IDC Essential Guidance: Securing the Enterprise: Multifunction Printer Risks and Solutions

As large organizations give employees and customers “anytime, anywhere” access to business information by supporting BYOD, and mobile and cloud technologies, it’s critical that businesses examine and secure all machines and devices connected to the network. A frequently overlooked networked appliance—one that presents a potentially serious information security risk—is the enterprise multifunction printer (MFP) device. This analyst brief reveals the consequences of nonsecure MFPs, and offers essential guidance on how to secure them.

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Provided by: IDC Topic: Printers Date Added: Feb 2015 Format: PDF

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