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Moving your print server to the cloud
Why should you consider transferring your networked print services to the cloud?
Hold on, printers need load balancing too?
Depending on what you're printing – and which managed print applications you're using – you might not want to throw away that print server after all.
Partnering with Konica Minolta to support workplaces of the future
Loadbalancer.org partners with Konica Minolta to optimize print management solutions and improve end-user experience. Find out how we do it.
Why zero downtime for print management is critical
Load balancing print servers optimizes performance and guarantees uptime, increasing productivity, and reducing employee frustration.
Load balancing PaperCut Version 20
PaperCut v20 has made great strides with high availability and failover capabilities - find out how to get the most out of your PaperCut print environment.
Microsoft Windows print spooler and any other Windows service health check
The best way to check the health of your print server.
Printing without pain: How to scale print environments and avoid downtime
Print environments often bring together multiple technologies and applications, which can present challenges. There’s the issue of planned downtime: end-users may need to make manual changes to their network when print services fail, taking servers out of production for maintenance or updates...
It all turned out OKI
We recently spent the day with engineers from OKI Europe, a leading printer manufacturer. We met OKI at European Congress of Radiology (ECR) (one of the leading radiology events in the industry) earlier this year where they were showcasing their DICOM printer. During our chat at the event we determined
Load balancing Microsoft Print Server
Microsoft Print Server provides a great way to share printers throughout your organisation, but when the print server falls over, the phone quickly starts to ring. By adding a load balancer and a second print server configured with the same print queues, you'll quickly have a load balanced and resilient