Microsoft Universal Print Set to Boost Cloud Printing Momentum

By Louella Fernandes – On 21 July 2020, Microsoft announced the public preview of Universal Print, its Azure-powered cloud-based print solution. Universal Print moves key Windows Server print functionality to the Microsoft 365 cloud, meaning organisations no longer need on-premises print servers and do not need to install printer drivers on devices. Universal Print adds key functionality such as security groups for printer access, location-based printer discovery, and a comprehensive administrator experience.

Quocirca believes that Universal Print will accelerate the transition to a cloud-based print infrastructure as organisations look to deliver an efficient, secure and cost-effective print environment that supports today’s rapidly evolving hybrid workplace.

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