Novell gets on the BYOD Train, Unhooking iPrint from OSE

Novell gets on the BYOD Train, Unhooking iPrint from OSE

iPrint runs in a VMware virtual machine (Hyper-V and Citrix Xen support coming soon) and offers support for many mobile device types. 

Here's a name you don't hear too often these days: Novell

Once part of Open Enterprise Server (OSE), Novell recently unveiled iPrint as a standalone solution to allow employees to print remotely to company printers without much effort. Despite the similarity to Apple naming schemes (the usage of the 'i'), Novell's iPrint solution provides a way for workers to simply send an email or connect to a known printer in a web browser and allow iPrint to do the rest.

iPrint runs in a VMware virtual machine (Hyper-V and Citrix Xen support coming soon) and offers support for the following devices and technologies:

  • iOS
  • Android
  • Linux
  • BlackBerry
  • Windows Phone
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • LDAP (including Microsoft Active Directory)

Read more here:  Novell iPrint

 

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