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  • Where, when and how we work has changed dramatically. The reach of business has broadened beyond the office and blurred traditional work hours. Gone are the days when professional work was confined to a traditional 9-to-5 office. This shift is being driven in large part by increasingly sophisticated mobile devices that tap into cloud services, giving us the power of communicating and computing virtually anywhere business or life takes us. The reality is that it’s often better for business and better for employees to have the productivity and flexibility that go hand in hand with a mobile workforce. Teams and vendors are dispersed globally and even locally as more companies are finding benefits of a more fluid workforce, such as telecommuting options and reduced need to provide employees a fixed workstation.
  • The numbers tell the story. We’ve reached a tipping point—business the world over is becoming more mobile. According to Forrester Research, by the end of 2012, more than one-third of the global workforce will be mobile information workers, and many will use smartphones. Smartphones are becoming increasingly integral to doing business. More than 20% of information workers spend at least 3 hours a day using smartphones for work. But as adoption of smartphones increases across the enterprise, there are concerns about security. In fact, 43% of surveyed IT executives are somewhat or very concerned with the security issues of using smartphones for business use. Source: “ Understanding Information Worker Smartphone Usage,” Forrester Research, November 20, 2009.
  • Despite these trends, one aspect of business hasn’t kept pace with the rise of mobility: printing. For business travelers and remote workers, printing while on the road or visiting the office can be a frustrating—and productivity-sapping—experience. Carrying cables, remembering USB drives and logging on to VPNs can all get in the way of the business at hand. As the enterprise workforce becomes more mobile and relies on smartphones to stay productive while on the go, a simple and secure mobile print solution that works seamlessly with your IT infrastructure will become increasingly important to the success of your business.
  • HP ePrint solves these challenges by bringing the power of printing to mobile devices. With HP ePrint, mobile professionals can print from their Internet-enabled device with just a few clicks from virtually anywhere, saving time and increasing productivity. It gives mobile and remote workers the ability to print virtually anytime and anywhere through their mobile devices, including BlackBerry smartphones. HP ePrint Enterprise enables users to: 1 Print to any of your company’s networked printers Print easily and conveniently while on the go to many public ePrint locations With HP ePrint you can print a wide range of documents, including: Microsoft ® Office Word documents, Microsoft Office Excel spreadsheets, Microsoft Office PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, image files, HTML files, Microsoft web archives, text and rich text files, and XPS documents A busy, mobile professional could easily use HP ePrint solution in all three ways in a single day: Sending presentation files, briefs or background material to another company office to print in advance of an important meeting. Printing a boarding pass at a hotel while checking out. Sending complex print and copy jobs to Fedex Office. Notes: 1. Enterprise: Requires BlackBerry Enterprise Server deployment, Internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry smartphone OS 4.5 with separately purchased wireless Internet service, HP ePrint app and HP ePrint server. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP). 2. Public ePrint locations: HP ePrint locations for printing on the go requires Internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry smartphone OS 4.5 or newer with separately purchased wireless Internet service and HP ePrint app. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP)
  • The HP ePrint Enterprise solution delivers true business mobility through a simple and convenient print experience. It enables busy professionals to print to any of your company’s offices with just a few clicks, no matter where they are. HP ePrint integrates seamlessly into your IT environment. Since it doesn’t require drivers, it supports all printers, regardless of manufacturer, and works within your existing printing infrastructure. The HP ePrint Enterprise solution is easily manageable and scales to meet the needs of your cloud network. Setup and management is simple. HP and your IT resource deploy the HP ePrint Enterprise solution within your business environment, including mapping and tagging specific printers to a business directory. With this directory, your employees can easily locate printers on a network without needing to know model names or network addresses. Your IT resource can send the application to employees’ BlackBerry smartphones through the BlackBerry Enterprise Server. Once the Print button application is installed, mobile users will have access to all registered printers. Your employees can also download the Print button application onto their BlackBerry smartphone. After that, it takes only a few clicks to print. ABOUT SECURITY WITH HP ePRINT When using the HP ePrint Enterprise solution to print to your company offices, your data never leaves your secure enterprise network. All rendering and rastering of documents is done within the enterprise, ensuring tight security. The HP ePrint Enterprise solution uses a protected BlackBerry Enterprise Server to transfer your documents from your smartphone to the HP ePrint application hosted on your secure server inside your network. And the HP ePrint Enterprise solution also works with pull-PIN solutions to enhance security by requiring user authentication. Examples/user scenarios: If your work demands spending much of your time on the road, you could use HP ePrint to send important documents to print to any of your company’s offices. Simply use your BlackBerry smartphone to send files to a relevant and trusted printer—no matter how far you are from your destination—and you’ll have your prints in time for the big meeting. A regional manager or executive from your company visiting your corporate office could take advantage of HP ePrint without having to worry about access or compatibility. With just a few clicks on a BlackBerry smartphone, she can quickly identify a printer near her temporary office, select the printer and print the document—all without logging onto a VPN. HP ePrint offers simple integration with your business. From an administrative perspective, HP ePrint is as easy to manage as it is to use. Notes: 1. Requires BlackBerry Enterprise Server deployment, Internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry smartphone OS 4.5 with separately purchased wireless Internet service, HP ePrint app and HP ePrint server. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP).
