We get asked quite a bit what the primary benefit of PrinterLogic is. Fact is, PrinterLogic has been consistently proven to bring so many benefits that it’s hard to narrow it down to just one. If pressed, we’d say number one is Eliminate Print Servers and two is centralized printing—if only because both have so many inherent advantages of its own.
If we focus on centralized printing, PrinterLogic’s printing approach does away with the legendary complexities, inefficiencies and incompatibilities of traditional print environments. It puts every printer in your organization—no matter how many printers or physical locations you might have—right at your fingertips with a powerful but intuitive administrator interface that’s accessible from a single pane of glass.
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Centralized printing doesn’t just streamline printer, driver and queue management. It also consolidates oversight. PrinterLogic incorporates at-a-glance auditing and reporting features that allow you to track and quantify printing activity on the basis of printer, user, and print job. That lets you know which employees or departments are the most resource-hungry, providing an opportunity for huge potential savings through the reduction of print consumables.
But that’s just the admin side. Centralized printing has practical advantages that the end user can appreciate too. For example, employees have the ability to perform routine printer installs themselves using PrinterLogic’s straightforward, uniform self-service portal, saving them and you a call to the service desk. Users in Citrix or VMware sessions can have nearby printers automatically installed and dynamically changed to more proximate printers should they roam during the session. Cutting-edge mobile and BYOD users can print to any authorized printer anywhere, at any time, from any device. And security-minded users can release specific print jobs at the physical printer, ensuring private documents stay private.
Better still, PrinterLogic’s centralized printing addresses problems of availability—because centralization doesn’t correspond to a lack of robustness. By allowing you to eliminate print servers altogether, PrinterLogic actually removes single points of failure, so every employee in the organization can keep printing as usual in the event of a WAN outage or if a host server should fail.
Interested in learning about even more benefits of centralized printing? Visit this page, where you can download an informative white paper on how to make the leap to centralized printing and even eliminate print servers through PrinterLogic.