PaperCut Blog

Partners worldwide tune in live for PaperCut Hive channel launch

This was a big week for PaperCut… Why? Because we launched our cloud-native print management platform to our channel partners!

Fuelled by coffee and dreams, our Melbourne, Portland, and London teams hosted a series of webinars for our ASCs and Resellers in the Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions.

The star of the show? We officially unveiled our cloud-native flagship product, PaperCut Hive!

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.

When will businesses switch to cloud print management?

A recent Deloitte survey reported 87% of global IT decision-makers agree the pandemic will cause organizations to accelerate their migration to the cloud, anticipating a decline in on-premise workloads by 2025.

So to answer the question, “When will businesses switch their printing from on-premise to cloud?” They already are.

However, not all businesses just yet.

Black History Month with PaperCutter Andy

For Black History Month, every day this month a different Portland PaperCutter has shared a story highlighting a Black STEM superstar.

To tie a bow on our celebrations of black excellence we had a chat with our own STEM superstar.

Meet Andy, the newest member of our Portland Support Team.

PaperCut beta 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…

How going green for offices varies from country to country

Going green is about increasing sustainability in energy and resource consumption and decreasing waste or moving to a zero-waste lifestyle.

Because of cultural and economic differences, some countries find it easier to go green.

Let’s take a look at how offices are adopting green practices and what those sustainable levels look like around the world..

How does cloud print management actually work?

The dream of cloud print management is to outsource printing to a cloud provider without having a print server on-premise.

But here’s the catch…

Clouds can’t talk to printers. All cloud print management solutions require something on-prem in order to work.

Here are the only 3 ways to do so…

PaperCut wins at the 2020 Print IT Awards

The illustrious PrintIT Reseller Magazine hosted its first annual Print IT Awards ceremony on Thursday 11 February.

PaperCut was shortlisted for two awards – PrintIT Award for Sustainability and PrintIT Award for Mobility.

We’re ecstatic to announce that we took home the award for Sustainability!

6 print and IT forecasts for 2021

The Cannata Report recently posted an impressively detailed watchlist of 2021 trends and it got me thinking… What will I be keeping an eye on this year?

While we’re all keen to sweep the memory of 2020 under the rug, it’s pragmatic to acknowledge that its shadow is already looming over 2021.

How PaperCut reimagined the print server

The dream of cloud print management is to achieve a reliable, secure, and fast printing experience without any dedicated on-site infrastructure (beyond the printer of course).

But how do you print without a server?

Bringing cutting-edge IoT technology to the world of print, PaperCut Hive reimagines the local print server by creating an Edge Mesh.

From People Experience to Product – a job swap diary

In my day job as a People Experience Lead at PaperCut, I am fortunate to enjoy a great diversity of responsibilities and tasks.

Something I have never done before, though, is be a part of a product creation process. Since I work in a product company I figured the opportunity to do so was one I shouldn’t miss…

Moving toward a zero waste lifestyle

It can seem like not a day passes by without more bad news concerning the environment.

In the face of such huge reported problems, it’s easy to feel helpless and be discouraged. But there’s an effective approach that everyone can take to reduce their impact on the planet’s resources, and it involves working toward a zero-waste lifestyle.

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