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Samsung Cloud Print service unveiled

The new Samsung Cloud Print service has been unveiled by Samsung at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, Germany as they look to make the most of the “explosive growth of cloud services”.

The Samsung Cloud Print app is specifically targeted towards small-to-medium businesses [SMBs], with 2014 being the year of SMB solutions for Samsung.

The aim of the Samsung Cloud Print service is to offer an extensive cloud printing solution to businesses – whether they’re working in the office or remotely.

Crucial to the whole cloud print setup is the Samsung Cloud Print app, which is thought to be likely to replace the Mobile Print app, as it will support up to 20 printers – plenty for any SMB!

One of the key features of the Samsung Cloud Print service is Call-to-Print, which is perfect for those who are consistently working out of the office and on-the-go.  It allows users to remove the need for traditional computers when it comes to printing – everything can be done on the phone itself, from the document selection to the authentication.

All the security features offered by KNOX will be leveraged by the Samsung Cloud Print service, while those without a KNOX-compatible device will be offered classic data encryption.  Also, the Samsung Cloud Print app will make it even easier for users to share and even collaborate on documents.

The Samsung Cloud Print app will be available on Android in June 2014 and on iOS a few months later, while plans for a Windows Phone app are also in the pipeline.

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