Data Security Seminar

Data Security Seminar
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Are your confidential documents protected?

With more data in soft copy form being shared across various networks, new data security threats have risen.

– How often is a confidential document printed and also left exposed in the out-tray?

– Do people have access to the same document server that holds strictly confidential information?

– How easily can folders and files be copied and also moved?

Can you afford this risk? Capital is offering data security solutions tailored to protect your information

Capital Document Solutions in partnership with Ricoh can offer you hardware and software security solutions to give you the peace of mind of guaranteed confidentiality and data protection.

4th October 2012 our Glasgow office will be hosting  an office equipment data security seminar that will be sponsored by Ricoh.

The purpose of the seminar is to help you improve the security of your sensitive documents and information which will be covered through topics such as:

– the latest hardware & software solutions

– network strategies

– and Electronic Data Management products

Another point of discussion will be Print Management, another solution to reducing your business’ bottom line.

Date           4th October 2012

Location   Capital’s Glasgow office

Time           11.30am (also including buffet lunch)                                                            

So call Fiona today to reserve your place – 0141 418 5588  or

Also you can email

Can’t attend? Give us a call and one of our solutions experts will discuss the possible solutions to your business security threats.



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