Free whitepaper on data protection-compliant network printing
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Dear Sir or Madam,
Even though the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will only become binding in May 2018, the new law is one of the most important issues that companies across the globe are working on this year.
In order to support you when designing your printing processes to be fully compliant with data protection regulations, we summarized for you all relevant information in our whitepaper. And with our exclusive offer for secure printing, you can start the new year relaxed in the knowledge that you are fully prepared.
We hope you enjoy this edition.
Your ThinPrint Team
Start 2018 Fully Relaxed with GDPR-Compliant Printing Processes
Start 2018 Fully Relaxed with GDPR-Compliant Printing Processes
The EU’s GDPR will have an impact on nearly every IT process – including network printing. That’s why it’s important to take a closer look at your printing processes now.
In our whitepaper, we show where security risks occur in the printing process. And learn too how you can easily make your print infrastructure fully-compliant without investing in new hardware.
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Don’t Miss Out: Our Orange Friday Offer Ends Soon
Orange Friday Offer Ends Soon
Until December 15th we’re offering you an exclusive bundle for secure printing with your existing printers. If you select 25 Personal Printing licenses or more, you will also receive a Personal Printing Release Station free of charge.
This allows you to print conveniently using user authentication with your existing card system. At the same time, you secure your print jobs against data protection violations.
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Disappearing Printers and Late Nights at Medical Practices
ThinPrint Helps Medical Practices
In the latest addition to the ThinPrint blog, we took a closer look at printing in medical practices. Here too, printing problems occurred again and again.
Find out how a joint practice in Berlin won the battle against slow print jobs and the resulting overtime and how constant searching for the default printer in Hamburg ended.
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