MAR 29, 2017, NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX), the company built on innovating the way the world works, is leading another workplace revolution – today launching 29 ConnectKey®-enabled printers and multifunction devices with simple and secure on-the-go capabilities, cloud connectivity, and access to productivity boosting features and apps.
The new ConnectKey portfolio transforms traditional printing devices into smart, connected workplace assistants that reflect the evolving needs of today’s businesses. Personalized workflows, one-touch access to the cloud and multi-layered security features are the new print, copy and fax.
The family of products includes a variety of sizes, speeds and capabilities to match the needs of small- and medium-sized businesses as well as large enterprises, with a consistent user experience across the portfolio.
“We understand the changes that are occurring in the workplace,” said Jeff Jacobson, chief executive officer, Xerox. “The process of getting work done has moved from the desktop to your pocket. It’s very personal, and we’ve built a portfolio of true workplace assistants tightly connected to the mobile and cloud technology environment that accommodates this evolution.”
The new products will be identified as the Xerox VersaLink® and Xerox AltaLink® series. The VersaLink devices are designed for small workgroups and distributed teams, and include 19 printers and multifunction printers (MFPs). The AltaLink series includes 10 MFPs designed for larger workgroups or print volume needs. Key attributes include:
By working with industry leaders in network security, ConnectKey-enabled devices offer added security – ensuring they are monitored and trusted in even the most security-conscious environments. AltaLink MFPs feature an added layer of security through our partnership with McAfee.
User proof point: Xerox ConnectKey a win for global manufacturer
CLIMAX is a global portable manufacturing company that offers on-site machining, welding and valve testing to its customers in the oil and gas, mining, heavy construction, power generation, shipbuilding and transportation industries. The company turned to the new Xerox devices because its employees need simple, secure and often on-the-go access to digital files for printing, sharing and storing.
“Xerox’s VersaLink C405 devices fit perfectly in our highly-secure, highly-mobile work environment,” said David Richardson, network administrator, CLIMAX. “Our engineers only work on the most complex manufacturing and repair jobs, so it’s critical that our workflows are as streamlined as possible.”
The 29 Xerox AltaLink and Xerox VersaLink devices are available worldwide in the second quarter.