Kyocera Adds Google Cloud Print Mobile Printing to Select Kyocera Printers and Copier/MFPs
Kyocera Document Solutions reports that select Kyocera printers and copier/MFPs now support Google Cloud Print mobile printing.
Google Cloud Print is a Google service that allows users to print from their smart phones, tablets, personal computers, or any other Web-connected device, to any cloud-connected printer without installing specific printer drivers on their devices. Kyocera notes that printing from mobile devices and PCs is becoming a requirement for more users every day, especially in key markets such as education and the public sector, which typically need a more flexible printing approach without print servers.
Kyocera also notes that, in many organizations, both PCs and mobile devices are used. With a Google Cloud Print-compatible printer, the user doesn’t need to choose the device for printing, so that no print-driver downloads are necessary – instead, all that’s necessary is a Google account and a Google Cloud Print-compatible printer or copier/MFP.
For more information on Google Cloud Print-compatible printers and copier/MFPs, visit Google here.
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