A while back I wrote about a chat I had with Job Ticketing Product Owner Jacques Groenewald. The catch-up was prompted by the fancy Job Ticketing updates in PaperCut MF 18.1. Fortunately, I recorded the conversation, and present it to you now.
Another successful PaperCut Constructival hackathon has come and gone. Around 120 PaperCutters huddled together in busy little groups for 30-odd hours and hacked to their collective heart’s’ content.
Why have a hackathon? What’s the value? How do I run a hackathon with my own team? These are the questions we’ll solve today.
In an earlier post, Chris and I were talking about human negligence as a prime contributor to print security breaches. As in, people leaving sensitive documents lying about by mistake.
Now, I don’t shy away from a little gossip in my blog posts, so I ask Chris if he’s heard any horror stories about human negligence.
Chatting with Chris Dance, PaperCut founder and CEO, can be a challenge. Not because of his position, mind you – he’s incredibly personable and always up for a chat.
No, it’s more because of his intellect. In a nutshell, he’s a little smarter than me. That’s the facts. Just like I’m a little taller than him, he’s a little smarter.
Here’s how it went …
PUA is how you keep your PaperCut installation up-to-date. You see, PaperCut isn’t a subscription licence – it’s perpetual. That means you buy it outright and it’s yours forever and ever and ever and … well, you get the drift.
However, just like, say, your toaster, your purchase is a particular model (or in the case of software, version).
Product Owner Jacques Groenewald has recorded a demo of his favorite new PaperCut MF feature – Job Ticketing. Job Ticketing solves the workflow management problems facing FabLabs and print rooms.
And oh boy, does Jacques love it!
Meet the all new German PaperCut team – Thomas Zirpel, Partner Alliance Manager – DACH, and Götz Weber, Channel Manager – DACH.
Learn a little about their plans for the DACH market, their goals for 2018, and their cow-riding exploits. Wait, what?
How well do you understand the security of your print jobs?
It’s vitally important to add your print environment to your security checklist. Why? Because it’s prone to attacks from outside the workplace, and carelessness from within.
Ever experience the frustration of having to walk to a printer far away to get your printouts? For the team at KLM UK Engineering, in the worst case that distance was 250 metres.
GDPR begins 25 May 2018.
If, after reading that sentence, you find yourself wondering, “Hmm, what’s GDPR? Does GDPR affect me? Wait, what does GDPR even stand for?”, this guide is for you.
Here’s the lowdown, in under 3 minutes.
What would it mean to your workplace if your secrets were revealed? Not by a hacker, but by a humble sheet of paper.
While billions of dollars are invested to lock down business systems from external attacks, information on paper is the often-overlooked and weakest link in any security chain.
These 3 tips will help you secure your print environment.
Document security breaches aren’t confined to hackers sneaking through your print server. They’re not even strictly digital. Sometimes they occur through simple human error.
To avoid a leak such as the Australian Government’s ‘cabinet files’ leak, your document security policy must factor in at least four potential security breach areas.
With a name like PaperCut, it’s reasonably obvious where we stand on conserving the environment. From recycled timber in our offices to the development of an environmental guild to promote sustainable business practices, we’re keen on looking after our planet.
To keep us focused, we invite speakers into our offices to share the latest environmental news.