PaperCut Blog

New & Noteworthy in PaperCut v15.1

  PaperCut 15.1 – released June 2015 Extra security with user audit logs Hiding document names in print queues PaperCut LPD Service: a Windows service to accept print jobs Web Print and Email to Print now supports image file uploads Custom print job time outs New environmental calculations to support savings Dell A4 embedded integration […]

V14.3: The importance of accessibility

Physical barriers to technology in the workplace can prevent people with a disability from being productive and working to their full potential. Imagine the difficulties in reading small text on a monitor screen if you are vision impaired, or using a touch screen on a photocopier from a wheelchair. It’s important for all of us […]

What’s new in PaperCut v14.2?

PaperCut version 14.2 is out now! Let’s have a look through some of the new developments:   Reduce admin overhead with ID number auto-generation. Are you looking to streamline authentication at MFDs in your organization using an alternative to the usual convention of username / PIN and password?   PaperCut v14.2 provides a quick and […]

The PaperCut demo – a look behind the scenes

This is a short behind-the-scenes blog post about our new Live Demo. We’ve always striven to minimize the barrier-to-entry to adopting PaperCut. We’ve worked hard since day one (1999) to offer an application that’s easy to install and to evaluate (direct downloads, unlimited feature trials, full support during trial). However there has always been one […]

Where is Benin?

We’re working on a new website design at the moment and I’ve been crafting some new content for the home page. We’ve always proclaimed that PaperCut is in use in over 60 countries, but this was based on figures back in 2006. I was wondering if we’d added any more to the list over the […]

PaperCut Print Logger now in Italian

A big thanks to Alessia and her team for their work in translating PaperCut Print Logger into Italian. Alessia and her team undertook the work as part of a software localization course at San Pio V University in Italy. It’s great to see Universities focusing some of their attention on real-world projects. Practical projects where […]