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Posted on May 22, 2017
The Advantages of Wireless Printing
When you use wireless printing, there will be no need for you to use cables and more than one user can use the printer. All you need is the power cable and you do not have to go through the process of installation. The printer can be placed just about anywhere and it will work fine. What’s important is that the printer remains within the range of the wireless network. The fact that a wireless printer can be used by more than one user makes it very ideal for office settings.Other advantages of using a wireless printer are the fact that you can print from other devices such as a phone, a tablet, or even a camera that has built in Wi-Fi. The disadvantages do not outweight the advantages but one issue to point out the issue of security. You can overcome this problem by having the right security settings....
Posted on May 1, 2017
Google Cloud Print makes it possible to send any document or image to a printer from any location. For example, if you wanted to print out a letter at home while at work, you could use the service to send that letter to your home printer and have it waiting for you when you get back. Normally this kind of setup requires a tedious network configuration, but with Google Cloud Print you just click a few buttons and you're done.
You share three types of information with Google when you use Google Cloud Print:Google keeps details about the print job (the job title, the printer you sent it to, printer status) as a record, along with your Google Account ID. This is used to process your print jobs. A copy of each document you send for printing is also kept until the print job is complete. This allows us to make sure your document gets printed. After the job is complete, the...
Posted on Jan 26, 2017
Protect your organization’s critical and confidential data assets with Sharp’s multi-layered approach to security that includes an extensive set of standard security features and optional Data Security Kits (DSKs).
Standard MFP security coupled with optional DSK security protects and controls the major MFP systems and subsystems (print, copy, scan, fax jobs, network settings, memory components, local user interface). The Sharp data encryption method uses the 256*-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm on all data before it is written to RAM and the hard disk drive. It also provides overwriting routines (up to 7-times overwrite) to ensure that all information is virtually irretrievable by unauthorized users. In addition, an End-Of-Lease feature ensures that all data is erased before returning, or relinquishing control of the MFP.
Posted on Jan 9, 2017
This unique product only requires standard power, unlike industrial shredders that need special power requirements, dedicated areas in your facility because of noise and dust. Our FlashEx is “plug and play “and can be used anywhere in the work place.
The FlashEx has a specially designed solid cutting head which grabs the material with specially designed claw like cutting cylinders pulling material into the unit. It automatically reverses itself on thicker material until the item is totally destroyed to 4x15mm end waste particle. The FlashEx has incorporated an Auto Safety feed opening, keeping the operator safe but still able to watch the destruction through the viewing window. The i-control operation unit is guaranteeing an easy-to-use machine and provides full control to the operator.
The intimus FlashEx is...