Frequently, when a prospective buyer contacts Breezy about adding a secure mobile printing solution to their BYOD or EMM solution, we ask them to describe the primary problem that they need to solve. Over time, three primary reasons have emerged.Read More
Secure mobile printing leader Breezy today announced that it has joined OpeanPeak’s SECTOR Network. The addition of the leading Android & iOS secure mobile print app allows global service provider EMM solutions to print without sacrificing security.Read More
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
Everyone in IT knows about BYOD – bring your own (mobile) device. But does your company have a policy and procedure in place to deal with BYOA? Employee use of third-party cloud application services and consumer applications in the workplace is one of the biggest challenges facing IT right now.
According to a recent report from Gartner, this is trend represents such a challenge because more than 75% of mobile apps fail basic security tests. Employees download from app stores and use mobile apps that can access enterprise assets or perform business functions, and many of these apps have little or no security assurances. Well-meaning employees can easily expose themselves to cyberattacks and violations of enterprise security policies.Read More
Writing in CITE, the magazine dedicated to the consumerization of IT, technology journalist Ryan Faas summed up the frustration of many IT executives by saying, “With the rise of different mobile platforms and content ecosystems, the technology world is becoming increasingly fragmented.”
It’s true of course. How many operating systems connect to your corporate network every day? Windows (in pre- and post-Windows 8 versions), OS X, Linux, Chrome OS, all the various versions of Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Amazon’s Kindle and Fire products, and BlackBerry are among the possibilities that more and more companies have to accommodate – and secure.Read More
As schools around the country kick off the 2014-2015 school year, the headlines seem tell a story of one school district after another abandoning highly touted programs to put laptop or tablets into the hands of every student. Here are just a few recent articles that seem to mark these programs as failures:Read More
Ever since mobile devices made their way into the workplace, there’s been something of a battle between mobile and paper. Large and small businesses alike have been struggling with the question of how to integrate cloud, mobile and digital workflows into their day-to-day operations.
So Canon USA hired the Harris Poll to examine trends in document management workflow, and their impact on the day-to-day operations of businesses around the U.S. Not surprisingly, there were gaps in how different people within companies view the issue.Read More
Four years ago, in June 2010, Forrester Analyst Michele Pelino wrote a blog post that summarized the top questions that Forrester clients asked about mobile devices and mobile applications. Pelino wrote that in the previous 12 months, 700 of the 22,000 inquiries that Forrester analysts fielded from clients were related to enterprise mobility issues, a jump from 360 in 2007.Read More
Talk to any IT manager, and they’ll say that they have a good handle on what their employees are printing, as well as the costs involved with managing their printer fleets.But a report from Print Manager Insider contains some surprises.
For instance, at banks and financial services companies, Internet printing – that is printing web pages – accounts for almost 60% of the total volume, most of it from Internet Explorer.Web printing, the report says, exceeds Excel printing by 400%.Read More
Breezy, the mobile printing leader, announced today that it has joined the MaaS360 WorkPlace Partner Program. Breezy is now available in the MaaS360 Market, and will leverage the MaaS360 WorkPlace SDK to enable enterprise-grade security controls for protection of corporate data.Read More