EveryonePrint HCP is Chrome Enterprise Recommended

EveryonePrint has announced its multi-tenant cloud print infrastructure platform Hybrid Cloud Platform (HCP), is verified by Google to work great on Chrome OS. By optimising for Chrome OS, partners work directly with Google to extend their product's functionality, quality and security.

By utilising cloud technology, organisations can reduce the cost and complexity associated with a traditional print environment. HCP enables managed print providers and in-house IT departments to deploy and control the entire printing infrastructure from a single web-based interface. There's no requirement to install any applications on-premise and by eliminating print servers, and the requirement to run clients on workstations, customers benefit from significantly lower printing costs.

HCP is designed to work across all printer models and all brands, it removes the requirement to qualify and install multiple drivers, install printers on numerous devices, or manage print queues. User-centricity is built-in with features including single sign-on via Google Workspace, and HCP's location-aware functionality, which automatically discovers and lists available printers wherever users are. 

Enterprises also benefit from security features including encryption of data at rest, user authentication, and auditing functionality. HCP further supports Zero-Trust network policies.

Tavs Dalaa, CEO, EveryonePrint said, "We are delighted to receive the Chrome Enterprise Recommended badge, an achievement that confirms that EveryonePrint has worked with Google to ensure HCP provides an easy to deploy, scalable, flexible way to enable secure printing from Chrome devices. HCP is a fully scalable subscription-based solution meaning customers simply pay for the licenses they need. As a Chrome Enterprise Recommended partner, EveryonePrint is well-positioned to help organisations using Chrome OS to make print perform in the cloud, ensuring Chromebook users enjoy the same full-featured range of flexible printing options, such as direct print, secure print and finishing options, on all platforms."

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