Universal Print delivers an altogether easier way to get people printing, all running in Microsoft’s Azure cloud service with no onsite servers.
What Is Universal Print?
Microsoft is developing this new cloud-based print infrastructure service for Azure customers with the goal of replacing traditional locally-hosted print servers. Universal Print is currently in private preview but Microsoft will be opening it up to public preview in July with general availability likely later this year.
PaperCut and Microsoft have partnered to ensure PaperCut MF will integrate smoothly with Universal Print, ensuring new and existing customers can enjoy the benefits of PaperCut on Microsoft’s new Azure infrastructure.
Preventing sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands is vital. That’s why Universal Print integration has been designed to complement Microsoft’s rock-solid security for Azure and Microsoft365.
Every PaperCut product slots into any Universal Print environment with ease – whether you choose PaperCut MF or NG.June 15, 2020 in Industry News