Announcements

New – Advanced Print Management Features via MDM Systems

June 17, 2022

The ezeep print apps for Android and iOS now support managed app configurations! Learn more about what is now possible here. Read More

Automatically Assign Users to Groups – New in ezeep Blue

June 8, 2022

We are speeding up the management of new users in the ezeep Admin Portal! With this new feature it is now possible to assign users to new groups automatically based on their mail domain. The feature is devilishly simple and will save power users loads of time. Read More

Get Help Quicker With ezeep’s New Chat Button

May 13, 2022

ezeep now enables the feature live-chat for quicker and high quality support for your ezeep Blue challenges. Read More

ezeep Blue – Now Integrated in Pabbly Connect

May 5, 2022

ezeep Blue now integrates with the automation software Pabbly Connect. Read More

Keep Track of Scheduled Maintenance at status.ezeep.com

April 6, 2022

In order to improve our services, we need to occasionally carry out scheduled maintenance.To help you plan accordingly for these periods, consult our new ezeep Status page. Read More

Secure Pull Printing – New in ezeep Blue

April 1, 2022

Now available: a modern pull printing workflow that ensures secure printing in your environment. Read More

Set Up ezeep Faster – New and Improved Quick Start with Print Now

March 28, 2022

Our Quick Start guide has been redesigned and showcases a new way to print directly from your web browser: Print Now. Read More

Say Hello to the New Admin News Feed!

March 28, 2022

To keep you up to date as you use ezeep, we have introduced the new Admin Feed. Find out more about it here. Read More

ezeep supports Windows 11 on Classic and Cloud Desktops from Day One

October 15, 2021

With ezeep, users print as conveniently and easily as ever from Windows 11 on classic or cloud desktops. Read More

CVE-2021-34527 Windows Print Spooler Vulnerability – How to Ensure Secure Printing with ezeep

July 6, 2021

If you are an ezeep customer, follow these steps to ensure your printing is unaffected by the CVE-2021-34527 Windows print spooler vulnerability, also known as PrintNightmare. Read More