How it Works
- Centrally manage printer objects and profile settings in the Admin Console
- Workstation Client checks in with Admin Console and checks for updates
- Deliver updates and install any new drivers directly on user endpoints
- Spool print jobs on user endpoints and send directly to printers
PrinterLogic took away those huge [print server maintenance] cost implications. Once we implemented it, we didn’t need our server-based infrastructure anymore. Upper management was elated.
Reggie Campbell – Network Administrator
From The Blog:
In the enterprise, where the scale and complexity of the print environment is significantly greater, the idea of a serverless printing infrastructure can seem like an unattainable goal. Print servers were first implemented to help tame enterprise-level complexity, and they’ve now been the de facto standard in the enterprise for so long that even seasoned IT professionals find it hard to conceive of a print infrastructure without them. Alternatives to server-based print infrastructures do exist, though. And when done right, they bring compelling advantages that go far beyond the ability to eliminate print servers—although that represents a big win in and of itself.