– You can print straight from Chrome
Once your cloud connected printer is set up you can print from straight from Google Chrome and all Chrome connected apps such as Drive and Gmail. Streamlining your printing process in this way cuts down on double handling.
– Works with Google Apps
Cloud connected printing is compatible with Google Suite, which means you can print anything from your Drive. This makes collaborative work more efficient as you can print your spreadsheets, Docs, images, slideshows, Calendars, Analytics and much more from your Google Suite. It also means you can access and print these documents from multiple devices.
– Compatible with a variety of devices
If you can access Chrome, Google apps, PrinterShare, Fiabee, Google Cloud Print, Papercut, uniFlOW or from any web browser on any device, then you can use the cloud printer.
– Print from anywhere
A cloud connected printer doesn’t need a local server, so you can access it from pretty much anywhere. All you have to do is log into your cloud, access your documents and then you can print away. All you need is an internet connection, then you can print meeting notes on the way to work.
– Freedom to manage your printer
From your Google account, you can access your printer settings. As long as you have an internet connection you can manage your printer from home, work or even overseas. As mentioned above, you can choose who you share your printer with and edit your print history. You can also arrange the printing order and, if you are connected to multiple printers, you can change the print destination.
– Scheduling and print quotas
A cloud connected printer allows flexible printing. You can schedule your prints in advance if you need them later. If multiple people are using your printer you can set up a quota so users have a limited amount of prints. This can be achieved by having a set amount of free prints. If the person exceeds that amount you can set up a charge through an internal billing system. This system is great for offices or schools.