Cloud what is it really good for: 'Users may receive a message indicating they are being throttled'
How many firms can really stomach the privacy, security and 'real uptime' implications of printing in the Cloud? 'Considerably simpler' is all relative:
"The main use case for these servers is traditional file and print sharing. Shoving data in the cloud makes collaboration considerably simpler and a dedicated print server seems overkill these days in an office of a maximum of 25 people. Microsoft has also stripped the Essentials Experience role from the server, which made setting up file sharing relatively straightforward."