations by engaging our consultants to analyze their environments and provide solutions that will reduce waste and deliver a competitive advantage,” said Rob Farrell, VP Sales and Marketing, SmartPrint Inc.

“Both companies have been dedicated to ingenuity, superb customer service and integrity while SmartPrint’s focus, expertise and proven processes provide Canadian clients with the opportunity to keep pace in today’s digital, mobile world.” said Chris Kirby, VP Content Integration, SmartPrint Inc.

About SmartPrint:

HP’s Print Partner of the Year, SmartPrint is Canada’s most recognized independent MPS provider, helping organizations make sense of complex print environments. SmartPrint’s team of Managed Print Services (MPS) consultants leverage the markets best tools and systems offering best in breed office printing equipment and software to help simplify printing, scanning and document workflow. Our clients experience dramatic improvements in user efficiency, reduced costs of 30% to 50%, reduced helpdesk calls by 25% and significant administrative efficiencies through vendor consolidation. SmartPrint’s solutions are not about printers and copiers, they’re about people.

To find out more about SmartPrint, please explore our website: www.smartprint.com.

Find out how Managed Print Services can benefit your business or contact us to speak with one of our MPS experts.

For Press or Analyst inquiries please contact:
Rob Farrell
rob.farrell[@]smartprint.com
905.475.6177 x234

What is the State of Your Organization’s Print Infrastructure Security?

document management system state of print infrastructure security hp mfpYour organization invests a great deal of time, effort and resources into the development of intellectual assets, so it’s important to protect your organization’s intellectual property from being compromised or stolen. Open printer ports, printer web servers and FTP protocols are becoming a popular entry point for hackers, and unfortunately Print Infrastructure Security is an area that can often be overlooked, thus exposing organizations to potential security breaches. In order to determine whether or not this is the case, you should start by conducting a Print Infrastructure Security Assessment to pinpoint potential vulnerabilities. We then recommend that you implement software and business processes that will lock down the physical and digital print environment, automate print security and enable reporting and auditing capabilities.

Assess Your Network Printer Security

A comprehensive Network Printer Security Assessment should analyze the device set-up and configurations of all of the print devices on the network, as well as how they are utilized for all of their functions. The following is a list of items to examine during your security assessment:

Unauthorized Access

Unauthorized access is the use of a computer or network without permission. A cracker, or hacker, is someone who tries to access a computer or network illegally. Some hackers break into a computer or network for the challenge. However, others do this to utilize or steal intellectual property and resources, or corrupt data. Assess the access points – physical and digital – and protocols on your printer network and on all of your networked print devices, and identify which access points and protocols can be used as inroads for potential security threats.

Unclaimed Print Jobs

Determine what happens to unclaimed physical print jobs. When confidential documents get printed and left on work group print devices, what happens to these documents?

Device Settings and Ports

Assess networked print device ports and protocols and identify which ones aren’t being used.

Scan Process

Determine which users are scanning documents and where these documents are being sent once they have been scanned on devices within the corporate network.

Vulnerabilities List

Document all of the security vulnerabilities you discovered and develop a security plan to address each vulnerability.

The following HP video is an excellent depiction of some potential print security breach scenarios:

Click here to see if you qualify for a free Print Infrastructure Security Assessment.

How to Improve the Security of Your Network Printer Environment

Device Security Policy

If your Device Security Policy is not comprehensive enough or you don’t have one that is formally documented, your organization may be vulnerable to security threats without even realizing it, so it’s imperative to have a formally documented Device Security Policy and ensure that it gets properly implemented. Make sure that your policy specifies and limits access to information AND network assets. This policy is the foundation for creating a secure network printing environment.

Document Management

Document management, often referred to as a Document Management System (DMS), is the use of a computer system and software to store, manage and track electronic documents and electronic images of paper-based information captured through the use of a document scanner, multi-function device or networked copier.

Let’s take a look at traditional paper-based filing. Rows of large document folders are put into these filing cabinets in the hopes of being stored correctly. Paper doesn’t keep a record of who has viewed it, copied it or scanned it, and it can be destroyed or damaged accidentally by things like a water pipe bursting, fire or the accidental spillage of coffee.

Think of a Document Management System as a large electronic filing cabinet with folders that are stored in an unlimited number of drawers (based on hard drive space of course). Digital content is secured by user access rights. When documents are checked out, changed audit logs can track who has looked at the document, changed the document with version references and can even prevent unauthorized users from viewing and/or printing the document. The Document Management System’s IT backup processes ensure that documents don’t get damaged or destroyed accidentally, unlike those stored in paper-based filing systems.

Print Workflows and Process Automation

For many organizations it’s difficult to monitor and manage each and every user’s print jobs. Many times print jobs are forgotten or sent to the wrong printer and documents end up sitting on the printer, never to be retrieved by the user. This is especially troublesome when confidential documents are left for everyone (even unauthorized users) to see.

To prevent this from happening you should establish print workflows and automate print processes. A print workflow is the definition, execution and automation of business processes where tasks, information or documents are passed from one participant to another according to a set of procedural rules.

FollowMe Printing allows users to print to a shared print queue, and roam and release their print job from any enabled output device. This ensures that printing remains confidential to a specific user and reduces printed waste from documents left uncollected at the printer. If a printer is out of service, users can release their print jobs from the next available printer, without disrupting productivity.

Authenticating at multi-function output devices enables custom scan capture workflows to be presented at the panel. This process ensures secure access to retrieve printed content while using the devices as on-ramps to key line of business applications storing captured content.

Tracking and reporting tools create transparency for all print costs, helping finance managers allocate or recover costs from individual departments or clients. Organizations can also use tracking data to help them comply with industry regulations such as Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).

Automated Print Device Security Software

Strengthen information security and significantly reduce administrative overhead by utilizing automated print device security software that automatically deploys and updates print device identity certificates. HP Security Manager performs these automatic deployment and updates, and offers a simple, intuitive process for securing your print fleet. It efficiently deploys and monitors devices by applying a single security policy across the fleet, and secures new HP devices as soon as they are added to your network with HP Instant-on Security. Actively maintain and verify compliance with your defined security policies using HP Security Manager’s automated monitoring and risk-based reporting.

If you would like additional information on how to improve the state of your organization’s print infrastructure security, please get in touch with one of our MPS Experts or request a free Print Infrastructure Security Assessment.