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Xerox launches update for Mobile Print Cloud

Xerox Mobile Print Cloud 2.0. allows users to print to a device on or off premises

Xerox launches update for Mobile Print Cloud
The new version allows mobile workers to print from any email-enabled mobile device by selecting enabled public and/or private print device to which they have access.

Xerox has announced a new version of Xerox mobile print cloud solution, Xerox Mobile Print Cloud 2.0.

The new version allows mobile workers to print from any email-enabled mobile device by selecting enabled public and/or private print devices to which they have access, choosing available print options and then preparing the document for printing to the selected device. Print jobs can be sent whether the mobile worker is physically located within an organisation's network infrastructure or outside of it.

Xerox said: "The solution more readily connects a mobile workforce to new productive ways of printing, making it easy and convenient to print from an email-enabled mobile device without needing drivers and cables. There are also apps with additional convenience features developed for iOS, Android and Blackberry. It does not work with Windows. Other highlights include: support of Microsoft Office files, making it convenient for business needs; and new Internet printing protocol service to enable enhanced AirPrint workflow."

Users can print to a device that is on or off the premises, as long as the Mobile Print Cloud solution is enabled.

License packs for 900, 3,600 or 9,000 print jobs or new device packs for five, ten, 25, 50, 100 or 250 devices are now available.

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