Xerox Adds Security Features to Its Devices
With copiers and multifunction devices increasingly connected to the network and capable of storing large amounts of data, Xerox is making security a bigger priority to keep its enterprise customers happy.
Security technologies are becoming more tightly integrated with IT products of all kinds, as evidenced by storage giant EMC's recent acquisition of software maker RSA Security for $2.1 billion. Now, enterprises are looking for new ways to lock down devices that have long posed a serious threat for information leakage: their copiers, scanners and printers. Xerox Adds Security Features to Its Devices
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