September 21, 2011
FedEx Office Print Online users will now be able to upload files using their Google Docs account, utilising a number of printing and assistance options dependant on the function of the document.
Users will also be able to request a collection from FedEx Office locations or a delivery of the document.
Anthony Norris, Vice President of Digital Access Marketing at FedEx Office, commented: “As the first national print retailer to offer cloud printing technology, we are excited to meet the growing demand for mobility with FedEx Office Print Online. Our enhanced solution makes Web-based printing easy, wherever you store your files.”
Cloud printing is becoming increasingly prevalent in the industry, with Epson recently announcing a commitment to Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print on all major inkjet models and a number of OEMs forming the Cloud Printing Alliance to investigate “true mobile cloud printing to the market”.
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