Mobile printing is more than cloud printing although the two are often mixed up when bloggers and journalists talk about the category. Mobile printing is the act of printing a file (a document, photo, web page, email or something else) from a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet on a printer that is probably connected wirelessly to the mobile device.Read More
Back in 1748, in his essay Advice to a Young Tradesman, Benjamin Franklin wrote:
“Remember that time is money. He that can earn ten shillings a day by his labour, and goes abroad, or sits idle one half of that day, though he spends but sixpence during his diversion or idleness, it ought not to be reckoned the only expence; he hath really spent or thrown away five shillings besides.”Read More
Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service that has become one of the fastest-growing technology companies ever to have adopted a freemium business model, with up to 50 GB of free storage for personal accounts, and paid business accounts with larger file capacities. Until recently, however, to securely print a file stored on Box, users had to download it to a computer or mobile device, and print from the local device instead of the cloud.
When businesses first began to formulate policies to integrate mobile devices into corporate IT, printing was, as a rule, completely neglected – either forgotten about altogether, or treated as a mere “nice to have” – but not essential – function.