Mobile devices are essential to the modern work environment, and it’s important that you have all the necessary capabilities at your disposal while on the go. We can ensure that your mobile devices are loaded with all the latest print, scan and file transferring capabilities.
From wirelessly printing files or web pages, and then sharing documents with across social networking sites, to receiving scans from your MFP, you can enjoy a faster and easier way of working.
- Print Exactly what you need
- Scan through your mobile device for fast, convenient and integrated scanning on the go.
- Data sharing – Share content easily
HP Mobile Printing
The freedom to print wherever you go
When you need to print “On the Go”, HP offers Mobile Printing solutions to easily print to any HP ePrint-enabled printer or to thousands of HP ePrint Public Print Locations worldwide via the cloud – no matter where you are.
Canon PRINT Business
Canon PRINT Business is an application that enables you to print photographs and documents, read scanned data, upload to cloud storage services, etc. on a Canon laser multi-function device or laser printer from an iPhone or iPad.
- Print scanned data, images, documents, camera roll photos, and web pages.
- Read scanned data from a multi-function device.
- Image capture with a camera.
- Extract characters from data and create text-searchable PDF files by connecting with Readiris for iPad (iPad only).
- Work with files in local or cloud storage.
- Automatically detect multi-function devices and/or printers on a network, or manually search for them by specifying an IP address or DNS.
- Search multi-function devices and/or printers and initiate a direct connection via Bluetooth.
- Touch the mobile terminal to log in to the multi-function device and/or printer (Bluetooth installed machine).
- Register multi-function devices and/or printers with a QR code.
- Use the address book of a mobile terminal in place of the address book registered in a multi-function device.
No matter the size of a company, there’s always a concern about document and network security. Sensitive documents can be tightly regulated by laws governing who can send what where and how. Large enterprises with firewalls in place and policies not in favour of the cloud may require increased controls to adhere to regulations. And these documents simply can’t be left at the printer until someone can pick it up.