One of the first districts on the internet in Southern California, Val Verde has been a technology pioneer in education for more than two decades.
Home to 20,000 students across 22 schools, Val Verde is a hybrid of Microsoft Office 365 for admin and teaching staff, with Chromebooks and G Suite for students.
After transitioning to remote and hybrid working during Covid-19, Val Verde IT decision-makers Matt Penner and Brian Falk started moving their data center set-up to the cloud in Azure. But remote working made the once-simple task of printing a clunky process.
Val Verde needed a simpler way for their Microsoft-centric staff to print via the cloud without access to local networks or Active Directory. True to their pioneering ways, they entered the beta for PaperCut’s Universal Print connector.