HP Offers First Look at webOS App for HP ePrint Enterprise
Attendees of Mobile World Congress will get a “first look” demonstration of the HP webOS application for HP ePrint Enterprise and HP ePrint Mobile Print Location solutions.
The HP webOS user interface with new printing capabilities makes it easy to print emails, presentations, reports and travel documents to any networked enterprise printer or thousands of HP ePrint Mobile Print locations.(1) These locations include print and copy retail stores, as well as hotels and airport lounges.
Mobile World Congress attendees can see the combination of the HP webOS platform and HP ePrint Enterprise, which offers users easy and secure printing from their HP webOS smartphone devices.
Feb. 14-17 at Mobile World Congress. Discover how HP ePrint works with HP webOS to help individuals and enterprises stay mobile and productive by printing where business happens.
HP booth – Hall 7, 7C37
Make printing as mobile as you are
When, where and how work is conducted is changing. The shift is being driven in large part by increasingly sophisticated mobile devices that tap into cloud services, giving people the power of communication and computing where business can happen.
Only HP can enable a printing ecosystem for enterprise customers to print in the office, on the go and at home.
(1) BlackBerry and HP webOS platforms require HP ePrint Enterprise server software. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP). HP ePrint mobile app for printing at public print locations requires internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry smartphone OS 4.5 or newer, or HP webOS devices running webOS 1.45 or 2.0, wireless internet service and HP ePrint app. HP ePrint mobile app for webOS available late spring 2011.
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