  • With over 30 million active users worldwide, BlackBerry is the ideal strategic partner for HP. HP ePrint delivers easy mobile printing for BlackBerry smartphone users. You can download the ePrint application from your web browser, and it will appear in an easy-to-find location on your mobile device. With the HP ePrint Enterprise solution, it only takes a few clicks to print. Open the e-mail with the attachment(s) that you want to print, choose the attachments, and then select the Print button to begin the simple mobile printing experience. Search for and select a printer from a directory of printers that your employees are allowed to access. You can find and choose a printer based on the descriptive qualities of the printer—even search by location. If your company uses the HP Universal Print Driver and you’re printing from a device that’s connected to that network, the directory of printers you can print to will be up-to-date with your current inventory. Along with being able to see a current list of all of your company’s networked printers, you can search for printers based on the functionality you need, such as for color or two-sided printing. When you’re away from the office, you can use the GPS capabilities of your BlackBerry smartphone to help you find and choose the most convenient, relevant and secure network printer. The search is similar to a typical search on your web browser. Once you’ve found the printer you want to print to, select your choice. Hit Print to send the e-mail and attachment to print. View a full description of the printer, review the e-mail selection and attachment, then click the Print button again to enable fast-and-easy printing. Afterward, receive confirmation that your e-mail and attachment were printed, and collect your prints at the designated printer. The HP ePrint Enterprise solution is printer agnostic and driverless, and requires simple Internet access through your mobile device. With this, you can easily locate and print materials directly from your BlackBerry smartphone without any special print drivers, cables or software.
  • HP ePrint ensures manageable, scalable and secure architecture for all your mobile printing needs. How the HP ePrint Enterprise solution works is important because your data never leaves your enterprise, unlike other solutions. HP’s ePrint Enterprise solution is more secure than any competitive solution HP is aware of. First, a mobile user initiates the print job from their e-mail application. The print job leaves the BlackBerry smartphone and travels through a secure BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) and Mobile Data System, which encrypts the data. From the BES, attached documents go to the HP ePrint application hosted on your secure server, then processed and rendered for printing. The mobile user receives an e-mail notification when the print job is completed—and an error message if it did not. HP ePrint is the best cloud printing solution for enterprises wanting to maintain data security. Unlike with other solutions, your data NEVER leaves the enterprise when printing to your company’s networked printers. It’s as secure as your company’s cloud network. Other solutions don’t deliver HP ePrint’s security or ease of use. With other solutions, printers are assigned an e-mail address only, making it difficult to find them since the don’t include search functionality. And with other solutions, the only security is an authentication code required to retrieve the print job. Documents are exposed on the Internet, leaving them open to interception or prying eyes.
  • For even greater security, HP ePrint is compatible with pull-PIN printing solutions, which send print jobs to the server instead of directly to the printer. Using pull-PIN printing, your IT administrators can also add an extra layer of security by requiring users to enter a PIN or badge at the printer, which releases the digital document from the HP ePrint server while the user waits at the printer. As a result, no printouts are left for others to pick up by accident—or never picked up at all. And no confidential information ends up in the wrong hands. HP offers a secure pull-printing solution called HP Access Control, which provides the security, cost control and ease-of-use features your business demands. HP ePrint is also compatible with third-party printing solutions offered by Ringdale and SafeCom.
