- Supports Windows, Linux, and Unix environments
- High performance wide-area network printing
- Very high compression ratios through patent-pending anti-redundancy
techniques, even of already compressed PDF documents
- One to one, or one to many, document distribution features: one file
to many desktops, for example
- Secure document transmission using SSL
- Stateless design, so document transmission can occur as remote sites are
- Exact replication retains features such as duplex and tray control
- Server-centric configuration via browser interface
CirrusPrint is configured and monitored using a web browser, connecting to
its internal HTTP server. Configuration steps include defining remote
locations or users, and the devices on those systems, and then linking
ports and paths to those devices.
Once configured, you can change your printers to print to CirrusPrint, or
design tasks to place files in monitored paths, and you find that
your printing and document transfers involve much less data and perform
more quickly than before.
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When you move your software applications to the cloud, or run them over
a wide-area network with limited bandwidth, document printing slows down
and security becomes a concern. CirrusPrint offers many features to
solve these issues.