Novell OES2 SP1 is now out of Beta. In conjunction with this release we’re also very pleased with the stability of PaperCut on OES and are now happy to support releases from version 8.5 build 6739 in production environments. e.g. PaperCut is now also out of Beta! We’ve had no show-stopper bugs raised in the […]
Climate change and pollution are major issues that concern all countries across the globe. It’s imperative that more environmentally-conscious practices are incorporated into everyday routines.
The urgency to continuously act on current environmental problems has never been more emphasized. One such example that many people can relate to is saving paper.
We host a number of web services and applications on the servers here in the PaperCut office. We’ve always planned on hosting these on an isolated server inside a demilitarized zone (DMZ) to ensure public applications are isolated from internal servers. This usually requires separate dedicated servers, however with the recent growth in virtualization technology, […]
A quick thanks to all the beta testers helping us with testing our new PaperCut version for iPrint on OES Linux. We’ve had a series of bugs/suggests reported and I’ve actioned most of these in today’s release. The 8.5.6708 release contains: Support for a various username formats seen on Novell networks (e.g. username@macadd, .username.domain, username\domain). […]
Here is another “behind the scenes” post of the happenings here at PaperCut. Last Wednesday was National Ride To Work Day. This is an initiative of our local bicycle association to raise awareness and get more people riding to work around the country. Tom, Matt and myself already regularly ride to work (at least on […]
While using our print management system is an obvious paper saving tool, here are some other handy ideas to reduce your impact on the environment and save paper.
OK. It’s been a frustrating month for me (and all the prospective Novell testers). I’ve been in regular correspondence with Dean Giles at Novell with very little progress. The frustrating thing is that we have a copy (under NDA) of the “new iPrint”, fully working and running fine in here. However due to internal politics […]
The Dev. Team here at PaperCut recently did a presentation about Apache Derby at the Australian Java User’s Group (AJUG) meeting in Melbourne. Apache Derby is the default database option supplied with PaperCut. Even thought we offer a choice of MS SQL Server, Oracle and Postgres within PaperCut, we find that 90% of our 10,000+ […]
My first son William arrived yesterday. Unlike our planning here at PaperCut which usually run a few weeks behind schedule, my first child has decided to buck the trend and run ahead of schedule. William weighed in at 1.795kb (just under 4 pounds) – very small but strong and healthy. Both Mother and baby are […]
Another update for the sites participating in the Novell OES Linux beta program. It looks like we’ll have to wait a few more weeks to get proper print quota on iPrint. The iPrint update required to run PaperCut will now not be available until next week. Novell will be undertaking the last validation tests on […]
Last week we announced the start of the official beta testing period for PaperCut on Novell. Novell is our last remaining platform so it’s great to see this finally in beta. We already have close to 50 sites that have contacted us expressing eagerness to participate in the beta testing program. There is a lot […]
Many companies have a Jobs/Employment section on their website. We’re a small company with very low staff turn over and hence rarely advertise positions. We do however have one going right now! Quite a few people subscribe to our blog, so I thought we’d do some shameless self promotion and post the position here:
Since we release our free print logging program a few years back its been a hit, with hundreds of thousands of downloads. Every now and then we receive a thank you email or a short story about how people are finding it useful. One user recently wrote to us to thank us for helping him […]