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When Microsoft released Office for the iPad, many complained that there wasn't a way to print from the device. Cortado points out that its ThinPrint Cloud Printer combined with a One Drive procedure solves the problem.
The HP LaserJet Pro 476 is the first Mopria certified printer designed to make it easy to print from mobile devices.
Long known as a laser printer maker, Lexmark International has been silently offering managed print services in Indonesia since 2006. The company stopped making inkjet printers last year, and has now reaffirmed its commitment to introduce a series of enterprise solutions through lucrative product, software, and integrated services tailored to cater for company-specific needs.
Cloud Print Service and printer driver released by Google to allow Windows users to connect to cloud printers, but users still need Chrome
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One of the challenges of BYOD and mobile computing is printing. People find that digital documents, photos and the like eventually need to end up on paper. Making this work has been very challenging. Cortado thinks that its Thin Print Cloud Printer App and cloud service solves the problem.
As part of a global experiment to prove that print and consumer printer is not irrelevant, HP conducted an experiment in 3 cities, including Bangalore.
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HP has unveiled its first all-in-one mobile printer that allows people to print, scan or copy documents while on the move.HP has announced the Officejet 150 Mobile all-in-one device.
Google has released Chrome 16, including for the first time the ability to print any web page to a 'Cloud Ready' printer without the need for a special extension or web app
Will managed print services contracts cannibalize machine and supplies sales for traditional printer manufacturers?
I have been helping a friend move recently, and in the process we replaced a USB-connected printer with a WiFi printer. This was a big win, because now everyone in the house could print to it, without having to bother setting up one system as a "print server".
New PrintBack app will let you print from a smartphone to a Xerox printer, including the new SMB-targeted WorkCentre 6015.
The Managed Print Services industry is rapidly growing with businesses both large and small getting in on a piece of the pie. Over the past ten years the copier & print industries have converged, leading to innovative products including the multifunction printer. With these industry segments coming together businesses have found it more and more difficult to manage their output devices, which is why managed print services has been rapidly on the rise. By using managed print services, businesses are able to lower overall costs, improve productivity, increase efficiency and reduce burdens on internal staff.
When Doc got his start in tech journalism back in 1991, one of the first organizations he turned to for printer information was Lyra Research, which also got its start that same year. Now, Lyra has announced the launch of its new Managed Print Advisory Service, which seems fitting in today’s print environment.
Staff members are encouraged to print on used paper, and the integration of fax machine, printer, and scanner into one device enables major reductions in electricity usage. Inti expects to hit close to 20% savings on paper, maintenance and other costs.
If there was actually a race, then Hewlett-Packard has beat other printer manufacturers to fully supporting Google Cloud Print.
So what's holding back the managed print services market? I've got a few hunches.For starters, many printer companies remain too difficult to work with. During a phone call last week with a Texas-based MSP, the company CEO told me he had essentially scrapped his managed print efforts because his chosen vendor was big, monolithic, slow-moving and enterprise-facing. There was little to no SMB focus from the printer company.
The MPSA is asking all members to take a few minutes to complete these surveys and help the PWG support the Managed Print Services Industry. The Printer Working Group is a Program of the IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (ISTO) and its members include most of the major printer manufacturers.
While AirPrint won't be ready until November (and it's only for HP printer owners at first), there is good news for anyone with an Epson printer who wants to print wirelessly from an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
HP has unveiled a new service that allows users to print documents from smartphones, tablets or laptops to any printer using email
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