Many of us have hopped on the Google bandwagon, and are using Gmail, Google Drive and many of the other ubiquitous Google offerings to communicate, store information and collaborate. Even schools and colleges are using Google applications to allow classroom collaboration and communication between teachers and students. So, if we have adopted this magnificent world of cloud-based communication and collaboration, it only follows that we should be able to leverage our capabilities from wherever we are, whenever we like, including from the front panel of our office MFP.
Enter the Kyocera Google Connector for connected, HyPAS enabled, Kyocera MFP’s. Imagine walking up to the MFP panel, logging directly into your personal Google account, and being able to access your email, your Google Calendar, and your Google Drive account, all in one place. Being able to instantly retrieve and print documents from your Google Drive folders, days, weeks, or months of your Google Calendar and emails from your Gmail account right on the spot is simply amazing.
Furthermore, you can not only print your email, but compose, attach scanned documents, and send an email right from the front panel. You can add documents to your Google Drive, create new folders for them, and put scanned images anywhere you like. On top of all this wizardry, the Kyocera MFP can natively be set up as a Google Cloud Print Printer, so while you are rushing around, staring at your handheld gadgets, or sitting at home collaborating in your Google Drive account, you have the ability to print your work directly to the connected Kyocera MFP in your office, to pick up when you arrive. Mind-boggling, isn’t it?
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So, the old copier sitting in the corner of the office is starting to make awful noises, and the repair technician has his own spot marked in your parking lot. It has been a great friend, but you have hung onto it much too long, and in doing so, technology has been running amok, and you have no idea where to begin. Never fear, grab a cup of coffee, take a deep breath, and walk with me.