Canon U.S.A. Inc., has announced the latest quarterly update to uniFLOW Online delivered automatically through the cloud. Designed to improve usability and broaden its functionality, uniFLOW Online 2018.1 offers users easier setup tools, enhanced security features, and the option of a new scanning subscription at an additional cost, according to Canon.
Users can now scan directly to any of the following cloud-based destinations: Box, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive/OneDrive for Business, Dropbox, Evernote, and Microsoft SharePoint Online.
uniFLOW Online 2018.1 and the latest update of the Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE firmware will release together to simplify the setup and configuration of these new solutions into a workflow environment. With the firmware update, customers can install the required MEAP applets and establish the connection to a uniFLOW Online tenant directly via a new button on the device’s user interface.
By using personal, authenticated print queues, the enhanced uniFLOW Online 2018.1 solution allows employees to print confidential documents to a compatible, networked imageRUNNER ADVANCE MFP from compatible mobile devices. The Single Sign on to Cloud Service function allows users to access and scan documents directly to themselves, or into their cloud storage account, without entering an ID or password.
uniFLOW Online 2018.1 gives administrators the ability to track and assess printing, copying, faxing and scanning costs directly within the cloud.
As with all uniFLOW editions, administrators will be able to restrict printer access to authorized users only. Employees will additionally be able to modify finishing options before their print jobs are released. Administrators can allocate costs to individual users.
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