The Azure Academy Take on Printing

April 17, 2020

The Azure cloud offers an ever-growing number of services. These help businesses and organizations of any size to better and more flexibly achieve their goals. And with the right tools, you can build and deploy as well as manage applications on a large global scale.

The Perfect Azure Resource

However, with new technology, training resources are essential for it to be a success. Consequently, Dean Cefola – senior FastTrack Engineer for Microsoft’s Azure Customer experience created a great channel on YouTube. As a result, the Azure Academy offers lots of videos for all types of organizations to help them learn and get the most out of Azure.

Azure Printing

In one of Dean’s latest videos, he took an in-depth look at printing with WVD. For example, ThinPrint’s ezeep for Azure service builds a bridge between your existing on-premises printing infrastructure and the cloud.

How does it work? All printers, including network printers, become remote printers with Windows Virtual Desktop running on Azure. Because the desktop operating system is no longer dependent on a typical desktop device, you can use Windows on all types of devices. For instance, like smartphones, tablets, Macs and, Chromebooks. In other words, you simply start your session from any browser.

Take A Look at the Azure Academy Take on Printing:

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Need More Information on Azure and Printing?

So if you found the Azure Academy video helpful, and would like more details about ezeep for Azure or how it will work in your environment, you can browse our tutorial information, or sign up for free trial directly on Azure.

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