RICOH has announced an update to its latest locked print security solution, Enhanced Lock Print NX v1.3 (ELP-NX). The original version enabled an organisation to protect its confidential information by allowing users to store, print and manage documents with the protection of user identification.Â
TheÂ latest versionÂ builds onÂ the distribution and retrieval option of FlexRelease Server.Â This means that users can approach any ELP-NX enabled MFP or printer to access and retrieve their locked print jobs.
Users can protect specific documents by selecting â€œlocked printâ€ from the print-driver menu, while network administrators can set â€œlocked printâ€ as the default for organisation-wide document protection.Â Users enter their ID and password on the MFP at walk-up. This ensures documents wonâ€™t be released by another MFP user or left unattended in output trays where others can easily view sensitive information.
ELP-NX v1.3 is offered as a stand-alone product, as well as an option for Ricohâ€™s Card Authentication Package (CAP). CAP simplifies the user experience by eliminating the need to enter a user ID and password on the MFP by supporting the use of card readers attached to the MFP or printer.
For more information on the security features Ricoh can offer call System One on 01279 602 702.
System One is a Nashuatec and Ricoh dealer offering multifunctional devices,Â printersÂ and a wide range of software / document workflow solutions.
System OneÂ primarily covers the geographical areas of London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex and Cambridgeshire.