PaperCut Blog

Growing SMB boosts productivity and security with PaperCut MF

When Kelvin Lim founded his company Pacific Integrated Logistics (PLG) in 2000, he started off with two employees in a small Singapore warehouse. Today his business has 198 employees throughout Asia and Europe; operating in 16 locations over 11 countries.

But with a growing business, comes growing printing troubles.

Saving paper during a Semester at Sea

Semester at Sea sees 500+ students and 100 faculty and staff set sail for a 100 day voyage of learning and discovery. It’s an exceptional experience in-which the syllabus is heavily based on the countries the students visit.

It will come as no surprise to you that they had rather unusual printing problems.

This is their story.

Two tales why health monitoring is scarily important

Take it from a support manager who’s seen some grisly stuff: when it comes to protecting your print infrastructure, implementing health monitoring should be your top priority.

Sceptical? These chilling tales should scare some sense into you.

*wolves howl, printers jam in the distance*

Simple, secure printing … at the library

The modern library is no longer simply a free source of reading literature. Today’s public library provides services for patrons, job-seekers and the community they thrive in. You’ll also find technology services including print and copy and internet access.

This is especially true of Oklahoma’s Tulsa City-County Library.