The 3 point plan to differentiate your secure printing proposals

dlpAt end of this year’s Cyber Security Awareness Month 2016 emphasis has been placed on the importance for organizations to address high risk security areas by building the most resilient infrastructure.

Specifically within your MPS engagements, this presents an opportunity for managed print services providers to differentiate their proposals by offering the most sustainable solution for document output security.

Your 3 point plan to differentiate your secure printing proposals

  • Complete solution for mobile and desktop secure printing

    Staff and guest users need to print from mobile phones or tablets without requiring a separate application for IT to deploy and manage. Mobile print solutions should offer exactly the same support as for desktop printing – so full security, auditing and reporting capabilities.

  • Solution for the entire enterprise

    Propose secure printing and tracking for all locations. Most pull printing implementations are limited to the head office, but high risk sales and executive staff present security risk while roaming from location to location with sensitive information.

  • Automate detection of key risk areas

    Look for opportunities to consult on Data Loss Prevention (DLP) processes and streamline content monitoring for printing. This includes providing automated print policies to proactively discover, monitor and prevent intentional or accidental data loss.

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    FollowMe by Ringdale offers a vendor neutral Paper DLP solution to help organizations protect valuable data and achieve industry compliance. To find out more about FollowMe’s Paper Data Loss Prevention capabilities, watch this 4 minute introduction

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