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While printing may seem to be somewhat of a mundane aspect of business operations, improving your printing system can do wonders in making tasks much more efficient and convenient for everyone. Google Cloud Print aims to do exactly that, through better and easier – but secure – printer sharing through the cloud.
Trust Google to think of everything – this time it’s easier and more flexible printer sharing through Google Cloud Print, a service that allows you to connect printers to the web via the cloud.
Since printing is an aspect of business operations that applies to almost any (if not all) organizations, the impact and application making printers and printing securely available to anyone of your choosing, anywhere is far-reaching. This can be especially useful to people on the go. Just imagine, for example, being able to turn in a printed report or presentation while you’re away from the office. Or clients being able to submit hard-copy documents or forms by simply printing them straight to your office. As long as you have a web-connected device you can print from, you can use Google Cloud Print.
Another advantage of Google Cloud Print is that the constant connection to the web enables the service to keep printer software and drivers updated, which makes printing tasks more efficient and less prone to errors. Security is also not an issue, since documents printed through Google Cloud Print are transferred over a secure connection and are automatically deleted when the job is completed. Users may also customize security features and other aspects of their Google Cloud Print account to better fit their needs.
Google Cloud Print’s flexibility allows it to completely replace or simply augment your existing printing system. If you want to know more about how Google Cloud Print will work for your business, please do not hesitate to contact us so we can sit down with you and discuss its finer details.
Published on 5th March 2012 by Jeanne DeWitt.