PaperCut Blog

How to save 280,451 trees with one PaperCut feature

What if I were to tell you that one PaperCut feature alone saved literally billions of pages from being printed?

Well good, because that’s what I’m here to tell you. I’ll also tell you why and how.

But first, a little about this quiet achieving feature.

3 ways to track printing at home using PaperCut

We’ve been supporting many organizations to transition their print management to suit our current remote ways of working.

So, to continue helping more people with their remote printing, we gathered our learnings and authored an extensive guide in our Knowledge Base.

Start cutting IT costs by cutting IT waste

Looking for better ways to manage your IT costs?

It’s one of the three big challenges IT teams are facing this year, along with enabling teams to work from home, and ensuring workplaces are safe to return to.

Arguably the easiest way to start cutting costs in your workplace is with your humble printer network.

The complete list of printer cleaning instructions

One of the most touched areas in your workplace is the multifunction printer.

And in today’s climate, it’s important to know the right way to clean those devices.

So we thought it’d be handy to gather together the recommended cleaning guidelines for the world’s top printer brands.

8 ways to introduce contactless printing to your workplace

Heading back into the workplace? Looking for ways to keep employees safe?

Here’s a hot tip – your printers are right up there with door handles and table tennis bats 🏓 as “things most touched by employees”.

Here’s how to set up contactless printing in your workplace.

How to set up remote Chromebook printing for schools

Staff and students want to print from their Chromebooks, from anywhere, especially if they work on their documents from home.

With PaperCut Mobility Print, you can give your students and staff this freedom.

How do you do it? Let’s walk you through, step-by-step.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at PaperCut: Chapter 1

On June 2nd, PaperCut took a stance on Blackout Tuesday.

This simple act was a powerful step for us in solidarity with those suffering under systemic racism. It was also a statement of our commitment to begin creating organizational change from within PaperCut.

It was only the beginning for us as an organization.

Helping you find better ways to return to the workplace

When we go back to our workplaces, we’ll need to work differently.

We’ll be working in a touchfree manner. Allowing for more flexibility in how and where we work. Plus, we’ll be more mindful of wastage and cost saving opportunities than ever before.

The PaperCut ecosystem can help you plan for those challenges.

Renaming the Git master branch

We’re renaming our Git master branches to main.

This post from PaperCutter Alec explains why we’re doing it, how we’re approaching it, and provides useful suggestions if you want to make similar changes.

Ready to get your Git on?

Get back to school ready with Mobility Print

As many students around the world are on summer school holidays, perfecting their Minecraft worlds or longest Netflix binges, schools’ IT teams are busy preparing for the new semester.

Many schools currently using Google Cloud Print, with its looming deprecation, have IT teams tasked with finding an alternative solution.

We have the answer for you, Mobility Print.

A day in the life of a SysAdmin

Here at PaperCut, Sysadmin Day is the most wonderful time of the year!

So we went that little extra mile to celebrate. We reached out to Todd Black, systems administrator for the University of Queensland.

Todd had a chat with us about a typical day in the life of a sysadmin, the wins and challenges of his job, and the most bizarre tasks he has come across during his tenure.

Lexmark scanning and printing powered up in PaperCut 20.0

Great news, Lexmark users! We have two new features for you in PaperCut 20.0.

20.0 allows consistency and ease for Lexmark users. Now when you’re scanning you’ll have the same user experience as other brands.

So if you’re using Lexmark devices, let’s pop the hood (I’m not actually into cars) and see what’s revving the engine. (That’s car speak, right?)

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