While we wait for Google's own web printing standard to materialize, Pogoplug has a Cloud printing solution and Cloud storage available now.
Pogoplug announced two new products today that will help businesses, especially those who do a lot of their work in the Cloud (*ahem Google Apps), operate with traditional file servers and printers.
Pogoplug Print is a device you connect to your USB printer. It is compatible with any HP (HPQ) or Epson printer made after 2005 (with more coming) and connects to the Internet via Ethernet cable or optional $29 wireless USB dongle.
"Pogoplug's vision is to free the modern digital lifestyle from dependence on an always-on home or office computer," said Daniel Putterman, CEO and co-founder of Cloud Engines, Inc. "First we changed the way people think about personal storage by making every hard drive accessible over the Internet. Now we're web-enabling printers."
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