Before we start telling you how outstanding PrinterLogic’s pull printing capabilities are, let’s start by defining what pull printing actually means.
Pull printing is like two-step verification for your print jobs. In the first step, a user initiates the job from a workstation or a mobile device in the same way as he or she ordinarily would. In the second, that same user permits the destination printer to actually execute the job.
However, when we place so much emphasis on removing the complexity from enterprise printing, what’s the point of adding an extra step?
In a word: security. By making the initiation and the release of the job two deliberate actions, pull printing ensures that classified documents or those not intended for wider circulation aren’t left sitting next to the printer for anyone to see. This is especially handy when a user wants to print a job at a printer that’s located on another floor or in a completely different building—say, prior to a meeting or a presentation.
With PrinterLogic’s Pull Printing module, users can print and issue the “pull” command to release the print job using one of three secure methods:
To find out more about PrinterLogic’s powerful pull printing features and what role they can play in your organization, have a look at this page.