Managed Document Services
Printed or digital, the document is fundamental to a broad range of core business functions. Therein lies the opportunity of Managed Document Services (MDS), a solution for the strategic reengineering of enterprise print fleets and document workflows to cut costs and create new business value.
In this article we explore the context in which the MDS concept has gained traction among business leaders, explain how it works in practice, as well as offering helpful tips on evaluating the viability of an MDS deployment in your organisation.
Many Kyocera customers either do not wish to manage IT infrastructure when it comes to print either because they need their staff to be more productive or because the costs associated with on premise server infrastructure is cost prohibitive. Customers are looking to us not only to provide an outstanding quality of hardware devices and associated services, but also to offer advice and guidance on embracing the latest in IT industry best practice.
Kyocera's Cloud Service can run in a public or private Cloud environments, depending on customer requirements. It can also operate in hybrid mode with some servers in the Cloud and local print servers resident on customer sites.
GDPR and Security
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most significant development in data privacy for many years and affects organisations globally. GDPR concerns the protection of personal data relating to EU citizens. Since it is applicable to any personal data related to any EU citizen, it is not border specific – meaning that it applies to organisations outside the EU if they process or manage personal data related to an EU citizen..
MFP Security Guide
This paper offers practical guidance for IT professionals to harness the in-built security features of leading MFPs and to adopt further, enhanced data protection capabilities. These basic, medium-level and high-level measures combine to make it as difficult as possible both to gain unauthorised access to corporate networks via an attached MFP.
The Kyocera approach to Content Services addresses the complex information management challenges faced by organisations in today’s digital world. By embracing the latest in content management and business process automation technologies, organisations can eliminate inefficiencies, save time, avoid the added costs of paper-based systems, and gain a competitive advantage.
Content Services Survey Findings
The way content is managed across the public sector is changing. As more and more data is held in the digital world, we are continually trying to find more effective and efficient ways in which this can be done and, with vast amounts of sensitive data and content created, collected and stored every day, how this is achieved across the sector is of paramount importance. There are many factors contributing to the transformation of content management in the public sector, not least the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) earlier this year, which means organisations now have to be more careful than ever before to ensure data is being kept and used in the correct way.
To achieve true digital transformation, it is critical that public sector organisations are able to overcome the challenges they face – from tight budgets to pressures from cutbacks and staff shortages – to re-evaluate how they manage data, files and content in future. Organisations must embrace the digital revolution happening in the UK and, as citizens and staff members become more in-tune with the digital world, so too must they ensure a streamlined and easy move into the future of content management
Tackling The Cyber Threat To Document Management
Organisations are rightly concerned about any threat to their sensitive or confidential data. The problem is that the threats they face do not just originate from outside their domain, but are potentially derived from the malicious or unintended actions of their own employees or other users inside the firewall.
This paper presents the evidence for the growing threats to documents and document management that faces almost every part of an organisation. It explains how the manner of these threats is both physical and technological, and how it affects organisations security an compliancy.