While Apple has integrated native print capabilities into iOS for some time, Android developers just recently took the step of adding the feature into their mobile operating system. With the influx of mobile devices in the enterprises, mobile printing capabilities are becoming a must have for mobile operating systems looking to expand their presence in the corporate market.
A challenge for mobile employees is being able to access a corporate printer to print out documents from their devices.That was a problem confronted by TWIN MRO, a South Windsor, Conn.-based turbine component overhaul and repair supplier for 175 aviation customers in more than 25 countries.
Accellion, a provider of mobile file sharing products, and copier and printer maker Ricoh have team to provide enterprises with a secure mobile printing product with the need for a virtual private network connection.
EFI has updated its PrintMe Mobile product to version 2.4.
Many technology pundits predict that the digital revolution will lead to the advent of the paperless office. But will it? Not according to a recent survey of 800 smartphone and tablet users conducted recently by IDC