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FedEx website allows direct printing from Box, Google Drive, and Dropbox

fedex printingIf you happen to have some documents stashed in the online cloud known as Box, Google Drive and Dropbox, here is some news for you that you might want to consider taking advantage of the next time you need to print something urgently – FedEx has just expanded their cloud operations recently, where you are now able to print documents right from Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box, directly from FedEx’s copiers, with the other route (to proverbial Rome) being the clever use of the web interface. The expanded options will enable you to perform a log in to your cloud storage accounts, where you can subsequently choose and pick the kind of documents that you want to print without having to go through the hassle of transferring documents between apps – and act that is certainly not fun doing when it comes to compact, mobile devices.

Known as FedEx Office Print & Go and FedEx Office Print Online, the newly introduced integration with cloud-based document storage services Box, Dropbox and Google Drive, which includes Google Docs, will basically pave open the way for on-demand printing of files that are stashed online, and you have over 1,800 FedEx Office stores around the US to help you get your printing done, especially when it is urgent. [Press Release]

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