HP Inc. announced new print services and solutions with HP Wolf Security. As part of these enhancements, HP introduced a new Flexworker offering that delivers a fully automated enterprise MPS service. HP also introduced Internet Printing through HP Advance and HP Secure Print compatibility for Universal Print enabling companies to allow workers to print whether they’re in the office or at home.
“The existing business transformation trends around cloud, as-a-service, mobility and security have seen significant acceleration due to the evolving work requirements over the past year,” said George Brasher, general manager and global head, Print Services and Solutions, HP Inc. “In this hybrid world, where workers are distributed and the risk of cyberattacks has skyrocketed, we see businesses needing scalable and flexible printing solutions that are both secure and manageable.”
HP’s new Flexworker offering, which is part of HP Wolf Enterprise Security Services, is a scalable cloud- based print service for hybrid workforces.
Flexworker gives enterprises visibility of up to 15 security settings on devices and leverages HP Security Manager to continuously monitor and automatically remediate if a device falls out of compliance with corporate policies.
HP is also expanding Flexworker to include select LaserJet Enterprise 400 series models – the HP LaserJet Managed MFP E42540f and HP LaserJet Managed E40040dn. The LaserJet Enterprise 400 is HP’s smallest enterprise-class printer series providing remote management.
HP is introducing Internet Printing through HP Advance, an integrated platform for capture, print and output management. Internet Printing will enable organizations to offer employees the ability to print from either the office or at home. HP’s new Internet Printing offering features the latest encryption and authentication technologies, including OAuth 2.0 with OpenID connect for Azure AD.
HP also announced HP Secure Print compatibility with Universal Print.
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