Today KYOCERA Document Solutions, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, announced its new and updated Cloud application
KYOCERA Cloud Connect v2.0 is an application enabling scanning and printing of files in cloud services directly from most Kyocera multifunctional product control panels. In addition to connecting to Evernote, Kyocera’s new version 2.0 software supports connection to Google Drive, one of the fastest growing public cloud providers.
The KYOCERA Cloud Connect application allows users to upload and store files to their account on Google Drive directly from the touch screen control panel of a Kyocera multifunctional product (MFP). Also when a hardcopy of any document is needed, users can print directly from Google Drive to their Kyocera device.
KYOCERA Cloud Connect allows users to:
Scan to Google Drive: Upload scanned files directly to Google Drive from the Kyocera product; removing the need to send scanned files to, or from, a computer
Google Drive to Print: Retrieve and print files stored in Google Drive directly from the Kyocera product in file formats including JPEG, PDF and TIFF
“Increasingly customers want to store and access data from anywhere, at any time. Kyocera Cloud Connect is the solution that bridges Kyocera’s products to the cloud service applications publically available today,” said George Kharoufeh, product marketing manager, Kyocera Document Solutions
Australia and New Zealand.
KYOCERA Cloud Connect is available from Kyocera or their authorised dealer network.
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About Kyocera Document Solutions Pty. Ltd.
Kyocera is one of the world's leading document solutions companies and has been dedicated to helping organisations minimise financial and ecological waste for more than 50 years. Delivering a complete range of printers, multifunction devices and document management solutions, Kyocera is renowned for its unique ECOSYS® durable imaging system. This enables Kyocera to offer cost-saving printer technology with long-life imaging components that provide greater reliability, are friendlier to the environment, and present a significantly lower cost per printed page - resulting in a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) over the life of the product. In 2011 Kyocera was appointed as an official supplier of both Printers and Multi-function Devices to the Australian Federal Government.
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