For its commitment to enterprise security and its portfolio of print and document security solutions, Xerox on Wednesday was named "leader" in the first International Data Corporation (IDC) MarketScape: Worldwide Security Solutions and Services Hardcopy 2017 Vendor Assessment1 report.
"For the past six years, Xerox has been a leader in the IDC MarketScape looking at managed print and document services and its evolution to document workflow services," said Robert Palmer, Research Director, Imaging, Printing and Document Solutions, IDC.
Xerox takes a comprehensive approach to security with proactive threat intelligence, addressing security threats before they become issues.
With Xerox's Managed Print Services (MPS), security configurations are easily set and monitored, remediation is automated and intrusions are tracked in devices, documents and data.
The new IDC MarketScape report notes that Xerox has a broad portfolio of print and document security solutions in the form of tools, methodologies and services configured to meet individual customer IT strategy needs, including data, documents, devices, rules and regulations governing both business and individual use cases.
Also, Xerox's methodology for securing the print and document environment is based on a layered approach, building up from the device level and expanding deeper into the customer's applications and IT infrastructure.
"At Xerox, we don't just look at the device, or the user, or the documents - we look at the entire life cycle and create solutions that naturally fit into a client's environment," said Ted Dezvane, senior Vice President, Managed Document Services, Xerox.
Earlier this year, Xerox launched its broadest product line ever of ConnectKey-enabled printers and multi-function devices with simple and secure on-the-go capabilities, cloud connectivity and access to productivity-boosting features and apps.
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