HP's latest enterprise printers feature NFC and wireless direct printing for ease of use with mobile devices. These capabilities can also be added to certain existing models.
Attacks on or using networked printers or multifunction devices are nothing new, but the growth in malware is affecting embedded systems including those used in such devices, according to Tom Moore, McAfee's vice president of embedded security.
HP has introduced a trio of cloud-connected large-format printers, including a low-price model aimed at architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) students and professionals.
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