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PaperCut connector a breeze for super early Universal Print adopters

For some workplaces, the idea of joining a product’s beta program for an entire school district would make them nervous. Not for Val Verde.

Shifting to remote working during Covid-19 made the once simple tasks of accessing files and printing unnecessarily painful and clunky.

But Val Verde’s IT wizards Matt and Brian smelled an opportunity to move everything to the cloud…

REVIEW: Melbourne Microsoft Insider Dev Tour

After many decades of using MacOS and Linux, I thought I’d broaden my horizons a little and take in this year’s Microsoft Insider Dev Tour.

This is the event where Microsoft pimps their developer tools and technical ecosystem to local (in my case Melbourne) developers.

So what did I find interesting?

The ultimate guide to High Availability methods for Microsoft SQL Server

High Availability is incredibly important for maximizing uptime in any print infrastructure using Microsoft SQL Server.

But if a customer wants to go beyond mere implementation, and figure out which High Availability method is truly the best for their business, the process can be a doozy.

So let’s clear things up a bit!

Weatherproofing your print server

  While I was a member of the Windows print spooler test team at Microsoft, one of my side tasks was to support Microsoft IT with their deployment of prerelease operating systems that hosted the print infrastructure at the main campus in Redmond. I provided support for IT when it came to printing at Microsoft […]

A quick tip to keeping a DHCP network organized

I was recently helping a customer with a couple of reporting questions they had and they mentioned that they were going to be rolling out 20 new printers in the near future. I commented that this would require quite a bit of work, lugging hardware around, changing printer drivers etc. They agreed and then said […]