Laptops, tablets and smartphones are now a part of every day life – just take a look around your bus or train on the way to work and the majority of passengers will be engrossed in some sort of mobile device. In fact, one in two Australian adults now owns a smartphone.
More and more employers are adopting a ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) approach where employees are permitted to bring their personally owned mobile devices to work and use these devices to access company information and applications. With cited benefits including increased productivity and improved employee morale, it’s no wonder business managers are looking at ways to make it easy to integrate mobile devices into the work flow. Research from IFS has found that 80 per cent of Australian businesses are investing in mobility.
This ‘mobile’ age has changed the way we consume information, both at home and at work. We no longer have to be sitting at a desk to read an email or check a calendar; we can even keep up to date on current affairs or plan for a meeting while taking the train. With this comes the expectation that we can carry out normal activities anywhere, any time - even printing.
Mobile printing means that you can print any document from any platform, at any location. The only requirement is a wireless network.
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