The Applications of Industrial and Domestic Scanning Devices A growing problem with the confidentiality of electronic medical records (EMRs) has led to renewed interest in studies of secure communication and storage. One area of improvement is in the security procedures taken to ensure the invulnerability of electronically scanned personal health information. For instance, modern industrial devices have obtained the ability to scan, print, copy, email, and fax information. Those intended for commercial use usually require a hard drive to help it process information at a faster rate. In contrast, those devices of more domestic origins do not require this extra feature because they are not designed to accommodate such a large amount of data.
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