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PaperCut Hive keeps research institute’s printed documents confidential

To steal a line or two from their website, the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute [IBRI] is “a leading translational research institute that advances academic and industry science through collaboration to improve patient health outcomes”.

I caught up with IBRI’s Jacob Smith to learn how the institute solved a curly confidentiality conundrum affecting their print environment.

PaperCut and Google supersize BIG W printing during COVID-19

BIG W is one of the biggest enterprise retailers in Australia.

The COVID-19 online order boom led them to managing label printing with PaperCut Mobility Print and Chrome OS devices.

We spoke to BIG W Stores Solution Owner, Steven Kernahan, to find out what brought BIG W to this solution pairing.

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.

Growing SMB boosts productivity and security with PaperCut MF

When Kelvin Lim founded his company Pacific Integrated Logistics (PLG) in 2000, he started off with two employees in a small Singapore warehouse. Today his business has 198 employees throughout Asia and Europe; operating in 16 locations over 11 countries.

But with a growing business, comes growing printing troubles.

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