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School printing’s top 4 security leaks

Schools are home to sensitive information for hundreds of students.

But print security for education isn’t about hackers infiltrating your network.

The 4 most common print security “leaks” in school printing are human errors.

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.

The importance of print visibility in education

Out-of-control printing in education boils down to printing visibility. Many schools simply can’t see who’s printing what and when.

It’s not their fault either.

Schools are understandably complex printing environments.

PaperCut Software offers you print visibility fresh out of the box.

Why your business needs a social media response team

Picture this, you’re happily working on a social media content calendar when… DING. It’s a Twitter notification. One of your customers is asking a super-specific question about the product that you can’t answer.

Now you’ve got to swallow your pride and admit you indeed DON’T know everything about the business to answer this question. What do you do?

School district solves BYOD, cost, and security with PaperCut

Located in North West Indiana, East Porter may seem like a humble-sized school district with 2,500 students, what makes it unique is it’s spread across three different campuses.

When the deprecation of Google Cloud Print was announced, they had to find a suitable alternative. But it was also an opportunity to alleviate some of their other printing pain-points.

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…

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.

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