CANON’S NEW imagePRESS C910 SERIES is all set to deliver verstality and amazing color quality
CANON’S NEW imagePRESS C910 SERIES is all set to deliver verstality and amazing color quality
Canon Canada Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is excited to announce the new imagePRESS C910 Series. Building on the success of its predecessor, the market leading1 imagePRESS C850 Series, the imagePRESS C910 Series is a true, light to mid-volume production colour digital press that incorporates advanced technologies to help commercial printers and CRDs/in-plants achieve amazing results—all in a compact footprint. Comprised of three models, the imagePRESS C910, C810 and C710, the high-quality series offers robust production speeds of up to 90 pages-per-minute (ppm), 80 ppm and 70 ppm respectively2, while sporting an intuitive, flexible design that makes it both productive and versatile for printing establishments of varying shapes and sizes.
The imagePRESS C910 colour digital press series is engineered to help print service providers meet today’s challenging demands and tight deadlines. This colour press reflects the synergy of intuitive operation and embedded colour controls, allowing for operators from entry-level to the most experienced to produce brilliant output on a wide range of media while also shortening turnaround times for both simple and complex jobs.
The updated series includes a range of new finishing options and extended media support to further increase application flexibility. These finishing options include:
- Includes double punching3 on tabloid size sheets to help maximize productivity and a new compact, robust inline booklet maker.
- Offers an open Document Finishing Device (DFD) adapter and bridge interface that allows for 3rd party finishing to connect to the Canon Staple/Booklet Finisher-W1 for corner stapling and advanced in-line finishing on the imagePRESS C910/C810 devices.
- Supports media up to 130-lb. Cover (350 gsm) to help print service providers expand the range of media offerings for applications such as business cards and direct mail.
- Supports printing on media up to 51.2 inches (1300mm)4, allowing for expanded application support of novel marketing collateral, pocket folders and banners.
As a result of workflow being a crucial aspect of every production print environment, the new series offers a choice of Digital Front Ends: Canon’s PRISMAsync Print Server Version 7 and the EFI Fiery powered imagePRESS Servers. Users have the option of selecting the imagePRESS Server H350 or imagePRESS Server G250, built on EFI®’s Fiery® FS350 platform offering fast processing, superb image quality and streamlined, automated workflows for sheet-fed digital production systems. In addition to meeting market demand for a consistent workflow for both black and white and colour print devices, the PRISMAsync family of print servers has expanded to include a brand new offering, the PRISMAsync Print Server LP. Targeted at light-volume print service providers, PRISMAsync Print Server LP helps streamline production further by unifying monochrome and colour workflows which helps reduce the chance of operator error and allows for efficient job management across presses.
The innovative and versatile imagePRESS C910 Series is available immediately through Canon Business System Solutions and Canon Authorized Dealers for purchase. For more information on Canon Canada and its production printing solutions, please visit https://canon.ca/en/consumer
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Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 series
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 laser multifunction series delivers excellent productivity and colour quality for your business. Targeted for high print volumes and with its versatile finishing options it is an ideal investment for both internal and client facing communications. It also provides an intuitive operation for the user and safeguards information, making this series a valuable addition to your business.
Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7565i
This high end colour A3 multifunctional device provides excellent colour quality and versatile finishing options to enhance business communications. Seamlessly integrating into any working environment, safeguarding information and advanced cost management capabilities make this a sound investment for your business.
