EveryonePrint: Next-gen Mobile Printing Solution
FREMONT, CA: EveryonePrint, a provider of software solutions for secure mobile printing has launched their next generation of mobile print software solution. The latest version 4.1 is designed to offer enterprises the ability to print easily via mobile devices such as notebooks and iPhones. The recently upgraded software enhances the usability, security, and functionality of the original software.
“Many large organizations allow the use of personal devices at work such as iPads, smartphone or tablets to stay productive. Companies also facilitate e-mail and document access on these devices. However, with the lack of solutions for enterprise printing, printing from mobile devices that use varied types of technologies is often challenging,” says Roy Neckling, CEO, EveryonePrint.
EveryonePrint 4.1 is equipped with features for firms using Mobile Device Management (MDM) system. The latest software is also capable of managing the challenges in Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) to ensure easy and overall integration with the existing print network.
EveryonePrint 4.1 allows easy printing from Apple iOS devices even in highly complex environments by using EveryonePrint MDM AirPrint feature. In addition, it also supports XenMobile MDM by deploying EveryonePrint iOS and Android apps. The software also offers single sign-on and thus avoids any authorization delays. Furthermore, EveryonePrint 4.1 expands API integration security for automation and integration for consumers or third party applications to directly send print jobs into EveryonePrint using the API's.
“We don’t believe in making mobile printing a massive IT project. Instead, at the firm, the printing solutions are made to be easy to download and install,” says Tavs Dalaa, CTO, EveryonePrint. According to Dalaa, the release of this latest version will ensure the growth of their business since there is an enormous demand for highly secure mobile printing solutions with advanced features.
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