An extract on #followme
'HP Access Control' which is a brand of HP.com.
'Print Release' which is used by Lexmark.com.
'FollowMe' printing, which is a trademark of Ringdale.
'Find-Me' printing which is a brand of PaperCut. Software
'Follow-You' printing which is a trademark of Nuance.
'Global Print', which is a trademark of Sepialine.
'MFPsecure' which is a trademark of LRS.
'Personal Printing', which is a trademark of ThinPrint.
'Print Roaming' which is a trademark of Y Soft.
'Release Printing' which is a trademark of PrinterLogic.
'SafeCom Pull Print' which is a trademark of SafeCom.
'ZeroServer' printing, which is a trademark of Celiveo/Jetmobile.
'Secure Release Here' which is a trademark of Pharos Systems International.
'Private Cloud Printing' which is a trademark of e-Paper Ltd.
'Secure Pull Printing' which is used by UniPrint.net.
'Print Anywhere' which is used by Printix.net.
'My Print Anywhere' which is used by uniFLOW.
'Secure Cloud Print management' which is used by Ubiquitech.
Flexibility: The user can print first and choose the printer afterward (while standing next to it).
IT management: instead of having to manage hundreds of print queues on print servers and multiple printers on the user desktops there is only one print queue on each user PC.
Costs and environment: Reduces uncollected paper.
Green IT: the serveless flavour of pull printing allows to remove all print servers throughout the company. A widget can show user the environmental impact of printing by showing them the amount of trees, co2 and energy is used deliver a print job.
Accounting: Although this is not really a Pull Printing feature, centralized printing solutions often come with these additional features (e.g. reporting, charging, monitoring).
Speed: The user has to wait for the job to be copied and processed from the moment the print job is pulled.
Costs: Extra licensing and hardware.
Specialised software may be required on the server and also possibly on the printer.
Compatibility: The print driver used when the user initially prints must be compatible with all the devices that the user might release their print job on. Some software solutions, can perform conversions or a common print driver to negate this requirement.
Printer Hardware-Specific: Often solutions are only compatible with certain vendor's own hardware; there are however exceptions.
On 27 June 1937 the French company CIDNA (now part of Air France), chose the area of Burgas Airport to build a radio station and signed a contract with the Bulgarian government for its use. The contract expressly stated that the staff of Burgas Airport would be Bulgarian.
On 29 June 1947, Balkan Bulgarian Airlines began domestic flights between Burgas, Plovdiv and Sofia, using Junkers Ju 52/3m aircraft. In the 1950s and 1960s the airport was expanded and modernized by building a concrete runway. In 1970, the airport became an international airport serving 45 destinations.