PaperCut Blog

BYOD: What the educators say

The high cost of maintaining laptops and tablets has been a key driver for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) adoption in schools. This was certainly evident at the ISTE conference and exhibition in the US earlier this month where educators from all over the globe converged to see the latest technology for schools. From day […]

Diary of a Trade Show – ITEX March 2015

  Just back in the Portland office from a whirlwind week at ITEX 2015 in Fort Lauderdale, my first trade show for PaperCut. I’m used to communicating with our partners and potential customers, responding to sales questions is a big part of my day, we have a lot of moving parts. So how different can […]

New US Office – Open for Business

Hi, my name is Rick. I am a “new” employee at PaperCut Services North America, the PaperCut service company serving the time zones from GMT-5(NY) to GMT-8(CA) from 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday – Friday. (Wow, that’s a mouthful.) Truth is, I’ve actually been working with PaperCut for over 7 years now, but we recently formed […]

My Trip to Melbourne

I spent the last week working from our main office in Melbourne. I live in Portland, Oregon and this is my second trip to Australia to work with the team here. The trip had been planned for months, and I’ll have to admit that I wasn’t really looking forward to the 13 hour flight or […]

Measure twice, cut once

Measure twice, cut once – That is an adage that is familiar to many IT professionals that are responsible for deploying software that affects network infrastructure and user policies. Thorough testing of an application prior to deployment can be a crucial factor in the overall success of a project. In some cases license restrictions can […]

Five secret power features

One of my roles at PaperCut is providing technical support by working directly with you to find the specific features required to resolve your print management problems. As each individual site deploys PaperCut to address their unique issues, I receive suggestions for new product features and enhancements. Many of the ideas that are sent to […]

Try it, you’ll like it.

In the world of software systems, blind faith is often consider the province of the naïve and inexperienced. The high potential for surprises in software deployments has given rise to the following axiom. If you use a piece of hardware long enough, eventually it will break. If you use a piece of software long enough, […]

Calculate your PaperCut ROI

PaperCut software is proud to announce the availability of our Return on Investment (ROI) calculator. This is not a new product, it is a free tool that you can use to estimate how long it will take to recover the cost of your PaperCut purchase through savings of printing consumables. It also calculates your current […]

Green is Out

I’ll have to admit I’m a bit of a pop culture junkie. Each December I like to watch some of the year in retrospective television shows that go through the highs, lows and woes of the previous year. As I watched the 2008 wrap-up of the most over-used words in use in the United States […]