PaperCut Blog

Expectation vs reality: how does PaperCut build stuff?

We’ve been engineering print management solutions for 20 years and counting.

Both our founders still work at the company. That startup energy is part of our lifeblood as a business.

What’s so special about the way we build stuff? I spoke to a handful of folks much brainier than I to find out the answer.

REPORT: The print security landscape

If you want to stay ahead of the game and be your workplace’s “security guru”, I heartily recommend taking a look at the newly published report from Quocirca “The Print Security Landscape, 2020”.

The report looks at the world’s print security landscape (ok, that seems obvious), based on interviews with over 500 IT professionals from around the planet.

How many trees has PaperCut saved?

PaperCut offers more than print management. We’re in the business of saving trees. We’ve been at it for 22 years now.

To date, over 112 million users in 186 countries are reducing their paper wastage with our software. Business is good.

How many trees have we actually saved? We happen to have data. Sort of… There’s quite a caveat on that front.

School district subtracts 2/3 of its printers by adding PaperCut MF

The Lubbock Independent School District’s 27,000 students and 3,500 staff do a lot of printing! And that printing was done on thousands of printers.

Something had to be done to manage the printers (and everything about them), and to find a replacement for the soon-to-be deprecated Google Cloud Print they were using.

Here’s what they did.

PaperCut made the Internal Talent Awards finalists!

We were selected as a finalist in the Internal Talent Awards 2020 for Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion (DNI).

Even cooler news, our very own Laura Paton, Talent Manager & People Operations Lead from our People Experience team, was named as a finalist for Talent Leader of the Year.

We’re pretty chuffed and let us tell you why…

6 reasons why PaperCut loves trees!

We care about trees at PaperCut. We often say our true customers are the forests of the world.

You can add this blog to dozens we’ve written about how much we love trees. But why exactly?

We all know trees are important but do you really know all the amazing things trees do for our climate and world?

Intuitive printing insights you didn’t know you needed

PaperCut Data Integrations (available now in PaperCut MF v20.1) provide a great opportunity to find out how the data generated within your PaperCut system can give you insights into printing behaviors within your organization.

Here are three of the interesting areas where Intuitive dashboards can give you insights…

This guest blog post has been written by Catherine Kennedy, Partner Marketing Manager at Intuitive.

Women Better Together at PaperCut

PaperCut recently launched a new initiative – Women Better Together, a place for women to connect, learn, amplify, and support each other.

Essentially, it’s an ongoing conversation where PaperCut women have the opportunity to connect and build each other up.

It all started with something as ordinary as that – just talking.

Even printers can join clouds together

Here we are, the end of our series on cloud print management basics… I won’t cry, I won’t cry… *sniffles*

What a ride it’s been! To cap off with Cloud 105, we thought we’d tell you how PaperCut has evolved into the cloud print management picture.

4 ways to print flexibly for hybrid working

There are many businesses embracing flexibility for their people by normalizing working from home. But remote working doesn’t mean your options are either work at home or the office.

Both in the face of this pandemic and in the future, a hybrid division of home and office working will become the new normal.

We thought we’d tap into our nearly year-long experience and share 4 ways to print flexibly for hybrid working.

A PaperCutty pandemic internship

2020 was supposed to be just another year of Swinburne University Professional Placements.

It’s tricky enough balancing full-time placement and study, but add a pandemic on top of that? Yeesh.

Despite the obvious pangs for office life, PaperCutter interns have had their expectations met and then some.