HP elevates printing to the cloud

Summary:HP unveils unveils Web-enabled, cloud-friendly printing solutions that allow anyone to print anything from anywhere in the world.

HP on Monday unveiled a Web-enabled, cloud-friendly printing service that allows anyone to print anything from, well, anywhere.

The new platform, called ePrint, allows users to print from any device to a Web-enabled printer using e-mail. Each printer gets its own unique e-mail address, and designated users can use their smartphone, tablet or laptop to print remotely--no drivers necessary.

The cloud-based platform allows for several new things:

  • You can store files in the cloud and print them when necessary.
  • Publishers can customize print apps and schedule content delivery to printers.
  • You can manage everything from the HP ePrintCenter, an online hub.

Read more of "HP elevates printing to the cloud; print from anywhere, no drivers necessary" on ZDNet.com.

Topics: Software, Apps, Cloud, Enterprise Software

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