The launch of the 2nd generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE series by Canon with Universal Login Manager
PR Log - Nov 02, 2012 - Canon photocopiers are in a league of their own – the launch of the second generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE series incorporated with the revolutionary Universal Login Manager.
Canon, a world leader in imaging solutions has launched a pioneering range of Colour and Mono Photocopiers with advanced login solutions in the form of the 'Universal Login Manager'. As an accredited partner of Canon photocopiers, here at e-solutions we acquire the most current knowledge of Canon's devices, so rest assure we are here to involved at the entry stage and provide the best level of support.
This new range of Canon photocopiers facilitates convenient user authentication, access control, improved personal productivity and usage tracking for small to medium businesses.
The second generation of imageRUNNER ADVANCE consists of 6 new series in the form of scalable A3 Colour and Mono photocopiers, better known in the industry as multifunctional devices (MFDs). Canon photocopiers have been designed to handle businesses’ everyday challenged in a much smarter way.
The new Universal Login Manager platform features a bespoke server-less applications for user authentication on the new imageRUNNER ADVANCE RANGE as an enhanced version of its predecessor. Secure printing is becoming increasingly more important, and it is expected that workplaces ensure greater security and control over the device or a small fleet are in place. This can now be achieved through the Login Universal Manager by getting around the issues surrounding convenience and user productivity.
Through its design, Canon have eradicated additional investment surrounding extra servers, exerting the simplest of set up processes which can now benefit a whole of people and most importantly your organisational needs.
Canon has incorporated a choice flexible login ways to protect the device from unauthorised access along with security levels that need to be increased to suit your convenience needs.
Proximity Card Login – Swipe your card at the device, with optional pin
· Image Login – Touch your profile picture to access your account, with optional pin
The Universal Login Manager supports local device authentication. This requires the administrator to create user accounts and determines what permissions to give by accessing the device’s controls through a web browser using your PC.
Depending how complex your network is you may see benefit from the Active Directory on Windows Server which is also available.
With further evolving requirements or an even more enhanced experience you can also easily upgrade to the uniFLOW solutions.