Are you in the market for new print servers for your organization? If your LAN has more users than printers, managing both with network print servers can save you time, money, and administrative headaches. A dedicated print server can queue, prioritize, and delete print jobs, and it can route them to the closest... available printer. It can also communicate status back to a central location, such as “Printer 2 Low on Ink,” which makes administration more efficient. Print servers also collect accounting information, which is handy for those organizations that track usage information for departmental charge-backs.
Connection offers a wide variety of printing server options with either wireless or wired connectivity. Some are specialized, like the I- O Cooperation Bar Code and Seagull Software BarTender units designed to create bar codes and labels at industrial rates of speed. Others, like dependable units from printer manufacturers like Oki, Lexmark, and Zebra, connect to your network by USB 2.0 or RJ-45 Ethernet cable and are designed to give you hundreds of hours of consolidated print management with minimal fuss. Printing server boards may be available for internal installation in your printer or computer, as well as wireless cards to make your existing printer network accessible.
Network print servers are surprisingly affordable, and Connection offers a wide selection of many name-brand models. If your organization does not yet give everyone a private printer, managing usage in an organized way will increase convenience, control, and efficiency. The knowledgeable staff at Connection is ready to advise you on the right print servers, components, and configurations for your network and your organization’s requirements and budget.