“ezeep Dash can be described as the Gmail or Salesforce of printing,” said Thorsten Hesse, chief product officer at ThinPrint. “As Gmail makes the mail server unnecessary, and Salesforce makes the CRM Server obsolete, ezeep Dash means print servers are no longer required.”
With ezeep Dash, administrators can use the cloud portal to effortlessly define printers and assign employees or groups. Everything else, including the installation of drivers, adjustments for changes to IP addresses and driver updates are all automatically taken care of by ezeep Dash and its agents on users’ machines.
Users can take advantage of easy usability and availability that ezeep Dash provides. Each user can manage the printers assigned to them via the convenient Self Service Portal. And, while printer allocation takes place in the cloud, the entire printing process continues to be available locally on the user’s device, even if the computer is offline.
ezeep Dash is of considerable interest to companies of all sizes looking to reduce their administrative workload as well as the number of help desk calls. This is especially true for small and medium-sized enterprises that are increasingly focused on the cloud and no longer have their own server structure. These organizations will find ezeep Dash to be the perfect solution for meeting their printing requirements.
ezeep Dash works with Windows machines and with Macs. Each user costs just $0.57/€0.57 per month.
ezeep Dash integrates seamlessly with the ezeep product family, and additional ezeep functionality, such as mobile printing, can be easily added.
ezeep Dash will be available in the fourth quarter of this year. Interested parties can learn more about ezeep Dash at ThinPrint’s booth #1331 at VMworld in Las Vegas, or by visiting https://www.ezeep.com/dash