Quocirca on Cloud Printing: The companies have spoken

Print research pioneer Quocirca scouted out the landscape of the cloud print services market and came back with a “Cloud Print Services, 2021” report, featuring both MyQ X and MyQ Roger as good choices for the document-digitizing era.

The powerful answer to the remote work question

Cloud solutions have been around for a couple of years now. With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many office workers to work remotely from their homes, they stood out as the perfect tool to deal with remote communication between people and their company’s internal systems and infrastructure. Companies are becoming aware of the vast potential of the cloud, which has led to the rise of hybrid (partly cloud, partly on-premise) and fully-cloud workplaces.

Heading towards cloud print management

The increased implementation of cloud services in these enterprises got reflected in the way they print as well, with the end of Google Cloud Print services being one of the influencing factors. With the rapid and unexpected boom of home-based working, 47% of the companies take advantage of submitting remote print jobs to their office printing devices.

MyQ is cloud-ready

In general, Quocirca appreciates that MyQ products aim to level up efficiency and productivity of businesses of all sizes and help them cut excess costs by shifting a part of their on-site infrastructure to the cloud environment. Special acclaim is reserved for MyQ Roger, which “has a comprehensive range of features for businesses looking to transition to cloud-based printing”. This multi-tenant, fully public cloud assistant can be of great use not only for direct cloud scanning, copying and printing, but also for digitizing and automating everyday office tasks.

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