Last year, Google announced it would discontinue its cloud-based printing service – Google Cloud Print – on Dec. 31, 2020 and recommended that users find an alternative solution.
Choosing the right replacement is an important decision, writes Willem Groenewald for PaperCut, which West Chester-based Rothwell Document Solutions has partnered with to provide simple and affordable print management software to its clients.
The only free alternative to Google Cloud Print that Google recommends on its website is PaperCut Mobility Print.
Mobility Print simplifies the printing process for bring your own devices (BYOD) and other end-user-managed devices, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, or Chromebooks. End users can quickly discover and set up printers on their own, regardless of their operating system or the brand of printer.
Mobility Print delivers secure network print services for iOS, Windows, macOS, Android, and Chrome devices. It’s easy to set up so users can print from their own devices without the need to reach out to a system administrator for help.
“PaperCut provides simple and affordable print management software and allows customers to answer the ‘Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How’ of their printed documents,” said Kevin Rothwell, President of Rothwell Document Solutions. “This print control software easily tracks of all your document production costs and helps save money and reduce printer waste in your business, school, college, or professional services organizations.”
Since 1947, Rothwell Document Solutions has been a leader in the office technology industry throughout Chester County and surrounding communities. Offering advanced solutions from major manufacturers and software developers like PaperCut, Rothwell integrates imaging systems and services that allow businesses to improve document workflow and increase office efficiency. Click here to learn more.