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Focus on Security: Xerox Remote Services Security White Paper

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Executive Summary

Xerox is responsive to the security concerns of the customers. Xerox Remote Services are designed to avoid making networks more susceptible to viruses. Remote Services transactions always originate from the device, based on authorizations made by the customer. Remote Services can only communicate with a secure server at Xerox that conforms to the stringent requirements of the internal Xerox Corporation information management infrastructure. Customers do not need to make any changes to Internet firewalls, proxy servers, or other security infrastructure. Xerox systems are designed to integrate within customer workflows. They connect to the network and push machine data to Xerox Communication servers where the information can be reviewed and analyzed to be used to evaluate service issues as well as to automate billing and supplies replenishment.

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