In this scenario, a printing service that can manage all these different devices at once will be necessary and costly.
In the intervening years, printer providers added support for Cloud Print, which will soon die. Which, of course they do. Beginning January 1, 2021, devices across all operating systems will no longer be able to print using Google Cloud Print.
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Some people will find this to be a massive bummer, though in Google's defense, printing over networks and the cloud has become far more easier in recent years than it was a decade ago.
In an update to a help centre article, Google has silently announced that they will be ceasing the Cloud Print service from December 31 2020. Before it's shut down, Google will roll out support for external CUPS print servers, including an authentication policy to configure connections to external CUPS print servers, as well as APIs for third parties to access print job metadata, submit print jobs, and add printer management capabilities.
The preferred alternative is using the operating system's native printing functions, such as on Windows.
China’s Vice-Premier Liu: "Cautiously optimistic" about reaching a trade deal
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The following native print management features are now or will be supported by Chrome OS by the end of 2019.
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Patriots not interested in re-signing Brown
Ex-NFL player Antonio Brown, 31, is countersuing his former female trainer who claims he raped her on three different occasions. But while Brown's camp is apparently optimistic about the receiver's future this season, there are clues suggesting otherwise.