There aren’t many companies where you can prank the CEO and CTO, but we managed to do it when we moved office! With a team growing at a pace faster than our agile development, we moved HQ once again, only two years after the last growth spurt. In keeping with PaperCut’s ‘qwirky’ fun culture, we […]
If you worked in an office or school during the nineties, the whirring of a dot matrix printer will be as familiar as a fax machine transmission or dial up modem tone. While some delivery environments still use this impact technology for two part forms and multipart waybills, the old dot matrix brings us back […]
Writing great software is one of our many passions at PaperCut. We also manage to have a little bit of fun, that seems to center around beer and coffee (and not necessarily in that order)! Tying in with International Beer Day, our cross continent team reflects on our brews of both kinds. Firstly, Vanessa White our support […]
Each year at PaperCut we celebrate one special day with a little more enthusiasm than others: Sysadmin Day! This year, on the 25th of July we recognize all the guys and girls out there for their tireless, never-ending, behind-the-scenes work in countless organizations around the world.
We have announced the winners of the Edugeek competition; a competition to come up with the most creative use of PaperCut’s print scripting. I have not seen a more comprehensive winner since the All Blacks won the 2011 Rugby World Cup. Much like the final, there were only two major players; one of them had to win. Jack […]
It’s been less than two years since we released scripting as a PaperCut feature, and since then it has proven to be one of our geekiest and most powerful features. We here at PaperCut Software have seen some very clever print scripts used by system administrators, some of which have hit our funny bone. One […]
Warning to regular readers – this post is “Geek Factor 10” At PaperCut we use continuous integration to monitor the quality of our codebase. It doesn’t happen often, but occasionally someone makes a mistake and the build gets broken. It’s important this is detected and rectified early so other members of the dev team are […]
Printing is a gigantic industry, employing about 1 million people in the USA. Compare that with the approximately 800,000 working in the automobile industry. How did it grow to become so huge?
Let’s take a look at the past 25 years of digital printing to see how it grew, and look for clues as to what’s to come in the industry.