What is serverless printing?

Serverless printing is a relatively new trend in the print industry, and it’s already changing the way we think about managing print servers. Serverless printing is quickly becoming a necessity for companies of all sizes, so understanding what serverless printing is and how it works will help you manage your print fleet with ease.

Serverless printing means that you’re outsourcing your print management to a vendor, who takes care of managing your print fleet on your behalf. This frees you from the hassle of installing, configuring, and maintaining a printer environment. It also allows you to save money – since vendors can often save you as much as 70% compared to in-house managed print fleets. Serverless printing means storing documents on the web and printing them directly via a web browser. There are lots of different models for “serverless” print management. It can be self-hosted by your organization in a private cloud. Or it can be fully hosted in the public cloud under a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) subscription.

The bottom line is that cloud printing offers a number of advantages. However, wherever you’re hosted, whether it’s in the cloud or on-premises, you need to know what serverless printing is, how it works and why you should use it.

The advantages of serverless printing

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