• Third-party apps and software
• Cloud-based print services
Apps and software such as Apple’s AirPrint, Xerox Mobile Print, FingerPrint, and PrintBureau enable you to connect your mobile device to printers. However, these solutions do have their limitations. They are not optimal for anyone concerned about print quality, and security protocols often prevent mobile devices from accessing corporate networks.
Cloud-based print services such as ePrint by Hewlett-Packard and Google’s Cloud Print allow you to send the document from your device to almost any networked printer over the Web via email. Cloud-based services provide users with much more flexibility, enabling them to access a wider range of printers, without restrictions on options such as double-sided printing, color vs. black and white, etc.
Advancements in mobile technology allow you to print wherever your job may take you, providing freedom and convenience, without sacrificing security. Contact us today to learn more about how you can print business documents from your mobile device.