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Businesses of all sizes have data of value, such as employee and customer information, which must be protected. While many businesses have secured their IT infrastructure to minimise unauthorised access to confidential or sensitive data, unsecured MFPs and networked printers remain a critical source of vulnerability. Access >>>
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- The need for print security
- MFP security vulnerabilities
- Integrated print management
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