Easy Enterprise Printing for Apple MacBooks

More and more employees are choosing to work with Apple MacBooks. Thanks to web applications and the excellent Office 365 support, this is hardly a problem for users. But for IT departments, integrating MacBooks into an existing Windows printing infrastructure is no walk in the park. It can be though, thanks to ezeep Blue.

Easy Enterprise Printing for Apple MacBooks with ezeep
ezeep Blue ensures easy integration of Apple MacBooks into businesses

To integrate Apple MacBooks into an existing print environment, all you need to do is install the ezeep Blue Connector on the current Windows print server. Via the ezeep Blue web console, you can assign the print server’s printers to the group of Mac users. The Active Directory can be used or, to provide easy access to users who do not directly belong to the company, it can be omitted.

Easy printer assignment in the ezeep Blue web console
Easy printer assignment in the ezeep Blue web console

Thanks to ezeep Blue, Mac users don’t need to register in the Active Directory to gain access to printers, they only need to be logged in to ezeep Blue.

And with ezeep Blue, driver incompatibilities belong to the past as ezeep Blue uses the original Windows printer drivers to address the printers. As such, it’s not even necessary for the MacOS to support the printer. Especially helpful for older and more specialized printers.

Learn more about easy Mac printing with ezeep Blue here.

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Carsten Mickeleit
Carsten Mickeleit is founder and CEO of Cortado Holding AG (formerly ThinPrint AG). After university, Carsten worked as a researcher at the Institute for System and Planning Theory. In 1990 he founded a provider of information technology solutions, Carano, where he was responsible for sales, marketing and technology leadership. In 1999 he founded ThinPrint AG and developed the company - now Cortado Holding AG - into the leading provider of software-based print and enterprise mobility solutions. Carsten Mickeleit holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Technical University of Berlin, with specialism in Finance and Electronics. Besides his work, Carsten is father of two grown-ups as well as being a passionate kite- and snowboarder.