Europe's Retarus And Lexmark Raise Partnership To Global Level.

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Date: Thursday November 8, 2018 12:54:38 pm
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    Europe's Retarus And Lexmark
    Raise Partnership To Global Level.
    Lexmark and Retarus, the global information logistics company, are stepping up their collaboration: Lexmark's digital fax solutions for multifunction printers (MFPs) and Retarus are now available worldwide.
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    Companies benefit in All-IP networks from a high delivery quality as well as improved data security and seamless reporting. In addition, Lexmark MFPs make it even easier to digitize fax communications. An important advantage of the global expansion of cooperation is the comprehensive protection of Retarus Fax solutions for MFPs. Especially in times of the "Faxploit" vulnerability, protected fax communication is possible: MFPs connected to Retarus' fax infrastructure do not require either a fax card or an analog line. Potential software-based fax attacks are thus prevented in good time.
    "Safety is Lexmark's top priority. Thanks to the Retarus solutions, we go one step further in terms of fax security and strengthen the all-round protection for sending and receiving faxes, "explains Alexandre Janicki, Senior Industry Consultant Financial Services at Lexmark Deutschland GmbH. "With Retarus, we have had a reliable, specialized partner for the EMEA region since 2017 that fits well with our global strategy. The expansion of our partnership was therefore close. In addition, our customers benefit from Retarus' expertise in digital workflow optimization. "
    And Roland Augustin, vice president of strategy at Retarus, underscores, "We are pleased to continue to expand our relationship with Lexmark and leverage our cloud fax services to Lexmark business customers worldwide. With 'Retarus Fax Services', documents can be sent and received securely and efficiently by fax and automatically integrated into digital workflows without media breaks. This has become even more important since the switchover of telecommunications providers to IP networks. "
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