Sharp has added thirteen new MFP models with speeds ranging from 26 to 60 ppm to its range.
The new line-up comprises two new additions to Sharp’s A4 mono portfolio and eleven to its A3 mono CR4.5 range. All devices offer a host of productivity functions, best-in-class security enhancements and the same powerful workflow features and user interface common across the Sharp range.
Designed to suit a variety of office layouts and easily integrate with today’s connected workplace, the new MFPs enable simple and quick access to an expanded list of cloud services including Box and Dropbox.
The inclusion of the very latest Adobe technology, the Adobe Embedded Print Engine (AEPER), gives users greater accuracy and performance when directly printing PDF files from network, cloud, or portable USB drives. In addition, Sharp’s Application Portal allows administrators to easily add new applications and update existing ones directly from the touchscreen on the machine.
Y Soft is cloud-ready
Y Soft has announced a Cloud Guarantee Programme to ensure customers’ print infrastructure investment as they transition to the cloud. Whether an organisation starts with YSoft SafeQ on-premise and decides to move to the cloud, their investment in Y Soft technology is guaranteed to move with them. To help customers understand their cloud options for print services, the programme offers a free cloudreadiness assessment.
“Y Soft is cloud-ready today,” said Chief Sales Officer Barry Löwer. “We are already working with customers on their public cloud deployments and can easily design a cloud infrastructure solution that combines the capabilities of YSoft SafeQ with the reliability and security of the leading cloud platform providers to create a solid foundation for print services in the cloud.”