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Completion of Document Distribution Infrastructure

Completion of Document Distribution Infrastructure

1. Building Document Distribution Infrastructure

BMLinkS-compliant devices and BMLinkS common software can be used to develop a BMLinkS document distribution infrastructure.

New functions

  • Document scanning, storage and printing co-ordination among multi-vendor office equipment can be implemented in a simple way.
  • Document distribution in a PC-less environment can be implemented.

Common software supplied

Specific services

  • If the user wants to move to another location while carrying his/her own PC
    →Network Storage (to PC), Stored Document Printing, Confidential Printing.
  • If the user wants to move to another location without carrying his/her own PC →Network storage (to Server), Network Copying, Stored Document Printing.

2. Implementation of Device Management

Device management that allows to use multi-function devices (MFPs) from multiple vendors more securely and efficiently can be implemented.

New functions

  • In an environment where multi-function devices (MFPs) from multiple vendors co-exist, these devices can be configured and monitored in a unified manner, as well as usage history can be obtained.
  • Multi-function devices (MFPs)-specific information, including copy, scan, fax, can be accessed, which was not possible in the standard MIB.
  • Device management applications for efficient management of multi-function devices (MFPs) from multiple vendors can be developed easily.

Specific services

  • With a unified manner, for multi-function devices (MFPs) from multiple vendors, IT managers can:
    • Configure the devices' network settings, address books, and so on.
    • Monitor the devices for warnings, errors, remaining toner and paper, and other information.
    • Obtain the devices’ usage history (MFP job histories including print, copy, scan, fax)
 


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