PaperCut is used in over 100 countries. As a result, we get to speak to System Administrators from all over the world, in all sorts of different organisations. Every site is unique, and it seems like everyone has great IT/Computer/Software stories (war stories) to tell. This post is the first in what we hope will be a series of interesting customer interviews.
Our first interview is with Chris Hill, from Colchester Royal Grammar School in the UK! Chris uses PaperCut in his school to control student and staff printing.
Chris, using his favorite print management solution
PaperCut: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
My name is Chris Hill and I’ve been ICT Technician/Senior ICT Technician/Systems Manager at Colchester Royal Grammar School since the end of 2001 – although since it is my old school technically I have been ‘attending’ for much longer than that, since September 1994!
My job in the school is to keep the computer network and other related devices up-and-running and up-to-date – we have about 490 computers in the school at the moment, ranging from suites of PCs in classrooms to teacher’s desktops, teacher’s laptops, and also PCs for admin and senior leadership staff. I have two guys who work with me, Dave Ratcliffe and John-Kenneth Habbershaw, and it’s our job to make sure everything stays running, and to develop the system and generally troubleshoot ‘anything that has a plug on it’! 🙂
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