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The Birth Of The Cloud
22 July 2019
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Six Benefits of Cloud Print from Apogee
22 July 2019
Cloud icon superimposed on busy city, dark
The Birth Of The Cloud
22 July 2019
cloud print benefits graphic digital icons blue wireframe
Six Benefits of Cloud Print from Apogee
22 July 2019

Apogee Cloud Print Service

Apogee Cloud Print (ACP) is a service which revolutionises the way organisations manage their print. It’s an all-in-one print management service designed for organisations that want to unburden themselves from running a complex IT print infrastructure.

 

Essentially adopting Apogee Cloud Print means that conventional servers will be eliminated and the entire print infrastructure will be converted and controlled via a single web-based interface. With the right print infrastructure platform, organisations can enjoy this smooth transition and immediately reap the many benefits which come with this.

The unique Apogee Cloud Print service will streamline print and document processes, resulting in hassle-free printing. Firstly, there will be one single print queue across the organisation which makes it possible for people to print to any device from any location. The ability to print anywhere will increase overall productivity while reducing maintenance and support. Importantly, the transition to Apogee Cloud Print does not compromise the security of data as it includes an end-to-end server to hardware encryption as well as policies such as user authentication to view/release documents. As all print activity is going through The Cloud, it is easy to control the infrastructure, reducing administration tasks around the organisation.

 
 

if you would like to find out more about how Apogee Cloud Print Services can revolutionise your organisation, please complete the form below. 

 

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