PaperCut Blog

Meet PaperCut 18.3, our suite-est release ever

G Suite users rejoice! PaperCut MF and NG now syncs and authenticates G Suite users. No more managing users in multiple places – it all just works using Google credentials. Sweet!

Find out what else is new in PaperCut MF and NG version 18.3.

Smooth and sustainable printing for Italy’s largest insurer

Schools and universities might be our mainstay, but we love making a difference in the financial sector – especially if it equates to doubling down on sustainability for a large enterprise business.

See how we delivered efficient earth-loving printing for Italy’s largest insurance provider.

A sneak peek at PaperCut 18.3

The latest release of PaperCut MF & NG, version 18.3 to be exact, arrives in a few days.

To get my head around the release, I bailed up product guy Dale Micallef for a chat about stapling (it’s pretty cool, promise) and G Suite sync and authentication for G Suite Enterprise, G Suite Enterprise for Education, and Cloud Identity Premium users.

Alec and his beloved print management integrations

I’m pretty handy at sorting out my mother-in-law’s internet problems. And my brother’s laptop viruses. But when it comes to APIs, my knowledge runs out after “try turning it off and on again”.

So I caught up with resident API and integrations geek Alec for a better understanding of the role that 3rd party integrations play in the PaperCut ecosystem.

How one man (and Mobility Print) saved a Canadian school district

“If we’re talking work wise, stress wise, life – I love you, okay?”

I wish all feedback was as warm and fuzzy as Rob Cover’s. But not everyone’s got a job like Rob – one that tasks him with coordinating oodles of student and staff printing every day.

So it figures any help is hugely appreciated. And that’s exactly what Mobility Print delivered.

What our Google Premier Partnership means for you

Our new collaboration with Google as a Premier Partner will see us make a lot of wonderful things for Google-based workplaces.

We can’t say heaps right now, but there’ll definitely be some happy sysadmins when PaperCut 18.3 releases in November. 

In the meantime, let’s recap the announcement, and dive into what it all means for you.

Securer-than-ever printing for a Florida health care provider

Baptist Health Care (BHC) is a not-for-profit health care organization that’s been keeping Floridians healthy since 1951.

With three hospitals and four medical parks only scratching the surface, it’s no wonder BHC has a prognosis for serious printing.

And sysadmin Kenny Stanger was charged with making it more secure and cost-effective than ever.

The PaperCut Band strikes a chord and jams for a cause

Every now and then, a few PaperCut musos (myself included) get together for a jam as The PaperCut Band.

Putting as much energy into performing as we do developing smashing print management, this year’s Battle of the Agile Bands saw us really play from the heart – and for a great cause.

Read on for the cliff notes!

Chatting with the CEO about customer-championing choice

I recently explored how PaperCut provides choice at a solution level. Everything from endless brand/device combinations, to having your network on the premises, or in the cloud.

But I also wanted to look at choice through a more values-focused lens – and who better to do that with than our CEO Chris himself! Read on for a choice chat.

How we provide supreme choice and flexibility for your printing

On the premises, in the cloud, or a hybrid of both; one device, one hundred, or one thousand… We’ll slot in beautifully no matter how you choose to set up your network.

Join me as I look at how PaperCut goes above and beyond in giving customers unbeatable flexibility, and future-proofing choice.

15 million reasons to love Mobility Print

When we launched Mobility Print, we were confident we had something on our hands that could really improve how users print remotely from their own devices.

Nearly a year and a half on – and 15 million print jobs later – it’s exceeded our wildest expectations.

Read on to learn how Mobility Print’s empowering smarter printing.

Using Apache Beam in Kotlin to reduce boilerplate code

We’ve been using Apache Beam Java SDK to build streaming and batch pipelines running on Google Cloud Dataflow. It’s solid, but we felt the code could be a bit more streamlined.

That’s why we took Kotlin for a spin! Find out how we leverage it to reduce the boilerplate code.

Life after maternity leave

Last year I was fortunate to welcome our newest family member – a joyous occasion celebrated by our little family (especially big sister), extended family, friends and my work family.

I’m back at work now, so here’s my list of adjustments, realities and what I’m mastering to ensure I can survive work post-maternity leave!