Making Remote Desktop Printing Easy
As end-user productivity is depending more and more on network performance, the job of a system administrator is becoming more complex and more important at the same time. The most common action for computer network users is printing – clicking the ole’ print button and expecting a nice hard copy to pop out. But alas, if only it was that easy.
In a network environment, a user’s PC is rarely connected directly to their printer. After all, it typically makes sense to have a lesser number of printers and to share them among users. With basic tasks one nice deskjet or laser printer might get the job done. But in more involved settings typically a number of printers are needed by a number of different users. Each user with their own settings, preferences, software applications and desires. Each also wants printing to be as easy and reliable in a remote setting as it would be if they were directly connected to the printer. Thus, the topic of remote desktop printing and how to improve its efficiency.
Remote desktop printing is a popular topic today, with the growth of virtual computing environments. If you are looking for tips and ideas about how to optimize your company’s remote desktop printing activities, check out this blog for more to come.