Canon South Africa has refreshed its range of imageRunner and imageRunner Advance DX multifunction and single function devices with features like enhanced security, lower energy consumption and reduced polystyrene waste in packaging. The printers also include collaboration tools for hybrid working.
The updated imageRunner and imageRunner Advance DX printers are equipped with device, data and network protection for security at every stage of the document lifecycle. The latest security firmware offers end-to-end protection and both ranges support encrypted file sharing, featuring TLS1.3, WPA3 & SMB 3.1.1 support, whilst the imageRunner Advance DX products are armed with FIPS 140-3 for certified encryption performance.
All devices in the updated portfolio also include two-factor authentication, in addition to incorporating stricter password rules for added protection. To ensure protection from malicious cyber-attacks, businesses can gain visibility thanks to secure status visualisation.
The refreshed product ranges are also supported by a Security Settings Navigator utility which allows users to apply optimum settings required for different network environments, without the need for a security specialist.
Canon’s devices enable businesses to optimise remote and hybrid working, thanks to uniFLOW Online.