FedEx Office teams up with Google Cloud Print

Summary:It is now possible to print documents from almost all mobile devices directly to FedEx Office locations.

Image credit: Google

Image credit: Google

Road warriors just got another weapon in the mobile arsenal with the announcement that FedEx Office has paired its Print & Go service with Google Cloud Print. The partnership makes it possible to print documents from any smartphone, tablet, PC, Mac, USB drive, or other web-connected device to any of the 1,800 FedEx Office locations in the U. S.

Google Cloud Print lets users connect local printers to the web for access from any web browser. The partnership with FedEx adds the fleet of printers at FedEx offices to the mix. The end result is the ability to print hard copies from anywhere, appearing at the local FedEx printer of choice. Printed documents can be used for additional services at FedEx Office, including professional binding.

A full list of Google Cloud Print apps shows it is possible to print documents from almost all mobile platforms and devices.

The FedEx Print & Go service is also compatible with the HP ePrint capability.

Topics: Google, CXO, IT Employment

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