LinuxPR: New applications move Linux out of the lab and into the office
Jul 10, 2000, 12:05 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Macro 4's UniQPrint delivers affordable output management
to Linux users."
"IT managers are rapidly discovering that Linux is a remarkably
complete operating system, as reliable for business use as is a
comprehensive UNIX system, and at a much lower cost. With the
launch of UniQPrint for Linux, Macro 4 has added output management
for printing, faxing and web site postings to the list of
traditional enterprise applications available on Linux."
"An advanced output management solution originally available on
UNIX and Windows NT® systems, Macro 4's UniQPrint provides
complete management facilities for all printing devices in an open
systems network. Making it available on Linux will help
establishments such as small businesses and educational
institutions that have built a heterogeneous computing environment
over many years but cannot afford to spend a lot on technology.
Printing across a heterogeneous network without print management
can involve complicated, if not impossible attempts by one program
to communicate with another. Organizations using these systems need
a flexible and extensible output solution."