Founded in 1209 — the fourth-oldest university in the world — the University of Cambridge consists of more than 20,000 students and 11,000 staff members across 31 Colleges and 150 departments.
When it comes to print, that’s a lot of devices and end-users to support. This was especially the case when the UK’s COVID-19 lockdowns meant Cambridge’s Colleges entered a hybrid working model, with students and staff divided between working remotely and on-site.
With Google Cloud Print’s deprecation looming, Kelvin Morgan, computer officer, and Dean Feltham, print technician, also needed a robust BYOD print enablement tool to support their Colleges’ independent network infrastructures. All while continuing to support their students via their centralized printing subscription service.