Sending a document almost anywhere, even several destinations at once is a relatively straightforward process thanks to advances in intelligent scanning technology. And with the latest security protocols, your documents are protected throughout the entire scanning process.
Even so, employees still regularly report seeing confidential information. How can this still be happening? The problem, it seems, occurs during the printing process. Read on to discover how you can make sure only authorized employees can see your company's confidential documents.
One efficient method for securing printed documents is to restrict physical access to your devices. Avoid placing a printer used for confidential documents in centralized locations like hallways or shared rooms easily accessible by large workgroups.
Today's document scanning technologies include authentications at the device before permitting access, and many printers have the same capabilities. By restricting access on the device, you can avoid some of the most common security pitfalls.
Pull printing is a process that holds a document until it's released by the user, who must walk up to the printer to enable printing. Here's how it works:
Internal document security is just one of the benefits of pull printing; compliance is another. Pull printing can prove to auditors that only authorized users had access to confidential documents during printing.
Another benefit includes reduced costs. Unclaimed documents left lying in print trays are a major source of wasted resources.
To learn more ways to improve document security in your organization, contact us at Ashley's Business Solutions today!