In a time where change is inevitable, businesses need to stay ahead of the curve to remain competitive within their industries and ensure the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t cause a decline in success. Large scale companies are looking for ways to manage services from one central console, as they prepare for a post pandemic working environment. To cater to these market needs and satisfy increasing customer demands, SEH Technology has launched its new print server, the print server ONE, for improved professional connectivity in any environment.
Second network interface for printers
Network printers often provide unsecured access to the home LAN or the company network, which creates vulnerabilities via the open Internet. With the printserver ONE, users can utilise the existing USB port on network printers, and create a separate, additional Ethernet interface for the printer, which can receive print data fully encrypted and even secured via an IPSec tunnel. Having this technology enables the printserver ONE to be used amongst public sector industries, such as hospitals and schools, ideal for admin purposes and much more, during a time when the public sector is at such high demand.
In addition, using the printserver ONE allows businesses to create a second Ethernet port on the printer via the USB interface. This means that outsourced computers or remote employees can be connected without any danger to the company network. All print processes from the “Internet computer” are forwarded to the printer in encrypted form, independently of the actual network, providing peace of mind for companies when navigating the disruptions from COVID-19.
Configuration and management
By integrating all printers and multifunction devices via the printserver ONE into the network environments, the print output devices can be managed centrally for improved flexibility. This effectively increases employee productivity, due to less print support related issues and also ensures complete control over settings of the user’s printer profiles.