OK - I'm convinced....
... but I'm not the end-user - and they are all cretinous morons.
7 years ago I was fitting out a building for 500 people over 3 floors. The design was such that no-one was more than 10 metres from a printer - 4 printers per floor. Printers had secure printing by default. Cartoon picture training provided etc.
Users moaned about having to "walk miles" and remember a "huge code" (4 digits) endlessly. IT dept stood firm, no more printers so they went and got their own insecure expensive-per-page local printers and bitched about the centrally provided printing ad infinitum. Then started whining about the local printers dying because they bought printers with low duty cycles rather than the 30ppm beasts we fitted.
How about eliminating some of the security risks inherent - .303 between the eyes of the users incapable of using the technology.