Infographics

Protecting Sensitive Student Data At The Printer

As universities and colleges move toward digital communication and curriculum, they know they must protect online student data. But printed materials require the same level of security and attention.

This infographic gives insight on how it’s important to consider where and how information can be compromised when protecting student data.

 

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Privacy In Peril At The Printer?

Maintaining student privacy and ensuring sensitive information remains confidential is a priority for education institutions. In 2014 alone, 21 states passed 24 new student data privacy laws. While these laws are often a response to concerns regarding digital data, educational leaders must not forget the importance of keeping printed materials confidential as well.

Student grades, health records and other personal information can be found on documents that are copied, scanned, faxed, emailed and printed every day. This infographic gives insight on how it’s important to consider where and how information can be compromised when protecting student data.

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The 3 Pitfalls Of Price-Based Printer Procurement – And How To Avoid Them

Choosing the lowest-cost printer may seem like a good deal, but putting too much weight on an initial purchase price can cause big problems for agencies down the road.

This infographic gives insight on how to undertake an assessment of your current print environment and create a long-term strategy to ensure you have the right print solutions in place.

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The Upside of AP Automation

Manual processing of AP, with its paper and mailing costs and labor-intensive workflows, is time consuming and expensive. And without clear audit trails, it leaves organizations at risk for non-compliance with government regulations. AP automation uses multifunctional peripherals to bridge paper and physical environments with scanning, optical character recognition, routing, tracking, archiving, and electronic invoicing.

This infographic compares the pitfalls of the traditional AP process with the advantages of an automated AP.

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Are you Managing your Documents or Are They Managing You?

Your organization spends considerable time creating, retrieving, and storing documents. Document management systems help give you greater control over your documents with audit, search, security, workow, and routing capabilities. They also track and store data, help reduce costs, and help you meet regulatory requirements.

This infographic examines some of the costs associated with an unmanaged document environment and a few of the advantages you could realize with a document management system.

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The Need For Document Security

Beyond the spotlight on multinational, high-profile brands, security incidents can be a persistent threat to every organization, big or small. Those with poorly managed document environments are particularly vulnerable.

This infographic examines how a comprehensive document management system helps protect your data.

 

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