Quick Reminder on Digital Copiers and Security


Quick Reminder on Digital Copiers and Security


Just a reminder that all digital copiers since 2002 have hard drives and they keep a copy on them of anything copied, scanned or printed until it is full, then it starts writing over them again.  Some models can store thousands of the most recent items that went through them.  So just a reminder before a lease comes up or before a client decides to sell/get rid of a copier.

Depending on your company and the information that passes through the copier you might want to look at getting the hard drive wiped before the end of the lease, or seeing if there is an option available so that you can keep the hard drive like some of the servers now allow you to due under warranty replacements.



More About the Author

Richard Clapp

Systems Engineer
Cleaning Up WinSXS Folder on Windows Server 2008 R2 I finally found some good information for cleaning up the WinSXS folder on new instances of Windows. I found the following site ...
Getting Access to Multiple Branches while Using a Split VPN Tunnel for Performance I recently had to help a client who was having performance issues over the VPN. They had a fast connection at home, but just a standard ...

See more from this author →

InterWorks uses cookies to allow us to better understand how the site is used. By continuing to use this site, you consent to this policy. Review Policy OK


Interworks GmbH
Ratinger Straße 9
40213 Düsseldorf
Geschäftsführer: Mel Stephenson

Kontaktaufnahme: markus@interworks.eu
Telefon: +49 (0)211 5408 5301

Amtsgericht Düsseldorf HRB 79752
UstldNr: DE 313 353 072


Love our blog? You should see our emails. Sign up for our newsletter!