Sustainability and Printing
Printing and Sustainability – Mutually Exclusive?
These days you’d be hard-pressed not to find someone in the upper tiers of management not concerned with sustainability. Either from an ethical point of view, as in it’s the right thing to do or a strictly financial – reducing waste is good for the bottom line.
You may not have thought about it, but printing can consume a lot of resources – financial and natural. With a quick Google search, the consensus seems to be that the average employee prints about 10K pages per year, costing somewhere around $700 and using up a little over three per year! In addition, for each print server you have, the cost is somewhere around $4000 per year to maintain that and on average, could consume 7500 kWh per year.
Cloud-based Printing vs Cloud-hosted Printing: What’s the difference between them?
When it comes to choosing between cloud-based printing services and cloud-hosted printing services, many businesses have a hard time distinguishing the differences between them.
By properly understanding how each solution works and what benefits they provide can help you make the right decision that is based on your business needs. Let’s first start with the definition of cloud-based and cloud-hosted services as a whole.
Everything You Need to Know About the PrintNightmare Microsoft Security Patch
In a recent blog posted on July 12th, 2021 – New Printing Security Nightmare You Need to Be Aware of in 2021, I had informed you that a new vulnerability was discovered for users across multiple versions of the Windows operating system that could enable significant exploits.
Everything You Need to Know About Zero-Trust Security
As more companies experience security breaches, the wave of compromised data is on the rise. According to IBM’s “Cost of a Data Breach Report 2021”, remote work during COVID-19 increased data breach costs in the United States by $137,000.
Organizations need a better way to ensure that all access requests are continuously being monitored and controlled as the threats and user attributes are changing consistently. Organizations are adopting a newer Zero-trust model as a part of their business security strategy to add an extra layer of security.
New Printing Security Nightmare You Need to Be Aware of in 2021
Printing is ubiquitous and it might seem harmless at first glance, but it can be made to turn against you or your business.
On July 1st, 2021, a new vulnerability has been discovered for users across multiple versions of the Windows operating system that could enable significant exploits, such as remote attackers gaining access to your computer and modifying your data.