Secure Printing

Each year, hundreds of millions of documents are printed and left unclaimed in the enterprise, creating huge waste and expense. And when these unclaimed documents contain sensitive or confidential information, this also creates a huge security risk for enterprises.

PrinterLogic’s Pull Printing secures your print environment by enabling users to send print jobs to a printer and choose when to securely “release” and print their job, requiring the end user to release the print job while standing in front of the printer. Today, IT must weigh the security benefits of a personal printer with its high costs. With Pull Printing, IT can offer a secure printing solution for those printing sensitive documents but still get the efficiency and low cost of a shared network printer.

Pull Printing from PrinterLogic frees you from being locked into any one printer manufacturer, and is currently available on all PC, Linux, and Mac environments.

Available release mechanisms for Secure Printing include:

Badge/Card Reader Release

A connected or native badge reader integrates with the existing badge system to allow a user to swipe their badge and release the print jobs to the associated printer. A separate network-enabled card reader can be used for those printers without a badge reader option.

Printer Control Panel Release

The PrinterLogic embedded control panel app can be installed directly on supported printers, enabling users to login and release their print jobs directly on the control panel of the device. This method does not require any additional hardware for supported devices.

Browser-Based Release

Any device with a browser — including PC, Mac, Chromebook, and any mobile device — can access PrinterLogic’s web-based app and release print jobs securely.

With PrinterLogic, you can replace all the functionality that print servers used to provide while adding many new features that simplify print management and provisioning, reduce costs, and empower users to install printers for themselves, without calling the help desk.
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