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A conversation with Chris about security and stuff – part 2

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.

A conversation with Chris about security and stuff – part 1

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 …

Getting to know … Chris Goult, Brisbane

Chris Goult recently joined us as our shiny new channel marketing manager.  Chris comes to us from Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia, with loads of knowledge and enthusiasm for all things marketing and channel related.

We caught up for coffee and questions.

The day I discovered HITRUST

“Never a Dull Moment” (#NADM) is a blog series about the life and times (ok, mainly the times) of Americas Presales Specialist Tanner Dull.

I love talking to PaperCut callers about their print problems. One such caller wanted to solve a problem in her medical business. She mentioned HITRUST, a term I’d not encountered before. Here’s what happened …

Getting to know … Thomas and Götz, Germany

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?

An Interview with Ad – our new Head of Global Sales

We sat down with our newest PaperCutter, Ad van Amrooij, to get to know our new ead of Global Sales a little better.

Being unfamiliar with the subtleties of Dutch pronunciation, one of the first questions was about his surname.

When the “non-technical” employees get involved in hackathons

Before you get involved in your first ever Hackathon (an opportunity to step away from the day to day, be inspired, think big and collaborate with people you might not normally have the opportunity) you definitely have an idea of what it will be like… innovative, fun, memorable and AMAZING!! It’s no wonder I was […]

Starting 2017 by investing in the future

PaperCutters are always about pushing the envelope and are never interested in business as usual. We therefore don’t want to spit out some lame new years resolution, as we statistically know that resolution fulfillment steadily drops down through the months of the year. Life (and software) do not reset every new years (except back in […]

The great PaperCut ride and shave

G’day, My name is Jason Clarke, I’ve been with PaperCut nearly 7 years, firstly in our customer facing tech Support Team in Melbourne, and now as the IT guy supporting over 100 staff. After being the IT guy in both a high school and now at PaperCut, I can see the frustrations felt by SysAdmins […]

Moving to the Big Apple

It’s been a big year, moving from Melbourne and the land down under to the Big Apple, New York City! Not only that, moving roles within PaperCut from coding software to supporting customers around the world.  The first time I came to NYC was only 2 years ago. The vibe of the city was amazing, I […]

PaperCut MF v15.3 – The making of Integrated Scanning

Having been at PaperCut for 18 months now, I was lucky enough to learn and contribute in different areas of our product. From an accessibility feature to release print jobs, Mac client transformation to use the native bar through to adding support for the IMAP protocol in Email to Print. But that only lasted two months… and then […]

Industry placement: a day in the life of an intern

Greetings and salutations everyone! My name is Zak and I’m a 21 year old software dev intern who has been working at PaperCut for the last 8 months. Last year, I was in my 3rd year at Swinburne University (and during this time I bumped into one of PaperCut’s founders, Chris at a Golang meetup. […]

PaperCut co-founder wins sailing World Championship

Dinghies with sails glide across the open seas off the coast of Western Australia. The surface of the water hides the white-pointer sharks that silently menace below. This sounds like a dangerous pastime reserved only for daredevils with a death wish. (We can’t help but think of the Jaws movie, “We’re gonna need a bigger boat”). […]

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