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Security policies in printing

How do you ensure that your print-outs are secure and safe from prying eyes?

When you use a shared printer in the office, you need to make sure that jobs you send to that printer are only accessible by you and no one else. David Smith, CEO Landscape Printing Systems, explains the security policies that should be implemented to ensure that your documents are kept safe.

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