By Bruce Leistikow, Y Soft – Universal Print technology from Microsoft assists companies in moving print services to the cloud. Cloud based print services reduce IT burden and provide many other cost saving benefits. But what do you do if your existing print fleet is not Universal Print compatible?
Universal Print, which moves key Windows Server print functionality to the Microsoft 365 cloud, means you no longer need on-premise print servers, cloud server instances or need to manage printer drivers, a long-standing burden on IT resources. But what if your current printers are not Universal Print enabled? It will be some time before printers come onto the market en masse. How can you harness the power of Universal Print today?
SOURCE Y Soft