Managed Print: Looking Into the future of printing

Integrated mobile devices and enterprise class inkjets will be features of the evolving print management space, says Ian Campbell.

31st August, 2013
Gary Tierney, country manager, HP: 'We have a raft of new products that look and feel like lasers but deliver a whole new economic model using ink.' Photo: Susan Jefferies

Print and scanning continues be a hot area for innovation with big-name manufacturers trying to second-guess trends and business demand. Mobility has been one area of growth with employees as keen as ever on having the option to print out documents regardless of device and location. Wireless printing solutions abound, but some manufacturers are looking for more synergy between the mobile device and output hardware.

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