For Xerox, a global technology company, the shift to remote working has made it more difficult for organizations to keep up with print security. Those that use security, analytics, scanning, and cloud technologies and software can deliver a more seamless work experience on physical and digital platforms.
Organizations of all sizes express a need to accelerate their Digital Transformation with a guided path through cybersecurity. According to the Print Security 2022 Survey conducted by Quocirca, 70% of IT decision-makers in large and midsize businesses plan to increase their print security in the next year.
Ricardo Karbage, Managing Director and Enterprise Business Leader, Xerox Brazil and LATAM, said: “Xerox continues to lead a competitive market when it comes to generating value and innovation for customers through our Managed Print Services.
“We offer an expanded range of security products and services based on a commitment to continuously improve security in our hardware, software, processes, content portfolios and services.”
The study revealed that 61% of CIOs say it is increasingly challenging to maintain cybersecurity in print, so having a trusted partner with complete market expertise is needed.
Xerox was named a leader in Quocirca’s Print Security 2022 Landscape report for its cloud-first policy, which enables zero-trust security, print monitoring tools, security and analytics services.Click below to share this article