How can a small investment in print management software save you plenty of money in the long term?
PaperCut’s saved over two billion pages thanks to its clever secure print release technology. That’s a plethora of paper, a ton of toner, and a literal forest of trees saved.
Create a ‘pay for print’ environment for your school or shared space. Users simply add money to their PaperCut account. Or, add an online payment gateway like PayPal.
Set rules and routing to help encourage duplex and black and white printing. These five printing rule tips will bring a world of improvements to your printing costs.
Looking to create a safer work environment? Start with contactless printing. Start with PaperCut.
Add a card reader to your printing device to safely release print jobs via swipe card or fob. Talk to your PaperCut reseller or Authorized Solution Center.
Your users can release their held print jobs by scanning a QR code on the printer using their mobile phone. Learn more about mobile print release.
Create a web page on your network that users can access with their PaperCut credentials, and view, delete, and release their own held print jobs.
Need to change the way you print? Learn about contactless printing, remote printing, and more.
Want to press print at home, and pick the document up later at work? You can with Mobility Print and its clever new feature Cloud Print. With Mobility Print, off-network printing’s a breeze.
Sysadmins can setup and update print queues remotely without touching a user's laptop or device. Print Deploy ensures the right print queues go to the right people, automatically.
PaperCut MF’s Direct Print Monitor feature tracks print jobs sent directly from your user’s computer to the printer, without an intervening print server.
What do I get when I get print management?
Yes. Yes we can. In fact, you can chat with a real live PaperCutter right now, depending on the hours you’re keeping.
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