- Colour and B&W printing output at 60 and 65 ppm
- Customisable 10.1 inch (25.7cm) colour WVGA smartphone like touch screen
- Print, copy, scan, send, store and optional fax functionality
- UFRII, PCL and Adobe PS3 printing
- Optional EFI fiery controllers
- Up to 9,300 sheet capacity
- Impressive in-house publishing capabilities
- Professional finishing options
- Class leading energy efficiency
Standard: 25.6 cm (10.1 inch) TFT LCD WSVGA Colour Touch panel
Optional: 26.4 cm (10.4 inch) Upright Colour SVGA Control Panel
Standard: 4.0GB RAM
Hard Disk drive
Standard: 250GB Maximum: 1TB
Mirroring Hard Disk Drive
Optional (250GB, 1TB)
NETWORK Standard: 1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T, Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n); Optional: NFC, Bluetooth Low Energy
OTHERS Standard: USB 2.0 (Host) x2, USB 3.0 (Host) x1, USB 2.0 (Device) x1; Optional: Serial Interface, Copy Control Interface
Paper input (Standard)
2 x 1,100 sheet cassettes (80gsm) + 2 x 550-sheet cassettes (80gsm)
250-sheet multi-purpose tray (80gsm)
Paper input (Option)
1x 3,500-sheet side paper deck (80gsm) (PAPER DECK UNIT-E1)
1x 3,500-sheet side paper deck (80gsm) (POD DECK LITE-C1)
1x 6,000-sheet multi-drawer paper deck (80gsm) (MULTI-DRAWER PAPER DECK-C1)
Maximum paper input capacity
9,300 sheets (80 gsm)
Colour Laser Beam Printing
Print Speed (BW/CL)
65/60 ppm (A4), 32/30 ppm (A3), 46/42 ppm (A4R), 65/60 ppm (A5R)
70/65 ppm (A4), 35/32 ppm (A3), 49/46 ppm (A4R), 70/65 ppm (A5R)
80/70 ppm (A4), 40/35 ppm (A3), 56/49 ppm (A4R), 80/70 ppm (A5R)
2,400 dpi x 2,400 dpi
Page description languages
UFR II, PCL 6, Genuine Adobe Postscript Level 3 (Standard)
Double Sided Printing
Direct printing available from USB memory key, Advanced space, Remote UI and Web Access¹
Supported file types: TIFF, JPEG, PDF, EPS, and XPS.
Printing from mobile and cloud
A range of software and MEAP-based solutions is available to provide printing from mobile devices or internet-connected devices and cloud-based services depending on your requirements.
Please contact your sales representative for further information.
iR-ADV C7565i: 65/60 ppm (A4), 32/30 ppm (A3), 46/42 ppm (A4R), 65/60 ppm (A5R)
iR-ADV C7570i: 70/65 ppm (A4), 35/32 ppm (A3), 49/46 ppm (A4R), 70/65 ppm (A5R)
iR-ADV C7580i: 80/70 ppm (A4), 40/35 ppm (A3), 56/49 ppm (A4R), 80/70 ppm (A5R)
iR-ADV C7565i: Approx. 4.8/5.9 seconds or less
iR-ADV C7570i: Approx. 4.8/5.9 seconds or less
iR-ADV C7580i: Approx. 4.4/5.4 seconds or less
Reading: 600 dpi x 600 dpi
Printing: Up to 2,400 dpi x 2,400 dpi
Up to 999 copies
25% - 400% (1% Increments)
Colour Platen and Single-pass Duplexing Automatic Document Feeder
Supported media size/s
A3, B4, A4R, A4, B5R, B5, A5R, A5, B6R
Pull Scan Spec
Colour Network ScanGear2. For both TWAIN and WIA
Supported OS: Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10
Server 2008/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012/Server 2012 R2
100 x 100 dpi, 150 x 150 dpi, 200 x 100 dpi, 200 x 200 dpi, 200 x 400 dpi, 300 x 300 dpi, 400 x 400 dpi, 600 x 600 dpi
Best place to rent or lease office all-in-one Laser Multifunction printer in Toronto.
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- Color Xerox MFP with support for 13 x 19.2 in. / SRA3
- Copy, print, scan, fax, email
- Best for high end departmental, print professional, and in-plant customers
- Get vibrant color and incredible detail with 2400 x 2400 dpi resolution
- A choice of print servers allows you to boost color management and streamline labor-intensive processes
- Standard Capabilities : Print, Copy, Scan, Preview, Email
- Optional Capabilities: Fax, finishing, feeding, workflow
- Print speed Color: up to 60 ppm
- Black: up to 65 ppm
- Recommended average monthly volume :10,000 - 50,000 pages per month
- Digital Front Ends
- Xerox® Integrated Color Server
- Xerox® EX-i C60/C70 Print Server Powered by Fiery®
- Xerox® FreeFlow® Print Server Integrated for the Xerox® Color C60/C70 Printer
- Xerox® EX C60/C70 Print Server Powered by Fiery®
- Media Types coated and uncoated stock, up to 110 lb cover (300 g/m²)
Finishing and Options
With the range of feeding and print finishing options available for your Xerox production equipment, you can add the capabilities that best suit your job mix and improve your workflow. For instance, digital front ends and other customizable solutions keep more jobs in progress and increase the return on your investments.
