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Mobile Print & Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Mobile, driverless, and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) print are all significant trends in organizations that have emerged in recent years.

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) refers to the approach of organizations to allow the use of personal devices within their infrastructure and network. Such devices are unmanaged, and administrators need to implement driverless, platform-independent, and accessible printing methods to fully support BYOD scenarios.

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Why Implement BYOD and Mobile Print?

BYOD print refers to the practice of allowing employees to print from personal devices in the workplace.

(tick) Employee Satisfaction

These solutions allow employees to use their preferred devices for work-related tasks, including printing. Allowing personal devices for printing can enhance employee satisfaction and contribute to a positive work environment.

(tick) Flexibility, Productivity, Convenience

Facilitates flexibility and productivity by enabling employees to print from their own devices, which they are already familiar with and comfortable using. That eliminates the need for transferring files or adapting to unfamiliar devices, thus streamlining workflows.

(tick) Cost Savings

Can help organizations reduce costs by leveraging employees' personal devices for printing needs. It reduces the need for additional investment in printing hardware and allows organizations to optimize resource utilization. 

Who Benefits from BYOD and Mobile Print?


Office Environments

  • Employees in your organization who move between multiple branches and offices where they need accessible printing.

  • Employees or external visitors (guests) who need to print in your environments from their own devices they bring with them.


School Environments

  • Students and teachers in schools and universities who use personal devices in contrast to school-managed laptops.

  • Students and teachers moving between different campus buildings such as study rooms, libraries, and dorms.

  • Guest users and visitors on the school’s premises.


Public Areas

  • Visitors in public areas where anyone connected to a local network should be able to print at dedicated print stations:

    • Hotels and accommodation

    • Airports

    • Libraries

    • Or any organization or public area that wants to offer printing as a service or benefit.

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