Scan to Dropbox – Sharp MX Copiers

Scan to Dropbox is a frequently requested feature with the new Sharp MX Copier series. Cloud services are all around us. If you use a hosted email service, such as Gmail, you are a customer and consumer of cloud services. If you are printing from Google Cloud, you are using cloud services. And yes, storing and retrieving your files with Dropbox is a great example of how hosted cloud services are making our daily lives easier.

Scanning to the Cloud – Scan to Dropbox

Scanning to the cloud is only slightly different than scanning to a local server or scanning to email with a file attachment. The two main differences are the requirement to log into a remote session and transfer your files outside of your local network, and then later retrieve your files from anywhere with a public network connection, such as your favorite local coffee shop (mine is Dunkin Donuts, but that is a topic for a whole different blog).

Scan to Dropbox – Making Cloud Storage Simple

Sharp has incorporated several cloud connectors directly onto the large LCD front panel of their devices. Scanning to a cloud service is as simple as selecting the service, providing login information, and choosing a folder location. The picture below provides a glimpse into the simple Scan to Dropbox user interface and the friendly menu system that connect every user directly to the cloud.

Scan to Dropbox

Contact Us to learn more about Scan to Dropbox

For more information about Scan to Dropbox, and other popular cloud connectors, please contact us today! We offer a wide range of consulting and integration services to make the transition to Sharp seamless and satisfying. We support most of Texas with 7 locations throughout North, East, Central, and South Texas. We cover a large area with local offices to provide the highest level of service after the sale.

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