(Last week, we published the first part of a two-part look at how pre-surveys and user audits help IT departments create a framework that will keep a BYOD policy from devolving into a chaotic, unsecured “do your own thing” (DYOT) environment. This is the second part of that article.)
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Whether it’s a school, small business, or large enterprise tablet rollout, the subject of mobile printing usually comes up during the first few weeks. The questions usually show up at the help desk, in the form of users who fully expected to be able to print from the new iPad or Android tablet just as easily as they did from their laptop or desktop PC.
When the smartphone first appeared on the market, circa 1997, printer manufacturers worried that mobile devices would eventually make all forms of printing obsolete. It seemed as if the long-awaited paperless office might become a reality as people explored new ways to share digital information.
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.
For 21 years, David Cowan has invested for Bessemer Venture Partners, a global venture capital firm that has funded cloud companies such as Box, Eloqua and LinkedIn. Recently, he took to LinkedIn to offer his opinion on the future of cloud computing – a future that he says will rely on encryption.
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From the viewpoint of many CIOs and IT managers, mobile printing is a relatively small issue. While they realize that it’s becoming increasingly important, it’s often ignored because it can seem harmless.
Four key factors can make all the difference when it’s time to build a business case for secure mobile printing. The goal is usually clear: provide secure mobile printing from any device to any printer within an existing IT infrastructure - without overloading the help desk.
Mocana Enterprise and Government Customers Can Now Utilize Breezy's MAP-READY App For Secure Mobile Printing.
New Breezy for Good app now delivers secure printing for the mobile workforce on both Android and iOS devices.
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