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HERE IS WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE LASER MULTIFUNCTIONAL PRINTERS OVER THE INKJET PRINTERS.
HERE IS WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE LASER MULTI FUNCTIONAL PRINTERS OVER THE INKJET PRINTERS.
There is a misconception that the laser multi-functional printers copiers scanners are just for the business. But it is not true as the laser printers can serve you much better than the inkjet printers.
HERE IS WHY.
- The main advantage of buying the laser printers over the inkjet ones is that the compatible toners for laser multi-function printers stays much longer than the inks for the inkjet printers. Inkjet inks usually have the expiration dates and they just dries up if you are not using them frequently which i think might be very frustrating.
- Another reason is that usually the inks for the inkjet printers are sometimes way more expensive than the inkjet printers itself. On the other hand, laser toner cartridges are not much expensive and they also do not go bad that easily. Laser cartridges or toners are in a powder form and they have a pretty long shelf life.
- Laser multifunctional printers and copiers are way more faster than the inkjet printers. It is really not recommendable to get inkjet printer if you want that good speed printing.
- Unless you regularly needs photo printing, do not get an inkjet printer.
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Security for Ricoh laser multifunction printers/copiers.
Security for Ricoh laser multifunction printers/copiers.
Ricoh's Approach to Security for Laser Color/Monochrome Multifunction Printers
Ricoh has been aware of the security issues surrounding Multifunction Printers for many years. As a market leader in Multifunction security, many steps have been taken to implement security features and functions to help protect your important information from threats, such as the alteration of electronic and hardcopy documents. Ricoh assumes a host of possible threats in every process throughout the lifecycle of electronic and hardcopy documents as they are generated, processed, stored, archived, and disposed. We develop and offer secure features and technology to protect electronic and hardcopy documents from threats without hindering the usability of our products or the productivity of our customers.
For a wide range of our products, Ricoh has obtained certification based on Common Criteria (ISO/IEC 15408). Our security functions are verified by independent third party government-licensed laboratories to ensure security features perform correctly and conform to security standards set by government and industry. Our Customers can use our products with confidence made possible by independent testing and international standards.
Information security threats are becoming more advanced and stealthy every day. Ricoh is committed to offering secure products that protect your information assets and harmonize with your office environment and security policies. Ensuring security requires correct settings and implementation in your specific environment. Ricoh makes sure that customers recognize the importance of security, and supports them so that they can use our products with the correct security settings.
Unsecured firmware and other malware
If a multifucntion printer's or printer’s built-in software — also known as firmware — is altered or compromised, that device can then be used as a method of intrusion into the corporate network, as a means to damage the device or as a platform for other malicious purposes. Ricoh-designed devices are built using a Ricoh-only Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and are designed to not boot up if the firmware has been compromised.
In addition to the firmware, many multifunction printers support the installation of applications which, if allowed to run, could allow an attacker access to the device. To protect against malicious code, Ricoh's color/monochrome multifunction prointer scanner copier will only allow an application to be installed if it incldues a valid Ricoh digital signature.
Network and Communications
Network port security
In an effort to make it easier to add network devices, many vendors’ network-enabled systems are routinely shipped to the customer with all ports set to “open” — but unused open ports on multifunction printers pose a security risk. Compromised ports can lead to various outside threats — including the destruction or falsification of stored data, Denial of Service (DoS) attacks and viruses or malware entering the network. Ricoh device administrators can easily disable unneeded network ports or protocols — helping make devices virtually “invisible” to hacking.
