Consolidating print and mail

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There is a lot to be said for removing print servers and there are rapid ROIs.

But in the end, the thing that matters most, is that printing is fast and reliable.

But why have multiple servers when you can have only one?

When implementing a software with limitations, having multiple servers could be the way to resolve these limitations. If an organization does not want ‘just’ one server, they can have multiple ones.

More often the term print server consolidation would be used when changing the print environment and implementing a solution that caters for a reduced number of servers.Eliminating print servers is still a popular term, but it does create the expectation that this is serverless printing.When in reality a minimum of one server is always required.Therefore, single server printing could be considered the better term.One (dedicated) server to manage all printer queues and drivers.

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