While working more and more remotely, you could ask; do I still need printers as part of Windows 365? The short answer is yes. There are still a lot of business verticals e.g., governments that regulated their business around physical paper. While printing needs are decreasing, it’s important to simplify the service maintenance overhead. This is where the new Microsoft 365 service Universal Print come into play!

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