EveryonePrint ensure the application’s security level through good development practices and rigorous testing. Normally the chosen hosting provider is responsible for the cloud servers’ security. Similarly, the customer would be responsible for servers if HCP is installed within a private cloud option.
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- Can users bypass the system and print directly from a print server or a local queue on their computer to the IP address of a printer?
- How does Hybrid Cloud Platform sustain disasters affecting data centers or connections?
- How does overall end-to-end security of the solution change if certain components are deployed in different places on the network?
- How does the encryption work?
- How does the provider ensure software security, and which software remains customer’s responsibility?
- How to protect against log4j vulnerability when unable to upgrade HCP?
- If documents are not released for printing what happens to them?
- What happens to your print data during network outages?
- Where personal data is stored? What kind of personal data is processed in the cloud?