Fujitsu’s new scanner to offer network security

fitThe N7100 features an active feeding system based on the Fujitsu 'Brake Roller' technology. (Image source: Fujitsu)Japan’s Fujitsu has released a new network scanner Fujitsu N7100 that comes with an administrative control system for a safer centralised management

Mike Nelson, vice-president at Fujitsu subsidiary PFU Imaging Solutions Europe, said, “Given that the scanner is shared in a workgroup environment amongst multiple employees, the N7100 offers security features like login authentication, encryption, automatic deletion of temporary document data and secure initialisation leaving no trace of old user data.

“The stand-alone network scanner can be operated without a PC and all N7100 scanners within a company can be monitored and managed by a central administration tool. Its large touchscreen provides easy access to role-specific job profiles for seamless integration with business processes.”

The scanner will be available at Fujitsu sales partners from April 2015 at US$2,149 plus VAT, added Nelson.

“The new active paper feeding mechanism of the Fujitsu N7100 prevents paper jams and maintains separation between sheets to avoid multiple pages being loaded into the scanner at the same time,” he noted.

Additional new features include automated PaperStream image enhancement capabilities and USB ports for keyboard or IC reader connectivity to further increase efficiency.

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