Universal Print will be part of Microsoft 365, helping to simplify office printing for IT managers and employees. Universal Print leverages the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) and Azure Active Directory to make it easy for administrators to manage employee access to printers and enable direct printing workflows without requiring any print servers.
Microsoft and Pharos believe in cloud print management and a world in which printing is easy, secure, simple to manage, and free of print servers.
Universal Print is currently in private preview and is scheduled for public launch this year. We’re working with a few of our customers who are eager to test this integration in their environment. Want to join us in the Universal Print integration beta? Reach out here:
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Pharos customers who are considering Universal Print as part of their Microsoft 365 service can contact us any time for assistance and support with their integration.