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How to set up remote Chromebook printing for schools

Staff and students want to print from their Chromebooks, from anywhere, especially if they work on their documents from home.

With PaperCut Mobility Print, you can give your students and staff this freedom.

How do you do it? Let’s walk you through, step-by-step.

Lexmark scanning and printing powered up in PaperCut 20.0

Great news, Lexmark users! We have two new features for you in PaperCut 20.0.

20.0 allows consistency and ease for Lexmark users. Now when you’re scanning you’ll have the same user experience as other brands.

So if you’re using Lexmark devices, let’s pop the hood (I’m not actually into cars) and see what’s revving the engine. (That’s car speak, right?)

What’s the scoop on Mobility Print in PaperCut 20.0?

Welcome to the third entry of our new blog series, “What’s the scoop on X in 20.0?”

In this installment, I sat down with product manager Willem Groenewald and discussed Mobility Print’s new Cloud Print feature, still in beta.

I picked Willem’s brain on what’s new and in the pipeline for PaperCut’s answer to Google Cloud Print.

What’s the scoop on Print Deploy in PaperCut 20.0?

Welcome back to our brand new blog series, “What’s the scoop on X in 20.0?”

To celebrate our release of 20.0 I’m chatting with PaperCutters about their feature’s latest enhancements for this year’s major build!

In our last installment we covered our new Epic integration, today it’s all about Print Deploy.

PaperCut 20.0 has come to town

PaperCut 20.0 is now available.

20.0 has new enhancements for Healthcare with Epic Systems integration! We’ve also made printing easier for users with new Print Deploy updates, and PaperCut MF is now even more resilient.

That’s not all, there’s so much more…

The homemade version of PaperCut MF is almost here

It’s almost that time. Time to take the wraps off a brand new version of PaperCut MF (ok, and NG as well).

While we’re waiting for release day (I’d give it a couple of weeks), I caught up with a couple of PaperCutters who were right in the thick of the 20.0 build.

Solving the riddle of BYOD printing in schools

I’ve got a riddle for you

You’re standing in your school’s print room. To your left is one brand of printer. To your right is another. In your hands is any BYOD device you can name.

Which [insert printer] will work better with your [insert device]?

NEW IN 19.1: New server command features & API calls

The release of PaperCut 19.1 includes new server-command features and API calls to help you automate PaperCut user management.

From removing users to configuring the advanced user pop-up, it’s a tweaking sys admins dream.

Get the details here.

Why we built Print Deploy

Yesterday we released Print Deploy.

That feels extremely satisfying to write. I’ve been a part of the team working on this initiative for many, many months. It feels wonderful to make it available to everyone finally!

Here’s the story about why we built it.

Hello PaperCut 19.1, goodbye print queue deployment blues

PaperCut’s been solving print management for a long time. But what about the print enablement piece of the puzzle?

Deploying print queues, for example? Now there’s a pain point that’s annoyed system admins forever, and it’s only been getting worse.

Until now.

Windows, Linux, Mac … PaperCut’s your choice

Mac, Windows, or Linux? Which server’s best for your environment?

And what about your users? What’s their preferred operating system? Android, iOS, ChromeOS, Windows, Linux?

So. Many. Choices.

Fortunately, there’s one print management solution that works happily with ALL of them …

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