I think one of the most valuable pieces of intellectual property defined by
the PWG to date is the semantic model. It is in my opinion an amazing body
of work, which has successfully abstracted the workings of both the single
function and multi-function imaging devices available today. As such, I
believe that allowing a PDF driver to be in scope for PWG Cloud Imaging is
Why do you feel this example from your colleague needs to be explicitly made
out of scope?
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I was not going to comment further on the definition but someone in my
office brought the case: If printing including printing to PDF (we all have
a PDF print driver on our desktop/laptops) then the current definition would
include an Apple iPhone!!!!
Might I suggest
Cloud Imaging: Access to Hard Copy Device defined by the P2600 [.....] and
associated services through a Cloud Computing infrastructure as defined by
NIST Special Publication 800-145 [NISTCLOUD].
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On Apr 27, 2011, at 1:21 PM, Petrie, Glen wrote:
> This was the reference Ira provided. It is about cloud computing. I
> did not find a reference to Cloud Imaging or print. This is the one I
> red-line as a possible definition for cloud printing.
Right, however there was some discussion of whether we wanted to do that,
reference the NIST definition, or use some hybrid approach where we had the
one-liner definition that referenced the NIST Cloud Computing definition and
then had a complete model definition (which is where I thought we ended up?)
> So I assume the cloud printing definition below this is Brain's
> proposal. Interesting that email and transforms are now part of
> imaging. So, I guess Cloud Imaging will include everything.
I wrote up the definition below and included all MFD services except System
Control, however if we accept Cloud as a general replacement for SSO
solutions we should probably include System Control as well...
How about the following for the one-liner definition:
Cloud Imaging: Access to Multi-Function Device services through a Cloud
Computing infrastructure as defined by NIST Special Publication 800-145
The model section would provide detailed bits like some of the content you
developed from the NIST definition.
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>> Thanks! Seems like we should definitely reference this in our model
> document, e.g.:
>> Cloud Imaging: Printing, scanning, copying, facsimile, email, and
> transformation of documents using a Cloud Computing infrastructure as
> defined by NIST Special Publication 800-145 [NISTCLOUD].
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