HP Inc. has announced print services and solutions that assist companies to shift to cloud-based environments.
“Our customers are looking for simple, secure and intuitive solutions that enhance performance and deliver business outcomes,” said David Prezzano, general manager and global head, Print Services and Solutions, HP Inc. “We’re laser focused on delivering services and solutions that know how you work, anticipate your needs and offer a compelling cost structure.”
HP has announced a new global managed service that delivers a cloud-based, always-on print environment. HP Managed Print Cloud Services allows customers to leverage HP’s security innovation. The offering addresses both trusted and zero-trust cloud environments and is delivered through a well-defined, modular approach with flexible services and software stacks.
“Meeting customers where they are in their journey to the cloud is a smart strategy and especially important now given the current environment,” said Patrick Moorhead, Moor Insights & Strategy. “I believe HP Managed Print Cloud Services shifts the responsibility of managing the client’s print-related technology to HP, allowing clients to redirect their critical IT investments to more strategic or urgent priorities.”
In addition, HP has announced its support for Universal Print, a Microsoft 365 cloud print solution that organizations can use to manage their print infrastructure. As part of this collaboration, HP will work with Microsoft to build a cloud-to-cloud integration with the Managed Print Cloud Services platform, allowing organizations to increase security, manage devices and release print jobs only to authorized users.
HP has also introduced a newly enhanced Flexworker Solutions program, allowing remote workers to acquire company-approved printers bundled with an extended service contract and order supplies seamlessly through an online portal, while enabling IT departments to manage supplies through central billing and consolidated reporting, saving costs and delivering a better experience.
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