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ThinPrint Launches the First Managed and Secure Mobile Printing Solution for Businesses

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Print management expert, ThinPrint, today announced the availability of its new product ThinPrint Mobile Print. The new software enables companies to integrate iOS and Android devices into their existing print infrastructure so that employees can easily access and use all current network printers. User authorizations are automatically inherited from the Microsoft Active Directory or from the print server and can be additionally extended or restricted as required for mobile users. ThinPrint's close cooperation with the leading mobile device management (MDM) providers ensures seamless interaction for companies with enterprise mobility management (EMM) systems in use. The included secure pull-printing feature, which allows users to authenticate themselves directly at the printer, rounds off the solution perfectly.

Many companies use an MDM or EMM system to securely manage their mobile devices and distribute apps. However, if employees want to print with their iPads, iPhones or Android devices, they quickly reach the limits of mobile productivity. The new ThinPrint Mobile Print software is the solution. It can be integrated into EMM or MDM systems to enable secure mobile printing with iOS and Android devices. Employees can print from iOS and Android apps on their tablets and smartphones to any existing network printer in the enterprise, regardless of which printer models from which manufacturer are in use. The existing user rights are inherited from the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) or from the print servers but can be modified if required.

5 Reasons You Still Need a Printer

With the ongoing and extensive advancement in technology, the mobile and wireless products continue to improve, and many people feel that a printer is a "dinosaur" and is no longer needed. However, with the ability to print detailed graphics, documents, photos, spreadsheets, and more, and the improvements to wireless and cloud printing, there are a variety of excellent reasons why you should still have a printer in your home, office, or business. 

Here are some examples: 

1. Mobile Devices 

Mobile phones and other devices are a significant part of most people's everyday lives nowadays, whether for business or personal reasons. Therefore, manufacturers of wireless inkjet printers are making printers that are compatible with mobile devices so that you can print directly from them by connecting via Bluetooth or wirelessly. You can then print directly from the handheld device.