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A prestigious UK school meets its print management match

Six years is a while in the software game.

So finding out we have a long-time devotee (even serendipitously) in David Garwood, IT technician for St. Mary’s Menston Catholic Academy (SMMCA), is the greatest.

Better yet, he’s happy to report SMMCA’s thoughts on PaperCut MF are in keeping with the observed trend: they absolutely love it.

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.

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.

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.

Scan to Cloud Storage: “dead simple” (and darn secure)

You may or may not already be familiar with PaperCut’s Scan to Cloud Storage feature.  If you aren’t, here’s what you should know.

Hang on, what do I mean by cloud storage? I’m talking about services such as Dropbox, OneDrive, Box and co.

Ok, let’s get goi … Wait. First, the why. Why is it important to be able to scan to cloud storage?

Changes coming to printers with PaperCut 18.2

PaperCut 18.2 includes a couple of cool features we think you need to know about: Mobility Print meets secure print release and Integrated scanning for HP OXP.

Plus, there’s a bunch of other improvements we think you’ll want to know about …

What’s your PaperCut 18.1 highlight?

We’ve had lively debates here at PaperCut about 18.1’s biggest highlight.

Is it supporting end-to-end encryption on the network? Or perhaps Scan to Cloud Storage?

We can’t quite decide, but either way there’s plenty of great reasons to upgrade to 18.1.

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