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CloudJumper and ThinPrint Extend Partnership to Provide Remote Printing for Windows Virtual Desktop
CloudJumper, a leading provider of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Workspace as a Service, and Desktop as a Service solutions, and ThinPrint, provider of the world's leading print management software, today announced their extended partnership to enable remote printing capabilities for Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). Both selected Microsoft named leading partners for WVD, the two companies have integrated ThinPrint's cloud printing software, ezeep for Windows Virtual Desktop, and CloudJumper's Cloud Workspace Management Suite (CWMS) to enable seamless, on-demand printing for WVD installations. 
ThinPrint's ezeep for Windows Virtual Desktop is the industry's print solution for Windows 10 multi-session desktops hosted on Azure. It enables secure, fast and simple connectivity to existing print environments to deliver seamless printing from any device. With CloudJumper's CWMS,  ThinPrint's ezeep for Windows Virtual Deskop integrates with Azure Active Directory and is ready-made for enterprise services at scale. Seamlessly integrated with an easy-to-use web console, it allows administrators to centrally manage the print environment without having to worry about print data security, failover, printer drivers or print server operations.
The public preview of ezeep for Windows Virtual Desktop will be showcased at Microsoft Inspire 2019 in booth 1405 from July 14-18. To gain access to the beta version of ezeep for Windows Virtual Desktop visit
"For 10 years we have worked with CloudJumper to help users gain full control over all printing processes and policies," said Henning Volkmer, President and CEO, ThinPrint, Inc. "This extension of our partnership is a testament to the success of our ezeep solution. It continues to ensure a reliable and secure connection to printers, while providing a hardened line to the print service so that users no longer require a VPN. These, and many other capabilities, make ezeep the most robust and ideal remote printing solution available for WVD."
Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service hosted on Azure cloud infrastructre. It is the only virtual desktop built for Windows 10 that optimizes Office 365 ProPlus. Windows Virtual Desktop is also in public preview with general availability anticipated for later in the year. The service promises simplified management, support for Remote Desktop Services (RDS), and multi-session Windows 10 deployment. WVD allows administrators to virtualize and install legacy and new applications in Azure so that users have access to every system a non-virtual desktop would provide.
CloudJumper Cloud Workspace for Azure is a complete cloud-based platform for cloud desktop and application enablement. The platform provides an automated framework to orchestrate Windows Virtual Desktop deployments, delivering a multi-user Windows 10 experience that includes compatibility with Microsoft Store and existing Windows line-of-business applications. WVD administrators retain complete control, security and auditability for compliance through an intuitive browser-based management system that reduces support costs, increases service quality and improves responsiveness.
"We are pleased to partner with ThinPrint at Inspire and welcome organizations that are new to virtual workspaces to better understand some of the most innovative technologies on the market," said Max Pruger, Chief Revenue Officer for CloudJumper. "Regardless of whether the goal is to print from traditional PCs, mobile devices, thin clients, virtual desktops, or from the cloud, users are optimizing their printing infrastructure and increasing productivity in a more effective way with CloudJumper, ThinPrint and Microsoft WVD."

Published Tuesday, July 16, 2019 3:23 PM by David Marshall
CloudJumper and ThinPrint Extend Partnership to Provide Remote Printing for Windows Virtual Desktop - Brad Dickinson - (Author's Link) - July 16, 2019 11:10 PM
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