New & Noteworthy in PaperCut v15.3
PaperCut 15.3 – released November 2015
A quick overview guide to 15.3. For more detail see Release Notes.
Integrated Scanning extends our existing print and copy management features with a simple and consistent scanning workflow at the MFD display panel.
System Administrators can centrally pre-configure and deploy user-specific Scan Actions. Users can scan documents to authorized email and folder destinations.
- Make common actions easy
- Control destinations ensuring your document are secure
- Centrally manage and deploy
It could be as simple as setting up scan to email or scan to home, or as specific as on ramping into business automation processes.
PaperCut MF with Integrated Scanning is currently available across Kyocera and Sharp and we’re already working on rounding out the complete list.
Find out more on the Integrated Scanning tour page.
Managing Large Numbers of Shared Accounts
It’s not uncommon for customers to have thousands of Shared Accounts. Imagine having over 300,000! Yes, we have some legal and accounting customers out there with this many client codes to manage.
We’ve spent time optimizing performance, to make it quicker to select accounts on both the MFD and desktop client, minimizing any delay. We’ve also developed a best practice guide for managing sites with large numbers of accounts.
Release Manager Roles
Recently a court system approached us for a secure and easy way to authorize individuals to release print jobs on others’ behalf. PaperCut has an all powerful Release Manager Role, the court system required more granular permissions and security.
System Administrators configure Release Manager Roles by limiting the print jobs they can release. This is achieved by assigning access through user groups and printer groups.
Whether you’re an office administrator releasing for executives, or a teacher releasing documents for a class, Release Manager Roles are a powerful option for any organization.
Timely Toner Notifications
We hear time and time again that printing is often a frustration for printer administrators. One of the key ways to make life easier is to shift from reacting to user complaints to proactive maintenance.