UniPrint Infinity Launches Support for Universal Print by Microsoft
We are excited to announce our recent partnership with Microsoft and their Universal Print solution! With Universal Print by Microsoft now being part of Office 365, commercial and educational customers will enable a simple and secure print experience for their employees through the Microsoft cloud-based print infrastructure.
4 Options to Consider With Google Cloud Printing End of Life
Google Cloud Print has been a popular option cloud printing solution since its release in 2010. It provides users with a stable and easy printing, regardless of technology or the device used. Google Cloud Print resolved the frustrating problem of printer connectivity in a reliable way and allowed us to leverage cloud effectively.
Microsoft Office 365: Are there really any printing problems?
When Microsoft introduced Office 365, it took the corporate world by storm! The innovative software as a service (SaaS) solution offered users access to their favourite Microsoft Office productivity tools from one single platform.
Productivity levels soared for corporate users, with enterprises across the world purchasing the SaaS subscription for their organizations. With additional products catered specifically for business environments, such as Skype for Business and SharePoint, Office 365 has become a mainstay for most organizations.
As new, innovative SaaS solutions are introduced into the market, they also bring along their own challenges.
What is Software Defined Printing? Rise of the Software-Driven World
Its no surprise that enterprises across the world have long been searching for ways to increase workflow efficiency, agility, and flexibility.
The shift towards a software-driven world has rapidly gained popularity in the technology industry, and it might just be the answer that companies are looking for!
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.