Enterprise local network printing for Chromebooks
directprint.io enables organizations of all sizes to leverage existing printers and print servers within their IT infrastructure.
Don't buy new printers when you migrate your IT infrastructure to Google and Chromebooks - use directprint.io for a fraction of the cost
directprint.io works alogside Google Cloud Print(tm) by adding extra local network printing capability, so no hard choices to make. Trial it today.
Devices: Acer, Asus, HP, Lenovo, Google and all other Chromebook manufactures supported.
Printers: Brother, Canon, HP, Xerox, Dell and many other printer manufactures supported.
Print servers: CUPS and other IPP compatible print servers supported
A few clicks to configure and navigate your organizations printer map
Decide which printers a user can see and use,
hide your CEOs printer from the rest of the organization,
enforce cost saving policies
Realtime view of network print events
Toner and print cost reports provide optimization insight.
A single admin console for all aspects of printing,
client agents gather intelligence.
Zero-touch via Google Admin Console
or 4 digit user initated setup.
It couldn't be easier
The Cloud based system allows administrators to define and view:
Printers and policies can be referenced individually or on a room, property, region or organizational level, giving administrators maximum freedom to limit or expose printer lists to fixed or mobile workers.
The simple architecture, combined with the intelligence of the directprint.io client allows Administrators to concentrate on printing insight rather than the complex solution setup and maintenence.
Documents never leave the local network, reducing your external bandwidth requirements and potential points of failure.
Print events, errors and printer status infomation is securely sent to the directprint.io cloud.
Clients automatically receive printer map, policy and software updates. No user intervention is required.
The directprint.io intelligent client for Chrome contains functionality to:
The intelligent client preculdes the need for local print servers, custom drivers or other in-house software or intermediate PCs to process jobs.
The directprint.io client can be pushed to Chromebooks via the Google Administration Console or downloaded by users direct from the Chrome store.
A simple 4-digit code allows mobile workers to easily provision new printers when they arrive at a remote office.