Deliver a serverless printing infrastructure
Historically, print servers were designed to provide self-service printer installation, printer deployment through GPOs, centralized print management, a printer driver repository, printer security and print queue management. Each of these features is designed to address the problems IT departments faced when managing and deploying printers to end-users.
Print Servers were initially a good idea. However, modern IT environments have found that they require additional management, create risk through a single point of failure, complicate deployment, consume IT resources and drive up costs. Some of the problems of print servers include high cost to maintain, risk from a single point of failure, IT overhead costs, and end user complexity.
This white paper presents a best-in-class serverless printing infrastructure solution that is easy to manage, maintain and use.
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