BlackBerry users can now book a service enabling transfer of their emails and attachments to a laptop monitor or to a Bluetooth printer.
ThinPrint, a member of the BlackBerry ISV Alliance programme and an expert on Mobile Enterprise Computing, now offers its Mobile Document Output System Content Beamer for BlackBerry as a hosted solution. BlackBerry users can print their emails and attachments through Bluetooth or can transfer to a laptop monitor with Print-to-Screen. This service costs 7.98 Euros a month. Furthermore, it's also possible to send documents to fax machines or to compose and send faxes whilst on the go. Those interested can test this service for 10 days no charge.
The functions are accessible within a few minutes. The requirements are simply a registration and a download of the client software. After setting up the software on the BlackBerry handset, the BlackBerry applications, news, adress book, calendar, tasks and notes will automatically show a new print menu option, which enables sending content to printers or laptop monitors. This solution is available in connection with the BlackBerry Internet Service as well as the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Individual BlackBerry users also have the chance to upgrade their office functions for their BlackBerry smartphone with Cortado, says Dirk Lwenberg, Business Director of Cortado Services. For firms with a larger number of BlackBerry users and a BlackBerry Enterprise Server we offer the Content Beamer for BlackBerry, Corporate Version."
About ThinPrint GmbH
ThinPrint is specialist for mobile enterprise solutions and for printing in distributed network environments. The solutions created by the software developer with headquarters in Germany and branches in the USA and Australia are deployed successfully worldwide by businesses of all sizes in a variety of industries. More than 500 major distributors and resellers in over 80 countries sell products made by ThinPrint GmbH. Thanks to numerous partnerships, client components using patent-pending .print technology have been integrated into the terminals, printboxes, PDAs and mobile phones of several leading hardware producers. A special role is played here by strategic partnerships with BlackBerry (RIM), Bluetooth SIG, Citrix Systems, Inc., Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Lexmark International, Inc., Microsoft, Nokia, Orange, Palm, Inc., Sun Microsystems Inc., Symbian Ltd., VMware, Inc. and XPS Software GmbH.