With the new generation of Sharp printers you can access public cloud services, such as Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint, as well as our in-house offering Cloud Portal Office.
The first time you use the service you’ll need to enter your password for your Public Cloud accounts but the next time you walk up to the device you can use your log-on credentials, whether that’s a proximity-card or other means of authentication, choose the public cloud service that you want to access and the MFP will go straight into your account without the need to use your log-on details again.
This single sign-on gives you immediate access, making it easier to quickly collaborate with others. It is a feature Sharp customers have been asking for and we’ve responded accordingly.
It means that one person can be working on a document and save it to a shared Cloud area, and then someone else can access it from the MFP and print. In turn, they can write down some amends onto the document, scan and save it to the same Cloud account, so making working together easy and fast.
Watch for other Sharp MFP features.