BERLIN/DENVER, October 5, 2021 — Print management expert ThinPrint completes its cloud printing solution ezeep Blue with a Mac app for integrating Apple computers into the corporate print infrastructure. This enables Macs to print to corporate printers with ease and from any location.
For many companies and their employees, hybrid working has become the norm. More and more frequently, Apple computers are used for work in the office, in the home office or while on the move. This situation causes headaches for IT administrators, especially when Apple users want to print. Network segments, print servers or even the distribution of printer drivers on Apple computers are just some of the challenges facing the IT department.
The Mac Print App from ezeep Blue offers a simple solution. As it does not matter which end device is being used for printing with the ezeep Blue cloud printing solution, Mac devices can also be integrated into the printing infrastructure in just a few steps.
In no time at all, printers can be assigned and used, even if no Mac drivers are available for the printer model. Devices do not need to be connected to the Active Directory to enable printing. Printing can be done straight from applications to virtual drivers eliminating the need to install printer drivers. The Mac devices do not have to be in the same network as the printer, enabling the ability to print from the home office just as securely as during a train journey. In addition to Macs, ezeep also supports PCs, smartphones, tablets, Chromebooks and more.
“The growing popularity in Mac computers is clear by the significant increase in sales by one-third in the first quarter of this year,” said Henning Volkmer, President and CEO of ThinPrint Inc. “It was, and is, all the more important for us to support IT departments with the integration of Apple devices. With ezeep Blue and our new Mac app, we were able to simplify the processes dramatically. And ultimately, we support current hybrid working concepts with it.”
Info on setting up the print function can be found in the ezeep knowledge base article “How to print with ezeep on MacOS”.