PaperCut Blog

10 ways to get NEAT at work

I don’t at all claim to be a fitness junkie, by any stretch of the term. But I have been asked on occasion what I do to stay fit (likely because people see me eating like a stray dog yet my pants still button each morning).

My answer: I live a NEAT life.

Meet a PaperCutter: EP04 Jack the frontline supporter

Welcome back to Meet a PaperCutter. The time’s arrived for our final episode of 2019.

In this episode, I sat down with Jack Lake, a key member of the EMEA support team to find out about his experiences since joining PaperCut earlier this year.

What to do after Google Cloud Print end of life

On 21 November 2019, Google announced that Google Cloud Print, their cloud-based printing solution that has been in beta since 2010, will no longer be supported as of December 31, 2020.

Here’s a quick cheat sheet that will help you choose the Google Cloud Print alternative that’s right for you.

PaperCut wins at the BLI Awards

We’re thrilled to announce that PaperCut v19 was named the Keypoint Intelligence Buyer’s Lab (BLI) 2020 Pick Award winner in the Outstanding Cost Accounting & Cost Control Solution category!

Phew, that was some sentence!

Read on to see why they liked us so much.

Your free BYOD printing solution has arrived

So, here’s the thing. We just made a new printing solution.

Well, kinda new. It’s our super popular BYOD printing feature Mobility Print that comes with PaperCut MF and NG. Except as of today it’s a standalone product.

Handy PowerShell hacks for PaperCut MF/NG

PaperCutter Alec had a major life experience earlier this year – migrating from MacBook to a Windows 10 laptop.

The change led him to the mysterious wonders of PowerShell and .NET Core (as you do).

In this post, Alec shares his latest PowerShell discoveries.

Controlling access to your PaperCut admin dashboard

We’ve all got that one person in our organization that likes to fiddle. The one who changes settings without knowing what it is or who it affects.

That’s probably the reason you keep the PaperCut admin dashboard hidden away from users who may find it useful to run reports, add credit, and manage shared accounts.