Print management software development company One Q has partnered with mainframe specialists MPI Tech to enable One Q’s device-agnostic solution to run on
Many large enterprises depend on mainframes to handle their huge transaction volumes, and these are often legacy systems. Now, users no longer need to change their mainframe applications to become GDPR-compliant or to use a new document workflow management system. Previously, they have needed to opt for bespoke applications, which can be a slow and expensive process. These organisations also tend to have very large, widely distributed fleets of printers from multiple manufacturers, which can make print management challenging – especially trying to achieve GDPR compliance when it’s virtually impossible to ensure the secure release of print.
Now, in a world first, a collaboration between One Q and MPI Tech has enabled One Q’s print management solution to run on a zLinux partition on an