Printing technology has changed in recent years, with connected devices designed to boost security, increase productivity and streamline critical business processes. As modern work practices change significantly with the increase in remote and mobile working, our printing solutions effortlessly keep pace, supporting organisations as they accelerate the automation of paper-based processes.
The advance of print technology has slipped under the radar of many organisations, especially in regard to cybersecurity.
of all security incidents are print-related1
USD $6 Trillion
Expected cost of cybercrime in 20212
of businesses reported at least one print-related data breach last year1
Managed Print services that are focused around managing toner and reducing the average cost-per-page no longer meet the true needs of modern organisations. We’re changing the face of Managed Print services.
Data#3 Secure Managed Print is a comprehensive offering that builds on years of system integration, cloud and IoT expertise, in partnership with HP technology, to help organisations harness the power of their printers. Our approach to Managed Print includes big data and analytics as well as security, optimisation of your printer fleet, workflow management and cost management as part of a full IoT solution.
With only a minuscule number considered secure, printers have become an increasingly attractive target for malicious activity, especially when you consider the network access they have, the software they all now run and the way we interact with them.
Ensure compliance and protect the information that keeps your company running with our three-pronged approach to printer security:
Deploy enterprise-class devices featuring built-in industry-leading security technologies such as:
Streamline your print security with a simple and intuitive process to manage your entire fleet. Employing HP Security Manager enables you to roll out secure polices and automatically maintain, update and manage all your print devices centrally and efficiently.
You can integrate with your existing System Information and Event Management (SIEM) applications and schedule reoccurring assessments to identify and correct non-compliment features and settings, as well as automated notifications when devices slip out of policy. HP Security Manager also simplifies the typically laborious certificate installation process by providing the ability to automatically install ID and CA certificates across your fleet with just a few clicks. The software will also automatically renew certificates prior to expiry, saving you significant time and manual effort, where previously this would need to be addressed individually device by device.
3. Advisory Services
Take advantage of our certified Secure Managed Print Specialists, they can help you assess your vulnerabilities, address and prove compliance and help you to build comprehensive print security policies based on your business needs, user habits and industry best practices.
To fully understand the risks and how to mitigate them:
When we think of Big Data and Analytics, printers aren’t normally the first thing that springs to mind. However, what if you could centrally detect abnormal printer behaviour in real-time and take actions to protect your business from malicious activity or inappropriate employee behaviour? Or from a servicing perspective, understand in-depth device usage, health, and service, to identify issues with devices before they occur all in a secure and customisable easy to digest format.
You can also use the data to optimise your processes, buying decisions and policies from the types of printers you should have, who can use them and where should they be located. This doesn’t have to be a complicated process either – we have simplified management tools available to provide this rich depth of analysis and reporting.
Take a look at the following video to see the type of data and analytics you could be utilising to improve your print policies.
To fully understand the big data opportunity for print:
Printers may be here to stay, but your business shouldn’t be built around paper. The ability to automate paper- based workflows with printers has been used to great effect to:
While the ability to implement document workflows has been available for years, the unfortunate truth is that implementing a full solution can quickly become complex and expensive, requiring hard coded buttons, complex software and un-intuitive approaches that require constant user training.
Now with app-based devices and familiar Windows-style interfaces, implementing document workflows is significantly easier.
While it’s easy to take printers for granted, HP have continued to roll out new technologies on a regular basis.
HP PageWide Business Printers are the perfect example. This range of printers takes what we thought office printers were capable of to a whole new level.
The secret is a print bar that prints across the page in a single pass delivering:
The result is the lowest total cost of ownership of print devices in its class.
Although many organisations aspire to be a paperless operation, print has proven it’s still vital within the majority of Australian businesses.
Many employees do not have printing and scanning capabilities from home, but our HP team have a number options to support paper-oriented people signing and scanning contracts or printing student worksheets from home.
Modern business moves fast, and so do we. Distribution and integration centres across Australia provide storage, staging and configuration services that improve on standard vendor lead times for an innovative range of HP printers and end user devices.
Data#3’s Managed Print service is built upon 25 years of successful partnership with HP. As opposed to traditional print suppliers concerned with increasing your reliance and usage of print, Data#3 unites our expertise as a systems integrator, cloud and IoT specialist with HP’s industry leading printers, to help organisations truly harness the power of their printer fleet, while managing risk and keeping deployment, management and supply costs in line.