I’ve just finished putting together a knowledge base article detailing various methods to manage and configure printers in a school or university (academic environment). In a business environment a user normally has a desktop PC dedicated to them located on their work desk. In an academic environment users will roam between different computer labs and […]
We released PaperCut ChargeBack 5.1 today. Most of changes are under the hood. The release incorporates a new WebTools interface file layout to help facilitate “skinning” the visual layout. This is aimed at businesses that wish to integrate PaperCut into their existing intranet sites. The release also includes an updated “Page Counting Machine” supporting additional […]
We released PaperCut 5.1 yesterday. The focus for this release was to track down bugs in the 5.1 release and add additional functionality to the web tools interface. We’re finding that more and more of our users are using the web interface as a primary means of managing PaperCut. In this release we have moved […]
Just a quick post to let all know that PaperCut Quota 5.1 will be out next week. It’s comprises of mostly new features particularly with the web tools interface, and a few bug fixes reported by our non-english speaking customers with alternate currency formats. Keep an eye out on the release history page next week.
One of our customers suggested that I my blog to write about using PaperCut. I’ve decided to write a Tip of the Month article every 4 weeks to highlight some of PaperCut’s “hidden” features. This month I’ll talk about of the new features in Version 5.0. All existing PaperCut users would be aware of PaperCut’s […]
We released PaperCut Quota version 5.0 last week. My previous log entry provides a good overview of some of the new features and future development plans. News on the release spread fast. We received our first upgrade request only 2 hours after the final build was uploaded. We’ve had great feedback from the existing customers, […]
We’ve recently have a number of customers ask for an update on the planned dates for our next release, and what new features will be included. The developers at PaperCut Software P/L now keep weblogs to help keep everyone informed on what we’re up to, the ideas we have, and what we’re planning next. I’ll […]