Towards the beginning of April 2016, the older Xerox WorkCentre 7855 ( including the WorkCentre 7830, 7835, 7845 ) were discontinued and the new “i” series was introduced. From the outside, it seems to pretty much the same as the previous unit, but the real change is in the software guts of the device.
In a connected environment, the Xerox devices have to interact and play well with all the new technologies out there and also address security and virus threats. Yes – you read that right – security threats via the humble copier. Anything placed on your corproate network is a source for incoming and outgoing date and becomes a port for threats. Xerox lead the way in this by tying up with McAfee years ago and made these Xerox multi function printers capable of handling security threats and viruses. The level of protection has been significantly upgraded and we would be happy to discuss how these features can be a benefit for your specific environment.
The other area where Xerox devices are going towards is Embedded apps that allow you to easily connect your mobile workers to the device. Xerox® App Gallery allows you to download new apps, such as Print from DropBox™ and Scan to Microsoft®, Office 365 directly from the user interface. Xerox® ConnectKey® Technology helps to streamline how your business deals with critical information—in-house or in the cloud. Apps are available at the Xerox® App Gallery. Visit www.xerox.com/AppGallery.
Magnum is an exclusive platinum level Xerox dealer and our clients span across the United States. We can service and support your Xerox devices anywhere in the United States with a guaranteed same day / next day on-site service guarantee.
To learn more about how Magnum can help your organization evaluate your existing copier leases or provide a quote for new copier and printer equipment, please call (800) 893 1183 or send an email to email@example.com