From page formatting to low-level communications protocols, the directprint.io stack allows a high degree of printer configuration management.
We use technology such as Web Workers and ArrayBuffers to max-out the performance and keep the user experience glitch-free.
By having full control of the web stack, we can support printers considered ‘elderly’. For example, directprint.io Print Management System supports ten-year-old HP printers that implement an unusual page description language.
When a print stack is delivered as an application on Chrome, updates to the print system are not tied to the operating system release cycle. This means that directprint.io can add printer support, fix bugs, or respond to specific customer requirements faster and more efficiently than using a solution that relies on operating system level support. Unlike Chrome which is updated approximately once every 6 weeks, directprint.io can be updated as often as required without interruption.
The same rapid-deploy ethos extends to our printer management back-end. A Cloud Service is frequently updated according to new feature availability and direct customer feedback.
As directprint.io is a Cloud Service, you’ll never hear us talk about server release version numbers or any other legacy terms associated with on-premise print management.
Do you know the current version number of Google Docs? Nope, me either, and I don’t care. Print management software should be the same. You need to know you have the latest, greatest version, which you do, by default – no upgrades required.
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