- IT Infrastructure
- Print Management
IT infrastructure refers to the composite hardware, software, network resources and services required for the existence, operation and management of an enterprise IT environment.
It allows an organization to deliver IT solutions and services to its employees, partners and/or customers and is usually internal to an organization and deployed within owned facilities.
Citrix has long been the leading provider of virtualisation technologies at the user tier of computing, with products that deliver mission-critical applications to users with the best performance, security and cost savings.
Hewlett-Packard provides one of the tech world's most comprehensive portfolios of hardware, software, and services. Its products include PCs, servers, storage devices, printers, and networking equipment. The company's services unit provides IT and business process outsourcing, application development and management, consulting, systems integration, and other technology services. HP's software products include enterprise IT management, information management, business intelligence, and carrier-grade communications applications. The company markets to consumers, businesses, government agencies, and schools in more than 170 countries.
Toshiba are moving far beyond the box, bringing innovative, real-world solutions to all your print management needs. Helping to cut costs, secure your documents and reduce your environmental footprint.
A robust combination of software platforms, desktop applications and online services, Microsoft solutions have evolved from suites of individual productivity technologies to a comprehensive, integrated system. Microsoft server solutions are designed to fit a wide range of your needs and a variety of business sizes and IT environments. Products such as the Windows Server product family, featuring solutions based on the Windows Server operating system, and Microsoft Exchange Server offer an array of business opportunities.
Knowing the cost of printing and copying is the first step to controlling it, which should be as natural as controlling the travel budget since the cost of printing and copying typically is significantly higher. PCounter has more than 12 years of experience developing and supplying Print and Document Accounting solutions for a wide variety of industries. Beyond print accounting, PCounter also supports accounting of copy, scan and fax, as well as solutions for Secure Print, online web payment and much more.
VASCO is a world leader in strong authentication and e-signature solutions, specialising in online accounts, identities and transactions.
As a global software company, VASCO serves a customer base of approximately 10,000 companies in over 100 countries, including more than 1,700 international financial institutions. In addition to the financial sector, VASCO's technologies secure sensitive information and transactions for the enterprise security, e-commerce and e-government industries.
Print Audit's award winning and industry recognised products help an organisation reduce costs and their impact on the environment - gaining control and more importantly accountability of all printing, copying and scanning. It's Print Audit Europe's products and solutions that will help an organisation to put in place a robust print strategy that makes a difference. Specifically, Facilities Manager is a powerful and easy to use tool designed to remotely collect meter readings, automate supplies fulfilment and provide service information for the effective management of fleets of printers, copiers, fax machines, and multi- functional devices.
Printers on a network and centralize print server and network printer management tasks using the Print Management Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in. Print Management helps you to monitor print queues and receive notifications when print queues stop processing print jobs. It also enables you to migrate print servers and deploy printer connections using Group Policy.
Print Management provides current details about the status of printers and print servers on the network.
You can use Print Management to install printer connections to a group of client computers simultaneously and to monitor print queues remotely. Print Management can help you to find printers that have an error condition by using filters. It can also send e-mail notifications or run scripts when a printer or print server needs attention. On printers that provide a Web-based management interface, Print Management can display more data, such as toner and paper levels.
To manage a remote print server, you must be a member of the Print Operators or Server Operators groups, or the local Administrators group on the remote print server. You do not need these permissions to monitor remote print servers, though some functionality will be disabled.
To manage a server by using the Web site created by Internet Printing, open a Web browser and navigate.