IP address filtering
Accesses using TCP/IP can be controlled by designating a range of IP addresses from which accesses is allowed.
Security for fax lines
A multifunction printer with a fax feature is connected to the outside via a telephone line and it is necessary to block unauthorized access. Ricoh software is designed to only process appropriate types of data and send that data to appropriate functions in the device. Therefore, only fax data is received from the fax line and it is communicated only to the processes needed for fax operation. This mechanism prevents unauthorized access from the fax line to the network or to the programs inside the device.
Ricoh multifunction printers can use IPsec for encrypted communications. IPsec enables communications in units of secure packets at the IP protocol level. Even if no encryption is used by a high-order protocol or application, IPsec enhances security by preventing the communication content from being tapped into or altered.
Encryption over SSL/TLS
Ricoh multifunction printers can use SSL/TLS for encrypted communications. SSL/TLS prevents data from being tapped into, analyzed, or altered during communications. For instance, a customer using e-mail services and cloud services over the Internet may want to encrypt communications using the scan-to-e-mail function. This method greatly reduces the risk of information leaks or alterations when an external SMTP server is used. When using the "RICOH Smart Device Connector", communication between the smartphone application and the multifunction device is encrypted by SSL/TLS as well.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a protocol for collecting information on network devices so that they can be monitored and controlled. The information includes, for example, the total number of copies a device has printed and the errors it has encountered. SNMP is also used to operate the devices, such as monitoring the operating status of its services. These functions are based on information obtained from a management information base (MIB), which describes the configuration of the network devices. SNMPv3 incorporates user authentication and data encryption functions which protect user data and network device information.
S/MIME for scan-to-e-mail
To reduce the risk of information leaks, e-mail messages can be sent using public key cryptography and a certificate of user verification that has been registered in the address book of a multifunction printer. Spoofing and message alteration can be prevented by attaching an electronic signature using a secret key based on a device certificate in the the multifunction copier.
- This feature is not available with W-NET FAX and direct SMTP.
WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access) support
WPA2 is an encryption system for wireless networks. WPA2 provides greater security than WEP, a conventional encryption system. In addition to the SSID and security key used in WEP, WPA2 features a user authentication function and an encryption protocol.
IEEE 802.1x network protocol
Ricoh multifunction printers utilize 802.1x protocols, which provides an authentication mechanism when attaching to a LAN or WLAN. This helps safeguard against unauthorized access to resources located on the protected side of the network.
Security Functions for Management
Authentication features enable authorized users to access a Ricoh multifunction printer, while preventing access for those without proper credentials. Ricoh also gives you the ability to control the level of capabilities granted to each user or group of users. This may include restricting the ability to change machine settings and view address book entries or granting access to particular scanning workflows, document servers and other functions. In addition, the User Lockout function — which triggers if it detects a high frequency of successful or failed login attempts — helps guard against a denial of service attack or brute force password crack.
User authentication using authentication cards
Instead of entering a user name and password, a user can simply hold an authentication card over the card reader to login to the device. The Common Access Card (CAC) is a U.S. Department of Defense specialized ID card-based authentication system, designed for government users that must be compliant with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12).
- Authentication card system is optional.
Job logs/access logs
Logs stored in the multiufnction copier provide a variety of information such as how the functions have been used, what errors have occurred, how the device has been accessed, and who have accessed the device. These logs impose a disincentive to people intending to leak information, and allow tracking in the unlikely event of an unauthorized access.
User access restriction
With a user management tool, the system administrator can restrict the access privileges of users. For instance, the administrator can set up the privileges to allow only selected users to access the address book registered in the multifunction printer. This blocks unauthorized access to important information, such as the personal information recorded in the address book.
User lockout function
The User Lockout function triggers if it detects a high frequency of successful or failed login attempts. This helps guard against a denial of service attack or brute force password crack.
Hard Disk Security
Hard disk drive (HDD) encryption
Even if the hard drive is physically removed from a Ricoh multifunction printer, the encrypted data cannot be read. The hard drive encryption function can help protect a multifunction printer’s hard drive against data theft while helping organizations comply with corporate security policies. Encryption includes data stored in a system’s address book — reducing the danger of an organization’s employees, customers or vendors having their information misappropriated and potentially targeted.
