IPP> What is it we really need?

IPP> What is it we really need?

IPP> What is it we really need?

Babak Jahromi babakj at MICROSOFT.com
Tue Jan 7 16:51:31 EST 1997


>
>>I did not say there is no need for stand alone network printers. I said
>>there is no dying need for them to be connected to Internet. That does
>>not mean they should not be connected to the private corporate networks.
>>
>>Babak
>
>I thought the whole point was that there is less and less of a
>distinction between the internet and the private corporate net!
>
>I think "improving network printing" and "internet printing" are
>inseparable due to the way networks are accessed, utilized and
>portrayed to the user today.
>
>Harry Lewis - IBM Printing Systems
>


I don't disagree with you. I do believe that making private networks be
"intranets" makes a lot of sense. I am just saying that printer boxes
may have a hard time keeping up with all developments going on for the
Web, so using a rich, Web cabaple sever machine to cover for them makes
sense.


Babak



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