Print Optimization – How To Deploy High Availability Printing
Have you been in the situation where you need to print last minute (at home or at the office), only to find that your printer isn’t working when you need it the most?
Now imagine a surgeon needs to perform an emergency operation on a patient, only to find that he/she cannot obtain the necessary consent forms because the print server crashed. How do you optimize your print infrastructure to ensure maximum print uptime?
Why Universal Printer Drivers Are Not Created Equal
What is the best universal printer driver (UPD) for your environment to ensure driver incompatibility and bandwidth issues are not interfering with the daily workflow of your employees?
Many printer manufacturers and third-party software providers offer UPDs to help streamline printer management throughout enterprises. One might think that any of these UPD offerings will solve your incompatibility issues – after all, they’re “universal” aren’t they?
VDI Virtualization – Extend The Benefits of VDI Printing
Some of you may be asking yourself, what exactly is VDI virtualization(Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) and how can businesses benefit from this growing IT trend?
A quick answer is that VDI virtualization was created as an alternative solution to get the most out of idling hardware capacity in the data center.
In the same vein, managing your VDI printing environment can offer various paybacks toward cost cutting.
Healthcare Print Management Can Save More Than Just Time
Imagine your typical hospital. It’s pretty big, right? Now imagine how many computers and printers there are in that hospital. In one word: Many.
Healthcare facilities have hundreds of computing devices on one network in dozens of different locations; each may or may not have its own printer(s), which can make healthcare print management a complicated IT issue.
Enterprise Printing Solutions – Why Printing Still Matters
Who among us hasn’t imagined the future of digital transformation and what new technologies may offer in 5, 10 or even 20 years?
At UniPrint, a large portion of our responsibilities is to continuously develop our enterprise printing solutions and determine where technology is heading and how it will affect the function of printing in all industries.