  • HP ePrint now enables printing inside your network from any mobile device. Through their smartphone or other Internet-enabled device, users can send documents directly from their corporate e-mail account to networked printers that have an e-mail address. Here’s how it works: Each HP ePrint-enabled printer within the enterprise network is assigned a unique e-mail address. Users forward e-mails (with or without attachments) from any e-mail application—using their corporate e-mail address—to the printer’s e-mail address. The e-mail travels to your corporate e-mail server (not the BlackBerry Enterprise Server) and to your company’s HP ePrint server. The e-mail and/or attachments print, and the user receives an e-mail notification that it printed successfully. This feature does not have a search function, but IT can push printer e-mail addresses to employees using a virtual card or other means. The level of security with e-mail forwarding depends on the corporate e-mail application.
  • The HP ePrint Enterprise solution is offered through HP Managed Print Services as a technology solution from Document and Workflow Services. This feature—which enables easy, secure mobile printing virtually anytime, anywhere—is offered as a contractual service available to enterprise businesses. With a contract for the solution, you will get a pre-sales qualification assessment, access to the HP ePrint application through your secure server, and up to 5,000 HP ePrint Enterprise User Client-based licenses. You’ll also get easy installation and configuration, plus IT admin training, documentation and quick-start guides. Finally, the solution includes directory setup with dedicated phone support, software updates and maintenance. The HP ePrint Enterprise solution is available for non-HP products as well. There will be a small fee for each non-HP product that you print to using the HP ePrint Enterprise solution. HP Managed Print Services is a total printing solution enabling you to manage your print environment with the latest HP printer technology, supplies, support and maintenance services. You can customize your solution by choosing from a scalable menu of standard and custom service options that meet your specific business needs.
  • HP ePrint locations allow you to print from your BlackBerry smartphone to HP ePrint-enabled hotspots—print and copy retail stores as well as hotels, airport lounges and more—giving you easy access to the printed documents you need on the go. HP is working with FedEx Office, Hilton, Air Canada and others to provide HP ePrint service Hotspots will soon be available at: 1,800 FedEx stores 1,300 Hilton hotels Air Canada VIP airport lounges Easy access to print locations ensures road warriors can have the most current documents to review and share. It also makes transition time—at the airport, in a cab, on the plane—more productive while traveling. Users can print from their personal accounts, such as Google mail, only to public print locations and HP ePrint web-connected e-all-in-ones. Examples/user scenarios: If you’re like most business travelers, you like to print your boarding pass before arriving at the airport to avoid long waits at kiosks or check-in counters. With HP ePrint, you can use your BlackBerry smartphone to print it at your hotel. Select the e-mail with the PDF of your boarding pass, then send it to a printer at the hotel business center printer. SECURITY for PUBLIC PRINT LOCATIONS IT administrators maintain control over each user’s ability to print from corporate e-mail accounts on the go to public locations or to home. Each public print location requires an authentication code before users can release the print job from the HP ePrint server and receive their prints. HP ePrint is designed to take the work out of printing on the go. Other solutions require that the user know e-mail addresses of printers in public locations. With HP ePrint, users can search a directory of available print locations using GPS functionality and then print quickly and easily. Notes: 1. HP ePrint locations for printing on the go requires Internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry smartphone OS 4.5 or newer with separately purchased wireless Internet service and HP ePrint app. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP).
  • Let’s walk through the experience of printing on the go. EXECUTIVE ON THE GO One of your company executives is traveling when she receives word of a startling trend showing up in the new sales forecast. From the back seat of a taxi, she decides to print the lengthy, graphic-intensive document to study on her way to her next meeting. BlackBerry in hand, she first selects the e-mail with the attachment and hits the Print button. She selects Public print option and the BlackBerry’s GPS searches for printers nearest her. She selects a location from the list and receives notice that the printing was successful, along with the code she will need to retrieve the print job. The location’s address appears with options to call or display a map. She selects the map option and finds the bookstore one block away. Within minutes, the executive has the sales forecast hard copy she needs to review in greater detail and make quick decisions.
