Canon Releases New uniFLOW Mobile Printer Ink System
Canon has released its uniFLOW version 5.1 single platform system designed to manage print and scanning processes that support mobile devices.
The printer ink firm's latest technology means it will make it easier for people to produce documents on its multifunctional devices, from smartphones to tablets.
According to Canon, the product can make the corporate print platform in organisations more efficient, cost effective and secure for remote technology users.
Nikki Paine, uniFLOW marketing manager at Canon, said: "Recent research found that over half of workers using smartphones can't print from their device, but want to.
"With uniFLOW v5.1, organisations can offer their staff flexible ways of working, including mobile printing."
Canon recently launched two new laser printer ink devices with its i-SENSYS LBP7680Cx and LBP7660Cdn products which take the Canon 718 toner cartridges.
The company noted that this latest series of machines have been built on an architecture consistent with the firm's imageRUNNER ADVANCE platform to improve managed print documents in enterprises.
Posted by Barry Ashmore