PaperCut Blog

How to print after Google Chrome Apps End-of-Life

Google officially announced the discontinuation of support for Chrome Apps in January 2020.

However, PaperCut users should have no fear. We have a Chrome extension on the way and the PaperCut Chrome app will continue to work until it’s available. 

What is Web Print and how does it work?

Web print, internet print, browser print… Whatever you want to call it. You’re trying to do the same thing. You want to print from an internet page.

There are multiple software options that enable web browser printing if it’s not currently working for you.

How to manage user expectations for school IT teams

Rolling out change within any organization ‒ be it a school or a small business, to a large corporation ‒ is challenging. 

At our last quarterly customer panel a group of school IT professionals shared their tips for managing user expectations when navigating change.

4 ways to fix PrintNightmare with PaperCut

PrintNightmare a challenge in your workplace?

You’re probably looking to solve one of these problems: 1) You need a free alternative to point and print, 2) You want to enable point and print without admin rights, or 3) You just want to get rid of your print server.

Fortunately, PaperCut’s here to help.

Saving time for school IT teams managing printers

Managing print can be even more draining for IT teams working in education.

The wish for many schools’ printing is to free up IT time, but not at the expense of a simple and secure user experience. 

Our solutions Print Deploy and PaperCut Mobility Print grant those wishes.

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.

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.

PaperCut, dating apps, and 5 ways to cut waste in your printing

Dating app Hinge proudly claims to be the one app “designed to be deleted.” Swipe, find love, never use again.

Funnily enough, PaperCut is a little like the Hinge of printing – a tool designed to reduce the very thing it relies on: paper use.

Discover 5 swipe-worthy ways to print sustainably with PaperCut.

Spring cleaning your users in PaperCut

In PaperCut MF/NG,  we offer the ability to delete users that no longer exist in your directory when you’re sure they’re no longer needed. 

Not many people know about this option, but it couldn’t be a simpler process to run through. 

Handy PowerShell hacks for PaperCut MF/NG

PaperCutter Alec had a major life experience earlier this year – migrating from MacBook to a Windows 10 laptop.

The change led him to the mysterious wonders of PowerShell and .NET Core (as you do).

In this post, Alec shares his latest PowerShell discoveries.

Controlling access to your PaperCut admin dashboard

We’ve all got that one person in our organization that likes to fiddle. The one who changes settings without knowing what it is or who it affects.

That’s probably the reason you keep the PaperCut admin dashboard hidden away from users who may find it useful to run reports, add credit, and manage shared accounts.

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