  • With HP ePrint, mobile professionals can send documents from their BlackBerry directly to their HP ePrint-enabled home printer, closing the gap between the corporate and home office. HP’s new line of e-Print enabled printers for home and business can be assigned a simple and unique e-mail address that allows users to deliver a print the same way they would send an e-mail message. With just a few clicks, mobile professionals can have documents waiting for them to review at their home office printer, saving time and increasing convenience. They can also keep in touch with family and friends while on the road by sending photos or other personal documents directly to home printers. Users can print from their personal accounts, such as Google mail, only to public print locations and HP ePrint web-connected e-all-in-ones. Security of home office printers is maintained through whitelists—a register of entities that are allowed permissions to print—and spam filters. Notes: 1. Home office users require an Internet connection to select web-connected HP printers. Feature works with any Internet- and e-mail-capable device. This new technology is cloud-based, not wireless, and works only with select new web-connected HP printers. HP ePrint was first included in the web-connected HP Photosmart e-all-in-one in spring 2010. Beginning fall 2010, many HP printers at $99 MSRP and above will include this feature. Details at www.hp.com/go/ePrintCenter. Other notes: HP ePrint-enabled e-all-in-ones will be the first printers to talk with the Google Cloud without a local proxy PC or web appliance, which means people will be able to access Google Docs, Photos and Calendar directly from their printers. A selection of new print apps from partners such as Yahoo!, msnbc.com, Facebook ® , Live Nation, Crayola, Reuters, DocStoc and Picasa Web Albums will also be available.
  • Now HP ePrint Enterprise can be integrated with HP Universal Print Driver, delivering a much more focused search experience. The HP Universal Print Driver is the single driver that gives users instant access to a range of HP print devices--in the office or on the road--without downloading separate drivers. The HP Universal Print Driver enables advanced functions on all the printers it supports--from two-sided printing and stapling to Private (PIN) Printing and color themes--so users are not held up or held back by a lack of advanced print features. Users can find printers based on their specific needs, such as color or double-sided printing, and location. Integration with UPD also assures that the directory of printers available to HP ePrint Enterprise users is always up-to-date.

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  • 1. Name Title, Company Date HP ePrint Enterprise mobile printing solution Printing wherever business happens
  • 2. When, where and how we work has shifted Now Then
    • 9:00–5:00
    • Desktop, land line
    Traditional office
    • Flexible hours
    • Home desktop, laptop and land line
    Telework
    • Anytime, anywhere via Wi-Fi or VPN
    • Smartphone, laptop
    Mobile
    • Always connected
    Ultra-mobile
  • 3. Mobility is transforming business 1, 2, 3: “Understanding Information Worker Smartphone Usage,” Forrester Research, November 20, 2009.
    • By year-end 2012, 34% of the global workforce will be mobile information workers. 1
    • More than 20% of information workers spend at least 3 hours per day using smartphone devices for work. 2
    • 43% of surveyed IT executives are somewhat or very concerned with the security issues of using smartphones for business use. 3
    34% >20% 43%
  • 4. Printing has been the missing link You need a service that:
    • Makes it easy to print from any mobile device to any location
    • Delivers a simple, intuitive experience
    • Enhances workflow
    • Works with your existing IT infrastructure
  • 5. HP ePrint Enterprise makes printing as mobile as you are Enterprise Print from your BlackBerry smartphone to any of your company’s networked printers. Enterprise Print from any Internet-enabled device from your corporate e-mail account to network printers assigned an e-mail address. Public HP ePrint locations Print from your BlackBerry smartphone while on the go, wherever business takes you.
  • 6. HP ePrint Enterprise Optimized for true business mobility
    • Easy to use—print to any of your company’s offices with just a few clicks 1
    • Printer-agnostic solution integrates seamlessly with your infrastructure, including HP and non-HP printers
    • Keeps documents secure— all rendering is done within the enterprise
    • No printer drivers needed
    • Scales to meet your network’s growing needs
      • 1. Requires BlackBerry Enterprise Server deployment, Internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry smartphone OS 4.5 with separately purchased wireless Internet service, HP ePrint app and HP ePrint server. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP).
    Print securely to your enterprise printers from a BlackBerry smartphone with HP ePrint Enterprise
  • 7.
