Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore Mobile Technology

Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore Mobile Technology

There's always a balancing act going on in every smart business. Every smart business professional is asking, Should we go with the trendy or stay with the traditional? Here's the thing: with mobile printing, although it's trendy, you can't afford to stay traditional. Here's why.

The Trend That's Here to Stay: Mobile Printing

You may equate mobile phones with teenagers and selfies and Snapchat. But the fact is, smartphones have now made themselves indispensable in nearly every aspect of daily life, and business is far from excluded. Consider these facts:

  • Almost two-thirds of adults in the U.S. own a smartphone, and that number is even higher—85 percent—among young adults. That means that whether you provide smartphones or tablets in the office or not, your employees are walking around with a supercomputer in their pockets.
  • Smartphones are now used for essential activities like online banking, health information, and—get this—applying for jobs. If these powerful devices can do these things, why wouldn't they be an asset on the job?
  • 46 percent of survey respondent said they "couldn't live without" their smartphones. That's right: mobile technology is becoming an everyday essential now.

If mobile phones are here to stay, they're going to become an even bigger part of the business world. The question is, are you poised to use smartphones to your company's advantage?

Mobile printing makes it easy for employees to use the devices they already know and love.

With mobile printing, employees can work on the go with their smartphones without the frustration of trying to transfer documents to another device to print. Mobile printing makes it easy to keep the productivity high and seamlessly integrate smartphones into your company's infrastructure. Learn more by contacting Alaska Enterprise Solutions.

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