Xerox has expanded its flexible cloud services portfolio with the addition of Virtual Print Management Service and Workplace Cloud Fleet Management.
The Xerox Virtual Print Management Service enables enterprise CIOs to replace expensive, legacy, onpremises print servers with Xerox’s multi-tenant, secure cloud infrastructure.
Xerox claims that the subscription-based, software-as-service model can save companies up to a third of their typical print server spend and free up internal IT resources to focus on longerterm digital transformation efforts.
Joanne Collins Smee, Xerox chief commercial, SMB and channels officer, said: “CIOs are under enormous pressure to drive a smooth transition to the cloud and ensure services are uninterrupted and seamless at every step in the process. But the reality of the cloud transition is often much slower and more complex than anticipated. Xerox’s Virtual Print offers the enterprise CIO an easy win on all the measures that matter most: flexibility, cost, security and user experience.”
The second new service, Xerox Workplace Cloud Fleet Management, helps SMBs secure their print devices by pushing on-demand security updates to individual printers, groups or the entire fleet and by providing proof of compliance with security policies.