Data to be encrypted
The following types of data — which are stored in the non-volatile memory or hard disk drive of multifunction printers — can be encrypted:
- ・Address book
- ・User authentication data
- ・Stored documents
- ・Temporarily stored documents
- ・Network interface settings
DataOverwriteSecurity System (DOSS)
When a document is scanned or when data is received from a PC, some data may be stored temporarily on the hard disk drive or memory device. This can include scan/print/copy image data, user entered data and device configuration. This temporary — or “latent” — data represents a potential security vulnerability. The RICOH DataOverwriteSecurity System (DOSS) closes this vulnerability, destroying temporary data stored on the MFP’s hard drive by overwriting it with random sequences of “1’s” and “0’s.” Temporary data is actively overwritten and thereby erased each time a job is executed.
PDF password encryption
To increase security against unauthorized use, PDF files can be protected by encryption and password. A protected PDF file can be opened only by a person who knows the password. A password can also be set for changing the privileges, thus restricting the printing, modification, copying, and extraction of the content.
Printed documents sitting on the paper tray or left out in the open can be picked up by anyone. This puts the document’s information at risk, and the potential impact grows dramatically when printing confidential documents. Ricoh locked print capabilities can hold encrypted documents on the device’s hard drive until the document’s owner arrives and enters the correct PIN code. In addition to this driver-based locked print function, Ricoh also offers enhanced locked print — which is tied to user accounts and can be coupled with card authentication. For even more capability, software such as RICOH Streamline NX can provide full-featured secure document release — giving users options over their secure print queue while letting administrators maintain control.
Unauthorized copy control
Ricoh offers functions to thwart unauthorized copying of hardcopy documents — helping prevent possible information leaks. The copy guard function prints and copies documents with special invisible patterns embedded across the background. If the printed or copied document is photocopied again, the embedded patterns will become visible on the copies.
The unauthorized copy control function protects against unauthorized copying in two ways. Masked Type for Copying embeds a masking pattern and message within the original printout. If unauthorized copies are made, the embedded message appears on the copy. This might include the document author’s name or a warning message. Data Security for Copying helps safeguard the information itself. When the Ricoh device detects the masking pattern, the printed data is obscured by a gray box that covers all but a 4mm margin of the masking pattern.
Device Operation Security
Displaying confirmation of transmission
Before sending a fax, the destination fax number and the number of pages can be easily viewed. This screen minimizes the risk of dialing the wrong number. The device can be set up so that this screen is always displayed before transmission.
Re-entering a fax number to confirm destination
People can easily make mistakes when entering a fax number directly on the keypad. Our customer engineers can set up the device so that the number needs to be entered twice or more for confirmation. If different numbers are entered, the transmission will not commence. This feature minimizes the risk of sending information to a wrong destination.
- Ricoh's multifunction printers comply with FASEC 1, a security guideline for facsimile.
Ricoh's Functions Designed to Protect Firmware
Digitally signed firmware updates
If a MFP or printer’s built-in software — also known as firmware — is altered or compromised, that device can then be used as a method of intrusion into the corporate network, as a means to damage the device or as a platform for other malicious purposes. Ricoh-designed devices are built using a Ricoh-only Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and are designed to not boot up if the firmware has been compromised. Ricoh’s TPM is a hardware security module that validates the controller core programs, Operating System, BIOS, boot loader and application firmware.
Ricoh MFPs and printers use a digital signature to judge firmware validity. The public key used for this verification is stored in an overwriteprotected, non-volatile region of the Ricoh Trusted Platform Module (TPM). A root encryption key and cryptographic functions are also contained within the TPM and cannot be altered from the outside. Ricoh uses a Trusted Boot procedure that employs two methods to verify the validity of programs/firmware:
1. Detection of alterations
2. Validation of digital signatures
A Ricoh laser multifunction color printer will not boot up unless its programs/firmware are verified to be authentic and safe for users.
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