Printing shouldn't be complex for IT to manage or time consuming for users. That's where Novell iPrint comes in. Novell iPrint is now available as a virtual appliance that offers cross-platform, self-service printing for the enterprise. Novell iPrint allows users to print from your current printers from their desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. And it integrates with your Active Directory environment to provide seamless authentication for your users.
Only Novell iPrint offers a single, scalable solution for managing all of your printing across multiple office locations from any device.
Why Novell iPrint
Filr and iPrint are now certified as Samsung KNOX apps.
This powerful combination provides enhanced security for Android devices while maintaining user-friendly, secure mobile file-sharing and mobile printing for your corporate environment.
Novell iPrint scales up easily and works across platforms so you only need one solution. Mobilize your existing fleet of printers rather than buying new and implement print monitoring to track printing costs. With user self-provisioning of network printers, helpdesk expenses are reduced via fewer calls for printer help.
Novell iPrint allows users to print wirelessly to your networked printers; directly, via simple "Open In" and "Share with" device technology, or by emailing an attachment to the iPrint server.
Users can get instant access to all your organization's printers, on any platform and from any device.
Novell iPrint can integrate with any lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) source, such as Active Directory, NetIQ® eDirectory™ and various mobile identities.
By deploying Novell and Novell ZENworks FILR Mobile Management, the General Council of Nièvre was able to integrate new functionality Whilst Existing Effectively leveraging its IT infrastructure.
Rocco Forte Hotels using Novell Filr and Novell iPrint in synchronization to achieve a secure and efficient workplace environment.
"Novell iPrint saves us several hours a day. It used to take us 20 minutes just to install a print driver, not to mention the travel time involved."
The Jefferson-Lewis-Hamilton-Herkimer-Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) offers 18 local school districts high-quality services, including career/technical education, exceptional student programs, staff and curriculum development, and other shared services.
With dual responsibilities in marketing and IT management, Kevin Salisbury is always looking for ways to save time and money. When TWIN MRO started replacing its PCs with less expensive mobile devices, he turned to Novell for a complete mobility solution that could integrate with his existing IT environment—and keep it secure.
More than 4,700 students attend Mukwonago schools, including six elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. The district includes 339 teachers and 150 staff. It covers 90 square miles, serving 10 communities near Milwaukee, WI
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