What is secure printing?

What is secure printing?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff & students

Secure printing means that:

  • You must log in to the network before you can send documents to print
  • You must log in to the printer or swipe your ID card before you can release your print job, meaning that no-one else can release it
  • Your documents are stored securely on our server while waiting to print
  • You only retrieve jobs when and where you need them, so your print-outs are not left unattended
  • Any print jobs not released are deleted after 24 hours
  • You can print via email to the print server
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