EveryonePrint’s new Hybrid Cloud Platform (HCP) version 3.0 introduces several new platform enhancements and improvements, enabling organisations of all sizes to eliminate print-related servers and benefit from the agility and innovation of cloud technology with little risk or investment.
Designed for organisations looking to reduce the IT burden and cost-effectively realise all of the benefits of a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution to manage their print infrastructure, the third-generation all-in-one hybrid print platform features new performance enhancements that ensure print job delivery in seconds, security upgrades and improved user experience.
Key new features:
- Entire printing infrastructure deployed and controlled from a single web-based interface
- HCP 3.0 offers a true single print driver making it possible for everyone to print to any device
- Improved serverless PC client, enabling partners to create their customers’ own print environment on the HCP multi-tenant platform
- Fully compatible with the single print driver
- Store print jobs locally until released for print
- Once a user authenticates at any device, HCP formats the job including all finishing options, and quickly sends to the printer, regardless of brand
- Set location-aware printers to work across different branches, offices or departments
- Zero Trust network with the strongest security between endpoints including encryption of data at rest
- SaaS model means customers benefit from an always up to date security model and continuous design improvement
Tavs Dalaa, CTO, EveryonePrint said, “the functionality of our Hybrid Cloud Platform continues to advance at a rapid pace. this latest version, we are again improving performance and security, while at the same time incorporating many new features to enhance the user experience. This latest upgrade provides our partners with a competitive edge, through the ability to offer their customers the ability to securely and seamlessly enter the age of cloud, cut the cost of printing and lessen the load on IT.”