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Is your business ready for cloud print management?

How do you know if your business is suited to cloud print management?

If you’re a smaller business, whether you want to track and manage or enable your printing, you have more options than running a print server on-premise.

You can now manage your printing in the public cloud. But how do you know you’re suited to serverless printing?

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.

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.

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.

Why move your print management into the cloud?

Welcome to Cloud 101, the first part of a new series where we’ll break down the cloud in relation to print management.

For this first entry, we thought we’d start with a simple question: why move your print management into the cloud?

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.

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?)

What’s the scoop on Mobility Print in PaperCut 20.0?

Welcome to the third entry of our new blog series, “What’s the scoop on X in 20.0?”

In this installment, I sat down with product manager Willem Groenewald and discussed Mobility Print’s new Cloud Print feature, still in beta.

I picked Willem’s brain on what’s new and in the pipeline for PaperCut’s answer to Google Cloud Print.

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