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MOBILE PRINT SOLUTIONS Bridge the digital divide between your mobile devices and your printers It's no secret that mobile technology is changing how orga- nizations do business. The introduction of mobile devices has become one of the most significant enablers of agen- cy productivity. But one key business process has eluded the mobility movement: printing. Even the most tech-savvy professionals are faced with the dilemma of troubleshooting how to print when they're away from the office. In the era of tablets and smartphones, the boundaries of the work oﬃce now extend to virtually anywhere you can imagine. Although mobile devices are full of features and have countless apps to make work more eﬃciently, a print module is not one of them. This anytime, anywhere mentality also means that mobile workers do not have pre-established connections to printers when they are outside the oﬃce. They need a plan for ﬁnd- ing suitable printers, connecting to them, and printing their documents securely. Fortunately, the print market is starting to address the needs of the mobile worker. The mobile landscape Mobile device usage is up, and experts predict that it will only continue to increase. Two-thirds (67%) of government deci- sion-makers are now using smartphones, up from 58% in 2012. In addition, tablet usage nearly doubled in the past year, from 31% in 2012 to 60% in 2013. ¹ Mobile printing is even more important and must now be integrated into an organization's overall print strategy to pre- serve productivity. Many operational processes and workﬂow practices still rely on printing (contracts that need signatures) and those that must be maintained for ethical, authentication, or statutory purposes (HIPAA, OSHA, Sarbanes-Oxley). Mobile print solutions should also be addressed from a security standpoint. Like mobile devices themselves, mobile printing leaves organizations at risk for data leaks. Unsecured mobile printing can result in conﬁdential infor- mation being left sitting at a printer exposed to any number of unauthorized people. By providing the ability to submit a 30
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