Cloud Deployment: 3 Reasons Cloud Printing Complements Your Strategy
Today, many companies have moved their IT operations into the Cloud. In fact, Gartner predicts that by 2020, non-cloud based companies will be as irrelevant as non-internet companies are today.
The reasons why the upward trend of companies moving towards the cloud has never been clearer. Cloud computing offers unique reduced IT expenses and improved efficiencies. This shift has changed many legacy IT environments and business systems.
We all know that the cloud and virtualized desktop infrastructures improve workflow, reduces costs and frees up IT resources, but what about printers and printing paper?
Campus Printing Services: 4 Benefits of Deploying Cloud Printing for Students
Today’s college and university students are a mobile generation. Did you know almost 81% of undergraduate students are using smartphones and tablets for studying and completing work while on campus.
Students are constantly on the go and you won’t find any student without a mobile device.
This shift to a “mobile” generation has changed what students are expecting when they arrive on campus. With mobile devices they can access whatever they want, wherever they are, whenever they need.
That being said, there are certain necessities on campus, like campus printing, that need to be deployed, in order to compliment the mobile generation.
UniPrint.net & Citrix at HIMSS 2018: Better Together
UniPrint Infinity’s Healthcare Printing Suite (HPS) enables speedy, error-free, and on demand secure printing from major EHS/EMR applications, with 100% uptime. HPS integrates seamlessly into any VDI or EMR/EMH application to simplify printer management, improve patient data security, and reduce wait times.
UniPrint Infinity uses its patented PDF-based Universal Printer Driver (UPD), which eliminates the need to install multiple printer drivers on multiple machines. It also utilizes a singular, secure Virtual Print Queue (VPQ) which requires user authentication to release print jobs.
Cloud Computing vs On Premises: The Differences of Both Platforms
Cloud based computing and solutions seem to be all the news lately – it’s what everyone is talking about! There is a common perception that if it’s in the Cloud it must be better…maybe, and maybe not.
At the end of the day there is no black and white answer – it all depends on the needs and the requirements of the organization. Many are quick to jump on the Cloud bandwagon, but it is important to consider the differences of Cloud versus on-premises, and what works with your current architecture.
To understand the differences of cloud computing and on premises, let’s look at some what they are about.
What is SaaS Printing? Traditional vs SaaS Print Management
Printing can be considered one of the most basic business processes, yet traditional printing still causes many problems in an organization. In the past, SaaS was used for functions which involved the Internet, including multi-function communications, portals, email marketing, file transfer etc.
Over the years, SaaS has grown across the board both for external and internal operations regarding workflow automation. SaaS Printing is transforming the way we print, work and manage our documents. Not only is it just a different deliver model, but it changes the way printing software is used, licensed, and improves end user experience and workflow in ways traditional printing cannot.