To manage the increasingly expensive cost of printing in an academic environment, many schools have begun using print-management software designed by third-party providers. Often, the companies providing these printing infrastructure solutions do not actually make the hardware components of the printer, but design software that manages printing infrastructure in a larger, more complex setting, allowing for easier, more cost-effective use of color printing and reducing paper waste and other associated material costs, like that of high-priced toner and specialty paper. Print-management software also allows for the use of a single software interface for using printers from multiple vendors.


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