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Microsoft CSP

Microsoft CSP can sell Windows 10 licenses as part of their subscription service, but is the struggle really over?

Microsoft licensing for service providers has always been a struggle, resulting in cumbersome workarounds. Now it seems that Microsoft will finally fully support service providers in what they want to do , Take a look at this Microsoft announcement. The question remains though – What will licensing restrictions and pricing look like? How long for example will licenses be available for a user or virtual machine?

Secure printing is important

Secure Printing in Accordance with EU General Data Protection Regulations

In May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation becomes mandatory. We tell you how to realize secure printing in accordance with this regulation.

Best Practice: Thin Client Printing using RDP or ICA/HDX

In this article we show you how to realize thin client printing with ThinPrint. We give you tons of options for the best fit into your environment.

CRM, ERM, ERP printing

Printing from ERP, CRM or EMR systems

No matter if ERP printing from SAP or printing from Oracle, McKesson, Cerner or Epic: ThinPrint integrates backend printing into the same print system. Including performance, high availability & security.

global pull printing

Secure Pull Printing Worldwide

A globally-operating, pull printing solution lowers admin tasks for IT, increases flexibility and security for users and reduces printing costs.

Enable end-to-end encrypted printing

End-to-End Encryption with HP Printers

Unsecured print data poses a security risk. ThinPrint clients for HP printers and other devices enable end-to-end encryption of the print data.

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