Get to know the cloud print services' landscape
Quocirca’s Cloud Print Services 2021 report captures the views on cloud print management of over 200 IT decision makers from around the world.
- The importance of zero-trust security in enabling a remote workforce
- The role edge computing plays in supporting printing for internet-connected devices and printers
- Insights into when organizations expect to embrace print management in the cloud.
Like whitepapers? You'll love these:$open('https://cdn.papercut.com/docs/security/PaperCut-Security-Whitepaper-2018-03-16.pdf'))" title="" class="button--anchor margin--top--s">PaperCut security whitepaper
$open('https://cdn.papercut.com/web/blog/whitepaper/PaperCut-High-Availability-whitepaper.pdf'))" title="" class="button--anchor margin--top--s">PaperCut high availability whitepaper
Here at PaperCut, we love technology. So we get very excited and geeky whenever talking about the Edge Mesh, the backbone of our cloud-native products, PaperCut Hive and PaperCut Pocket.
But for many of you out there, you just want to know how the software works.
So I want to pop the hood on PaperCut Hive and PaperCut Pocket and explain what the Edge Mesh actually does.A print path for the future
Fresh from the launch of PaperCut Hive, Print IT Reseller Editor Michelle Ryder caught up with Chris Dance, CEO and Co-founder of PaperCut, to discuss print consolidation, cloud print and hybrid working.
This interview first appeared in issue 83 of Print IT Reseller.Why Quocirca’s new report is great news for PaperCut Hive
There’s a fancy new report out from our friends at Quocirca called ‘Cloud Print Services 2021’.
The report, compiled from interviews with more than 200 organizations in the UK, USA, Germany, and France, identifies features within PaperCut Hive as key pillars of the future of print management in the cloud.