MPS Monitor’s DCA 4 scoops BLI Outstanding Achievement Award

MPS Monitor’s new DCA 4 data collection agent has been tested and reviewed by Keypoint Intelligence independent labs. As a result of the comprehensive testing activity, MPS Monitor DCA 4 has been honoured with a Buyers Lab (BLI) Outstanding Achievement Award.

Keypoint Intelligence’s analysts and lab technicians conducted extensive testing and research activity. This included both hands-on lab tests and a review of third-party security testing that MPS Monitor had performed with the help of specialised security firms before and after DCA 4’s initial release.

The result of the analysis proves the quality, security, and richness of features within DCA 4, and highlights the improvements that MPS Monitor has implemented in its DCA core technology, making it ‘a leading-edge data collection agent that is equipped to deal with the worst security threats and to provide efficient, simple and versatile data collection.’

Keypoint Intelligence had already successfully tested several previous versions of MPS Monitor’s DCA (then called eXplorer 3). The last testing sessions were performed in 2020 as part of the testing of the entire MPS Monitor platform, which resulted in a Platinum Evaluation and in a Security Compliance Seal. The overall security posture of the platform was also subject to an extensive analysis performed in 2021, which led to the release of a dedicated Managed Print Services Platform Security Whitepaper. 

Nicola De Blasi, CEO of MPS Monitor said, “as has already happened many times in the past, once again Keypoint Intelligence’s testing methodology provides an independent and trusted recognition of the effort and investments that our company makes to stay at the top of the market in providing exceptional and secure IoT technology for the remote management of printing devices. Over the last 12 years, MPS Monitor’s DCA has been installed in more than half a million customer networks and is currently used by thousands of dealers to manage more than 1.2 million printing devices across 60 countries. We are thrilled to see DCA 4 perform so strongly and in line with expectations during the tests. Furthermore, we have already received extremely positive feedback from all dealers who are successfully installing thousands of DCA 4s at their customers every day.”

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