When we launched PrinterLogic’s all-new Control Panel Platform last summer, we were super excited about how it would augment the secure release printing capabilities of our serverless printing infrastructure.
Our customers were excited, too, because it meant their end users would be able to view and release print jobs more quickly, conveniently and securely than ever.
We kicked things off with the PrinterLogic Canon Control Panel Application (CPA). Along with being certified by Canon for full compatibility, it showcased the universal benefits of our new platform. Those include:
Not long after we debuted our Canon CPA, we announced the availability of PrinterLogic’s CPA for Sharp multifunction printers (MFPs).
That release also introduced support for dual-factor authentication, a practice that’s already very common in government, financial, healthcare and legal circles. Configuring the PrinterLogic CPA for dual-factor authentication requires users to swipe their ID badge as well as enter a PIN to authenticate. That extra layer of security helps confidential documents stay secure.
So far, PrinterLogic has issued the latest version of our CPAs for four global brands: Canon, Sharp, HP and Xerox. Customers who use PrinterLogic SaaS, our cloud-based serverless printing infrastructure, can already make use of those control panel applications on the many supported MFPs.
And by mid-2020, we’ll have expanded support to include three more major brands: Konica-Minolta, Ricoh and Lexmark. That means serverless secure printing with PrinterLogic SaaS and CPA-based release will be possible for 95% of all installed MFPs around the world.
That’s a pretty big milestone. Especially when you consider that PrinterLogic SaaS is still the only solution to deliver secure release printing from the cloud without requiring a traditional print server infrastructure.
Security should be a natural, fluid part of the printing workflow. That’s why PrinterLogic SaaS gives you rich options for how you actually implement serverless secure printing. Depending on your print management setup, the following release mechanisms are available to end users:
These convenient release methods work in conjunction with our serverless printing infrastructure to lock down sensitive info. By design, PrinterLogic SaaS holds secure print jobs on the user’s workstation—not a shared print server—until they’re released through authentication. That removes an otherwise potential security risk for malicious individuals or groups.
We deliver a highly available Serverless Printing Infrastructure using a centrally managed Direct IP printing platform. If you want to empower end users with mobile printing, secure release printing, and many advanced features, we’d love to show you how.
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