Ricoh has launched a line of enterprise multi-function printer (MFP) systems, promising better image quality and faster speeds.
The company is offering UK businesses four models, the MP C3001, MP C3501, MP C4501 and C5501.
Ricoh said that the MFPs sport new management and security controls, including 'quota settings' which limit the number of documents an employee can print over a given amount of time.
The systems also feature hard disk encryption, and overwrite features designed to prevent third parties from obtaining contact details, document data and authentication credentials.
"To prevent information leakage, users are able to automatically overwrite temporarily stored data, and encrypt their address book, authentication information, and stored documents as the data is written," said Ricoh UK mono and colour MFP product manager Steve Mulroy.
"At the point of disposal, when information on an MFP is most vulnerable to attack, organisations can overwrite all data stored on the hard disk."
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