    • Just a few clicks to print
      • 1. Select e-mail/attachment to print.
      • 2. Search for and select a printer.
      • 3. Hit Print and receive confirmation.
    • New! More powerful and intuitive search experience
    • New! Print directly from Photo, SMS, Memo, and Documents To Go apps
    • New! Compatible with pull printing solutions like HP Access Control, Ringdale and SafeCom
    Simple print experience with BlackBerry smartphones 03/25/11
  • 8. Enterprise level security with HP ePrint Enterprise Hit Print. Your e-mail travels to your secure BlackBerry Enterprise Server. Your e-mail moves to an HP ePrint Enterprise server. E-mail data encryption and pull-printing options add extra layers of protection. Your document is processed and printed. You receive a confirmation message and pick up your print job, entering an authorization code at the device if required. BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server) + E-mail Server Printer HP ePrint Enterprise server Your data never leaves the enterprise
  • 9. New! Enhanced security with pull printing integration
    • Still just a few clicks:
      • 1. Select e-mail/attachment to print.
      • 2. Search for and send to secure print server.
      • 3. Hit Print.
    • Holds print jobs at the server until users enter PIN or badge at a printer
    • Compatible with pull-printing solutions like HP Access Control, Ringdale and SafeCom
    03/25/11
  • 10. Content Notification Your e-mail travels to your corporate e-mail server and HP ePrint server. New! Print from any mobile device with new e-mail-to-print capability
    • If you can e-mail it, you can print it on the go
    • User sends print job from corporate e-mail account to network printer with assigned e-mail address
    • No search functionality
    • Mobile device and printer agnostic
    From: [email_address] To: [email_address] To print, send or forward e-mail and attachments from any mobile device . From: [email_address] To: [email_address] Your message was printed successfully! Print [email_address]
  • 11. HP ePrint Enterprise solution offered through HP Managed Print Services HP ePrint Enterprise solution HP Managed Print Services helps you achieve business goals. With the HP ePrint Enterprise solution, you get:
    • HP ePrint Enterprise software
    • Services including installation, configuration and setup of an intuitive directory of printers
    • Dedicated support, updates and maintenance
    Document and Workflow Services
  • 12. HP ePrint public printing locations Stay productive wherever and whenever work takes you
    • Search thousands of public ePrint locations 1
    • Print with just a few clicks
    • New! Use BlackBerry GPS to navigate to location
    • Maintain document security by entering retrieval code on-site
      • HP ePrint locations for printing on the go requires Internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry smartphone OS 4.5 or newer with separately purchased wireless Internet service and HP ePrint app. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP).  
      • Must have GPS on your BlackBerry smartphone
    Print to hotel, airport lounge and retail print locations from a BlackBerry smartphone with HP ePrint mobile app.
  • 13. HP ePrint public printing Seamless search and print on the go
    • Just a few clicks to print:
      • 1. Select e-mail/attachment to print.
      • 2. Search directory for public print locations.
      • 3. Select location based on proximity.
      • 4. Hit Print and receive confirmation.
      • 5. Use GPS to navigate to site.
    • Download the HP ePrint app from your BlackBerry smartphone at BlackBerry AppWorld
  • 14.  
  • 15.
    • Register a new web-connected printer at HP ePrintCenter to receive an e-mail address. 1
    • Send print jobs to the printer by sending an e-mail.
    • Security is maintained through “whitelists” and spam filters.
    • Works on many new web-connected HP printers. 1
    HP web-connected HP printers for home and SMB
      • 1. Home office users require an Internet connection to select web-connected HP printers. Feature works with any Internet- and e-mail-capable device. This new technology is cloud-based, not wireless, and works only with select new web-connected HP printers. HP ePrint was first included in the web-connected HP Photosmart e-all-in-one in spring 2010. Beginning fall 2010, many HP printers at $99 MSRP and above will include this feature. Details at www.hp.com/go/ePrintCenter .
    If you can e-mail it, you can print it on the go to many new web-connected HP printers.
  • 16.
    • Delivers enriched search experience for Windows users
    • Finds printers to meet specific needs, such as color or double-sided printing
    • Complements location-based search functionality
    • Ensures directory of available printers is always current
    New! HP ePrint Enterprise now integrated with HP Universal Print Driver