TAIPEI, Taiwan, Sept. 23 - Have you ever forgotten to bring important contracts with you right before meeting with the customer? Or when you need a hardcopy of an assignment that is due on the day but without printers around? Now, ASUS WebStorage offers a solution! The ASUS WebStorage allows transfer of files via PC or mobile phones through the cloud to connect with the ASUS WebStorage Cloud Printing Service, enabling you to print out documents wherever you go and whenever you want.
eCareme announces today that they have formed an alliance with 7-ELEVEN - the leading brand in the retail industry and jointly entering into the cloud printing market. Effective from September 8th, the ASUS WebStorage Cloud Printing Service is launched; in particular, it leverages the existing functions of cloud backup, sharing and synchronizing in the ASUS WebStorage to combine with 7-ELEVEN, which owns the largest operating chain stores throughout Taiwan. The alliance breaks the hardware and regional restrictions to offer customers around-the-clock printing services and anywhere from the ASUS WebStorage, and creates a more user-friendly environment for cloud printing.
ASUS WebStorage Cloud Printing Service breaks the traditional printing method by using digital devices such as USB. Or, from a single printer, users can simply save their data or documents ahead of time in the ASUS WebStorage cloud via hardware devices existing in a PC or Android mobile. Users can then access the cloud to browse their uploaded data on the ibon terminal interface located in the 7-ELEVEN, where it is connected to the cloud server. The user can then select the desired images and data and click to get them all printed from the All-in-one multi-function printer beside the ibon. Compared to traditional printing services, the combination of cloud printing service and chain store together offer higher added-values to users to print freely wherever they go, and whenever they want.
Cloud printing has been enthusiastically developed in the market in recent years. Through a combination of virtual network space and the concrete retailing business, the cloud printing is thoroughly implemented and achieved by far in the easiest way. While cloud printing is still in its preparation stage by many companies, eCareme takes the lead to carry out this concept into the reality of daily life by cooperating with 7-ELEVEN, the largest retailing channel business. In the future, eCareme is expected to attract international collaboration partners who are interested, and to share this successful experience in overseas markets for 3 million users worldwide to enjoy the convenient service of cloud printing applications.
In order to promote the ASUS WebStorage Cloud Printing Service in Taiwan, from September 8th to October 19th ASUS WebStorage members can enjoy 50% discount on either B/W or color copy printouts through ibon located in all 7-ELEVEN chain stores in Taiwan, and a chance to win an EeePC lucky draw.
eCareme, founded in 2000, is a global provider of the innovation solutions for cloud applications. As a leading cloud computing technology specialist, we provide high-availability services and innovative cloud solutions for the mobile communications markets around the world.
As a member of ASUS Group since 2008, eCareme starts to deliver the prominent ASUS WebStorage service that dramatically changes how customers solve storage issues. In addition, with sound experience in development and support of cloud computing, we proudly offer various cloud applications and value-added services to mobile and fixed-line telecommunications industries that serve millions of subscribers.
At eCareme, we are believers in the power of innovation, the collective imagination of our customers, partners and employees. In today's competitive environment, we understand the importance of cost-effective, flexible and highly integrated cloud services. With that in mind, we are dedicated to provide these superior services by unlimited power of cloud innovation.
SOURCE eCareme Technologies Inc.
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