Cloud Service From Ink Firm HP Nominated For A WebbyAward
Computer and ink firm HP has announced that its MagCloud, web-based content publishing, service has been nominated for a WebbyAward.
Nominees for the 15th annual award ceremony were whittled down from a field of over 10,000 entrants, with MagCloud being put forward in the Webby People's Voice category.
The MagCloud system was developed to allow consumers the ability to publish a magazine, business portfolio or brochure for free in a print and digital format.
Andrew Bolwell, chief MagClouder at HP, said: "This nomination recognizes the exciting and innovative self service publishing model MagCloud has developed, which delivers unprecedented flexibility, choice and quality."
Voting is now open to the general public and is hosted on the Webby site through to April 28th.
Recently, HP announced the ePrint service application for the iPhone, which is now available from the app store.
The new device allows users to connect from their mobile phone remotely without having to connect to a printer but still use the services.
Posted by Fred Bugenhalgen.