The emergence of new strains of the coronavirus which appear to be more transmissible, is causing concern to governments across the globe and has led many countries to reintroduce or strengthen their stay at home requirement. As a consequence, 2021 has seen many organizations, once again, having to reengage a work from home policy. Unfortunately, cybercriminals have been quick to take advantage of the situation and the potential security weaknesses caused by the increased number of staff accessing data in a home office environment.

While for many, home office working can have its advantages, for IT managers it can create some challenges, in particular, ensuring home office print security and regulatory compliance are not compromised. Home workers need to be able to print seamlessly both at the home office and in corporate locations, while being aligned with organizational security and compliance policies. Frequently employees unknowingly bypass existing policies when they are unable to perform tasks easily when working from home, including home office printing. Most organizations expose themselves to these unnecessary security and regulatory risks without the correct control measures in place.

Enterprise and government organizations can immediately take advantage of Ringdale’s FollowMe® print management solution for a consistent and manageable approach to security and compliance when printing from corporate locations and home offices.

“Printing in the home office is made easy with FollowMe and organizations can benefit from the security and compliance controls already in place for corporate office printing,” said Eric Crump, Director of Strategic Alliances at Ringdale. “Our vendor neutral platform is ready to support our customers working with a broad range of printer brands found normally in WFH environments”.

To learn more about FollowMe®, the leading secure print management solution for enterprise and government organizations, please contact the FollowMe team  or visit

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