Xerox has announced the new security and productivity focused updates to AltaLink Multifunction Printers.
New software enhancements to these Workplace Assistants, enabled with ConnectKey technology, allow companies to monitor security settings and automatically reset unauthorized changes. Plus, a new user experience gives mid-to-large workgroups more ways to customize everyday tasks.
With AltaLink’s new Configuration Watchdog, IT administrators can ensure devices stay within their defined security policies to safeguard business data and infrastructure, without external monitoring.
The latest AltaLink enhancements enable companies to meet NIST 800-171 standards, which govern the security of data in non-federal information systems and organizations.
“Cybersecurity threats are becoming more sophisticated and so is Xerox’s response,” said Dr. Alissa J. Abdullah, chief information security officer, Xerox. “We take a proactive approach to device, data and document security that puts organizations on the offensive when it comes to threat detection and response.”
For additional protection, the AltaLink MFPs include support for ThinPrint print management software, featuring end-to-end encryption, as well as compression and streaming of print data.
“These updates articulate and demonstrate Xerox’s commitment to securing information and simplifying business processes for our customers,” said Tracey Koziol, senior vice president, Global Offerings, Xerox. “Our Workplace Assistants boost IT management efficiency and employee productivity.”
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