As one of the world’s leading document output management companies, Kyocera is changing the way businesses manage, process and interface with documents. Kyocera’s latest breakthrough combines the most advanced printing and document management solutions hosted in a private, secure and resilient virtual cloud environment.
Kyocera strives to provide its partners and end-users with innovative technology to help business organisations move forward. We offer the industry’s only 100% private Cloud-based print and document management services. Fully backed by one of the world’s leading cloud hosting providers, our Cloud Printing Services save you money and deliver more security, availability, reliability and flexibility to your document management.
With enhanced network resilience, higher mobility and improved cost-efficiency in a completely secure environment, Kyocera helps you deliver higher service levels with total peace of mind.
Cloud printing today is more than just about having a print server in the sky. It’s about convenience and simplicity, freeing your employees’ potential, optimising your document workflow and cutting costs – all while keeping your data secure in a truly private cloud.
Cloud computing can be divided into three general models: public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud. Public cloud consists of independent service providers that rent or lease cloud computing resources to external clients. A private cloud represents the deployment of on-premises cloud services. And hybrid cloud connects both public and private cloud services, allowing a business to use both environments simultaneously while shifting workloads between private and public cloud facilities on demand.
MPS in the cloud is running the print service from within a remotely hosted, cloud, environment. Kyocera runs a hybrid model to print across the business with a mix of local, on site print servers, and the main print server sitting in the cloud. This ensures printing is available even if network issues prevent communication with the cloud.
The consolidation of dedicated print servers with a single centralised server is a critical element of operating an efficient and scalable print infrastructure. Using the centralised server means that printer drivers, printer queues and print policies are managed centrally, and built-in redundancy makes recovery from any failure far easier, ensuring print devices are always available.
Now is the time you should give cloud printing a second look and we offer you the chance to move your whole print infrastructure skywards.