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MyQ X Edition Comparison
Various limits can be set in the MyQ Admin interface to control printing costs, e.g. by restricting the number of printable pages per day / week / month or allowing only monochrome printing for certain (groups of) users.
MyQ suports credit systems where users pay for individual tasks. The IT admin can set different prices for various printing or scanning tasks, such as black-and-white (B&W, monochrome) or color printing.
Enterprise Content Management – a repository for a company's digital files similar to a DMS, but with extra functionality. An ECM arranges unorganized data, but also contains processes used to capture and manage various types of content.
Optical Character Recognition – software that converts a scanned document’s contents into a searchable text layer (in an output PDF) or editable text in files that can be opened in Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc.
Document Management System – a digital "filing cabined" used by a company to store, manage, and track its electronic documents during their entire life cycle.
A stand-alone tool where the IT admin can edit the design of the MyQ Embedded terminal by adjusting the color of the background and tiles, customizing icons, or by adding the company's logo.
When a user logs in to a printer (MFP), the touch panel displays MyQ's friendly, customizable interface. It can be customized to show only relevant functions.
A MyQ function that can be assigned to a specific button on the Embedded terminal. It provides the option to quickly scan to a predefined destination, such as an e-mail address, cloud storage or network folder.
The nuclear part of a multi-server architecture. It is the main controlling server for various site servers that are connected to it. It manages site server licenses and collects user information and job accounting data into one centralized database and provides overall statistics and management of the site servers from one place.
"Data about other data”. In the context of printing, metadata provide details about the printed document, such as the size, format, or number of pages.
As far as scanning goes, metadata can inform about the document's author, version, parametres, name of organization, and more – and these can help deliver the scanned file to the right place in the company's document workflow system (DMS).