Rules Based Printing
Document printing is an essential part of the daily business routine. But left unsupervised, printing can quickly turn into a source of unexpected costs. Organizations need to establish clear guidelines that offer flexibility but restrict printing to what is really necessary. This is best done by implementing general printing rules, which can focus on certain document types, specific user groups, or avoiding more costly print settings like color or single-sided printing.
Rule Based Printing will establish clear guidelines for printing that offer users flexibility but limits printing to what is really necessary. Establish general printing rules that focus on certain document types, specific user groups, or on avoiding costly print settings like color or single-sided printing.
How Does Rule Based Printing Work?
By combining filter rules, administrators can improve printer use, minimize queue hogging, and avoid wasteful print jobs. For more advanced control, use print scripting. Use job filtering and/or advanced scripting control to implement print policies and improve device utilization.