Cloud printing can be challenging. Enterprise printing was simply never designed to work in a cloud-based scenario. Printers are passive, and this passive nature becomes a major problem because printers have no means of requesting data. They simply wait for incoming requests. Simply “moving” enterprise print services to the cloud doesn’t work without a trusted and secure connection between the cloud and the printer’s local network. Without that trusted and secure connection, printing from the cloud back to the local printer won’t work. It will wait forever for a job to arrive and it never will come. In essence, with cloud printing, all of what were once local printers behind the corporate firewall have instantly become “remote” and unable to communicate to the central print service, which is now in the cloud.