A Quickie with the MyQ Expert | Episode 14: Printing on the Go
The MyQ Quickie series will help you get up close and personal with the functions of our user-friendly print solution. No heavy IT slang, no hi-tech showing off. Only Rami, our laid-back MyQ Expert, and practical examples of how to process your documents daily with MyQ. “Would you like something with that coffee?” “A piece of cloud printing, please.” This time, Rami the virtual Barista has brewed a special cup for your hybrid office. You might have heard him saying that with MyQ Roger, you can process your documents from any place your device can connect to the Internet. To give you proof, Rami left the office to shoot this Quickie in a café ☕️ As they had a Wi-Fi (I mean, sure they did, what would a coffee break be without Instagram browsing), he opened his cloud drive in MyQ Roger, found the file he remembered he needed, sent it off to print, finished his americano, chuckled at the last meme, and went back to the office. He released the doc at the first printer he met, like there was nothing to it. Spoiler alert: there really isn’t. Well, see for yourself in this Quickie!
Hi, I’m Rami, your MyQ Expert.
Continuing on with the MyQ Roger series, today I’m going to show you how easy it is to connect to the MyQ cloud And the whole process doesn’t need you to touch the printer panel at all!
Since MyQ Roger is a Public Cloud platform a VPN or an on-premise connection to the wifi is not needed to ensure secure and proper communication with the MFP You can still talk to your printer securely from any internet connection. And I don’t even need to touch the printer because I have the easy-to-use MyQ Roger app.So I’m sitting now in a café and they kindly allowed me to use their wifi connection. And I just realized, I need something printed! I’ll open up the app. I'll choose the file that I need. I need from my OneDrive to print. I don’t need it in color actually, and I press print later. Alright, now its on queue and its waiting for me to release the job at the printer. So I just made it back, and all that’s left for me is to log in. I scan the QR code, and I print all.
And viola, I have my document ready to go.
Alright, thank you for watching, and I’ll see you guys later!