If your school is like most, it may have limited access to IT resources making it challenging to keep technology infrastructure up and running. Canon delivers efficient solutions to help schools create a viable and secure infrastructure even with limited IT maintenance.
In the midst of the Digital Transformation, educators have to grapple
with a new challenge: Data Governance. Having an information security
policy is not enough. A strategic approach to systems integration,
including multi-point access controls, is crucial to a successful
technology adoption that can lead to sustainable business processes and
enable flexible learning environments.
Despite the move toward paperless classrooms, paper and printing remain a reality in K12 today. According to Edmondo.com, over half of all teachers say their classrooms still use at least a ream of paper every month, with many consuming multiple reams.
Recent data shows that top printer output management headache is a lack of automated print job redirection.*
With uniFLOW, schools can store print jobs digitally in a secure centralized server and then interact with network printers to create jobs. This empowers the school to establish rules-based output and policies that add efficiencies and reduce costs.
*Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM)
An area of potential vulnerability is device hard drives that may store confidential student health and financial information. Canon solutions can help educators safeguard student information and assist in their strategy to meet FERPA and HIPAA regulations.
Encouraging and promoting cost conscious printing practices
Managing and reducing printing costs in schools can be a real challenges. Universal Login Manager (ULM) and uniFLOW are just two Canon solutions that offer convenient user authentication and usage tracking functionality to help manage security and costs by controlling individual user’s access and usage.