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As business models are changing, organisations are moving away from traditional IT infrastructure towards a cloud first strategy. But one of the last remaining parts, still running on local servers, is the print management infrastructure. By moving your print infrastructure to the cloud, you will not only improve mobile working, you also relieve IT personnel from the burden of managing various printer servers.
You like to simplify your complex print infrastructure and reduce operational IT costs, but are concerned about high uncertainties in the age of cloud? No Problem!
Let us take care of securely migrating, operating and constantly optimising your print infrastructure in the cloud. So your organisation will become more dynamic than ever before!
We connect your printing infrastructure with the latest cloud technology to bring your business one step closer to an intelligently networked workplace.
Better cost planning
Fixed monthly fees so you always keep a perfect overview
Quick and easy implementation
Rapid deployment, easy updates and fast adoption
Follow-me authentication ensures that your document does not fall into wrong hands
Print as usual, but at reduced cost
You continue to use your MFP as you’re used to and benefit from reduced operational cost at the same time
Print can - and should be - an essential element in every cloud strategy. Given the advantages and opportunities, it’s little wonder that research by Quocirca has found that 39% of organisations have already implemented some form of cloud print management platform, whilst 37% intend to do so. This leaves many businesses still considering the challenges and practicalities of bringing print into their cloud strategy.
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