(also known as Xerox machines, after the company who initially
patented them) have been for some decades the main way of copying
documents, diagrams and even photos. The method was called
xerography (from the Greek word that means dry printing).
However, today's copiers work on a totally different level. Being
digitised in every aspect, copiers scan a document (or bulk of
documents) and save them in a hard disk as image files. Then the
copier can produce as many hard copies as required, like a laser
most advanced copiers keep information like the user name from which
a document originated, the computer that sent it, the number of
copies printed, time and date stamps etc. All these pieces of
information can be vital to control the outflow of information
(especially classified/privileged info).
companies lease (rent) multi copier machines for a period of time.
What you may not realise is that a wealth of your sensitive details
is left available for whoever gets hold of the copier's magnetic
need an investigation and do not have the experience in accessing
this information, or if your copier has broken down, and you need to
retrieve important information, Strathclyde Forensics can provide
you with the support you need.
us for a non-obligation free consultation.