New Printing System Coming Soon

The College will soon be implementing new multifunction devices along with new software that is exciting in many ways. One big advantage is you no longer have to jog to the printer to claim your printout before someone else reads it. The job will wait for you.
Here’s how Secure Release Here works. After submitting print jobs from their computer, users simply:

1. Walk up to any Pharos-enabled printer and authenticate themselves by swiping their campus card
2. Select and release their jobs using the Pharos print release screen, and then collect their printouts

Secure Release Here offers numerous benefits:

  • Cost savings − Saves money by reducing print volumes, allowing confidential documents to be printed safely on cost-effective network printers, and eliminating the need for expensive 4-hour or same-day service (if a printer is down, users simply release their jobs at another printer)
  • Green printing − Significantly reduces printing waste because users release only the jobs they really need, unreleased jobs are eventually deleted by the system, and banner pages are unnecessary
  • Document security − Holds jobs until their owners arrive at the printer and release them
  • Device security − Ensures that only authorized people can use your devices
  • Flexibility − Gives users the ability to release their print jobs at any Pharos-enabled device

Secure Release Here also captures walk-up/copy usage, frees IT from having to manage hundreds of print queues and various print drivers, and eliminates piles of unclaimed printouts and oh by the way, no more copy codes to remember.

GRCC is committed to helping the environment, and making printing friendlier for students, faculty, and staff.

One thought on “New Printing System Coming Soon

  1. What happens if the student does not have their Raider Card? Can the student punch their number in?

    Make it an outstanding day! Asante.

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