In the venture investment community, a unicorn is a startup company whose valuation has exceeded $1 billion. Similar to its fairy book meaning – a legendary creature never seen – we are drawn to it in the hopes that it is really true. More often than not, however, something too good to be true is found to be less than promised.
So it seems with the promise of server-less printing. The idea of server-less printing sounds good: no costly servers to purchase, no costly OS licenses and other software licensing, no servers to support, backup, replicate and maintain. Too good to be true, right?