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Platinum status for FollowMe

For the fifth consecutive year, analysts at Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab (BLI) have given the highest rating to Ringdale’s print management solution for document security and compliance.

With a mission to identify solutions that address business-critical challenges around office printing, analysts from BLI put FollowMe Enterprise and Government/ Public Sector through a rigorous evaluation, after which they awarded it the highest possible Platinum rating.

Jamie Bsales, Director of Solutions and Security Analysis at Keypoint Intelligence, said: “The FollowMe solution is well suited for enterprise and public sector customers looking to address data protection and compliance requirements, drive down costs and optimise user productivity. Its Data Loss Prevention abilities, in particular, set FollowMe apart. Through the judicious use of content monitoring policies, administrators can enable all manner of safeguards that prevent sensitive data from being put to paper and leaving the organisation.”

He added: “Where FollowMe stands out from similar systems BLI has tested is in the broad range of device makes supported. Ringdale offers applets for just about every embedded software platform in printers and multi-functional printers.”

Eric Crump, Ringdale’s Director of Strategic Alliances, says the report is proof of the company’s continued technology leadership and ability to address the printer-related data privacy and endpoint security concerns of public sector organisations and global enterprises.

He said: “We are pleased to be recognised again, for the fifth year in a row, by Keypoint Intelligence for print security and management in the most demanding business environments. This acknowledgment sets our global partners apart with the industry recognised enterprise security services that international customers require.”

The BLI Platinum-rated Solution Report for FollowMe is available to download from

www.followme.ringdale.com.

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