Printing From The Cloud Connects Printers Globally


It used to be that the only thing coming from a cloud was precipitation of some form, but now with the advent of storage on the internet everyone is talking about the Cloud—and they are not referring to those white fluffy things floating about in the sky.

So, what is ‘Printing from the Cloud’? Where do you plug in?

New advances in cloud technology make is possible for printers to connect globally.

Mobile printing has been around for a while with apps for phones and PDA’s that allowed you to connect to your printer via Bluetooth and IrDA. In 2010 printer manufacturers began introducing printers and apps that enabled printing from the Web. Then last year they took it a step further with the introduction of ePrinting which gives you access to your printer through email attachments.

The latest advance in this area is the Cloud Printing from Google which allows you to access any printer that is ePrint ready. You can print a document on your home computer from anywhere in the world by sending the document as an email attachment to your internet connected computer. You also have the ability to share your computer with anyone you choose anywhere in the world.

So just when you thought the age of “Digital Imaging” was replacing the printed word or picture, watch out! Cloud printing is here!  Fortunately Cartridge World maintains its commitment to help reducing your printing cost by providing our 100% money back guaranteed recycled, remanufactured and refilled printer cartridges.

So go ahead, print from the Cloud! We’ve got your covered. Call 630.893.6300 or come by our Bloomingdale location. We are open 7 days a week to best serve you!

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About Cartridge World

Cartridge World in Bloomingdale, Illinois is a locally owned and operated ink and toner refill center. We guarantee all of our work and offer free delivery. On average, consumers, businesses and institutions save 1/3 or more when they Go Green and refill their cartridges.
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