PaperCut 20.0 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.
PaperCut's Global Print Driver provides a vendor-neutral solution to make both printing and administration easier for organizations with mixed fleets. Wide compatibility PaperCut's Global Print driver is designed to work on the widest possible range of printers out of the box and supports all main print features - duplex, color, paper size.
- Papercut Mobility Print allows for native printing from your macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, or Chrome device. Instructions vary depending on the device OS, but the basic idea is the same: set up the printer once, then you can print to MobilityPrint and release your job.
- Tags mac printing papercut The recommended method for printing from a MAC is web or mobility printing - please try these instructions first: Mobile Printing - PaperCut If this isn't sufficient for your needs, then below are alternative instructions.
That’s not all, there’s so much more…
But, why should you want to get your hands on PaperCut 20.0? Aha! Yes, thank you for asking! Here’s what you’ll find inside the new release!
Papercut Mobility Print Download Mac Os
If you’re in healthcare, this one’s a biggy. PaperCut MF 20.0 has a brand new integration with Epic. With new Epic compliance (and further Cerner support), hospitals and healthcare providers now have strong print management features like secure printing, Find-me printing and print log tracking.
WHO WANTS IT?
SME organizations such as clinics, right through to large enterprise style hospitals.
Self-service printer installation
We’re continuing to reduce IT burden with new features in our print enablement tool, Print Deploy. IT admins can now choose to deploy printers that will be automatically installed OR optionally installed by the user.
WHO WANTS IT?
This new feature is ideal for environments where:
- IP ranges don’t entirely reflect physical locations for distributed sites
- Users need to choose speciality or specific printers (e.g. B&W printers)
BETA: PaperCut Mobility Print gets cloud functionality
Coinciding with the 20.0 release but in beta, our clever (if I may say so) BYOD solution Mobility Print gets brand new functionality in July/August (at this stage): users will print securely over the internet from Mac, Windows and Chromebooks.
WHO WANTS IT?
This feature, which ensures Mobility Print is the perfect Google Cloud Print replacement, is ideal for environments where:
- Users are not connected to the organizations wifi
- Users need to submit jobs while remote
- The organization’s wifi is just an internet connection, with no access to corporate infrastructure
But be aware, it’s in Beta, so it’s not available right now.
We’ll make the functionality available when it’s ready, and deliver via the cloud. So you won’t need to download a new version of PaperCut when it’s ready. Hooray for continuous delivery via the cloud!
Automatic Application Server failover*
This is a new in-app solution to protect the PaperCut Application Server Layer, where clustering or virtualization technologies cannot provide failover.
WHO WANTS IT?
We made this feature for organizations that are using a network load balancer within their network infrastructure. This gives them the option to harness the power their NLB offers and use it to provide automatic failover at the PaperCut MF Application Server layer. Maybe that’s you?
* By the way, see the asterisk in the title? That just refers to the requirement that you’ll need Network Load Balancer (NLB).
And other goodies
We haven’t stopped at four pretty cool new features. Oh no. There’s also exciting new goodies such as:
Data integrations platform
Enables 3rd party reporting tools to gain access to PaperCut MF data. It lets you optimize your print fleet and understand trends of usage over time to make informed decisions.
Option to default Duplex and Grayscale settings, at the time of print release
Looking to further reduce print costs and your environmental impact? With this new feature, you simply set a config key for each setting (Duplex, Greyscale), and the checkboxes will already be ticked for users when they log in to the device (supported on Ricoh, HP OXP, Xerox, Fuji-Xerox, Toshiba V3).
Fans of Lexmark MFDs get an updated user experience at the device. This’ll be super special if you have Lexmarks in a mixed fleet environment, because now you’ll have a consistent user experience. Nice.
Sharp language selection
On Sharps, users can personalize their language experience at the device. Prior to 20.0, language was centrally selected by sys admin. Not anymore! Just look at the new options:
- Students in Wales can select English or Welsh
- Employees in Quebec can select French
- Spanish language in the US
- Suits regions with strong regional language laws: Welsh in UK, Catalonia in Spain, Quebec in Canada
- Suits multi-language countries: Switzerland, Belgium
Note that these options are present in region only.
Speaking of languages, te reo Māori is available on the device in New Zealand. So if the device is set for English, a Māori speaker can change the language via the touchscreen at the device.
Plus. in 20.0 sys admins can set scan paper size to auto detect. And before you ask, yes – if you have mixed page sizes to scan, this clever new feature will detect it and change the paper size to suit.
IN THE PERCOLATOR
Google Cloud Directory multiple-domain support (UPN)
It’s a bit sad that this one’s way down here at the bottom, but it’s in beta stage at the moment, so it kind of has to live in its own section.
This one brings multi-domain user import/authentication support for Google G Suite. It means you can sync and authenticate users against many G Suite domains and/or sub-domains. That’s handy for large customers that might have people with the same name in the different domains, as the UPN is used for the unique identifier.
How can you download PaperCut 20.0?
Head on over here or if you want more of the nitty-gritty details, check out the release notes.
By the end of 2020, Google Cloud Print will cease to be supported by Google. Users all over the world will find themselves searching for a free and user-friendly BYOD printing alternative. Luckily, PaperCut has decided to offer Mobility Print as a free download. This means that customers can continue printing from Chromebooks, iPads, iPhones, Macs, Windows, and Android devices without skipping a single beat.
In today’s technological landscape, BYOD printing has become a basic need. With workplaces becoming ever more connected and mobile devices becoming more ubiquitous by the year, people need a reliable and versatile way to print their documents from their device of choice. PaperCut shares this view with users everywhere. That’s why Mobility Print is now being offered as a standalone free download.
What Mobility Print Brings to the Table
Mobility Print is not simply a timely replacement for Google Cloud Print – it’s a service with long and trusted history, replete with a massive selection of features designed to make BYOD printing easier than ever before. More than 10 million people are already using Mobility Print.
Print from Chromebooks and More!
Mobility Print automatically installs drivers for a vast range of devices including Chromebook, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Windows, Android devices, and more. This allows users to intuitively print directly from their devices.
Native UI printing means that you can simply hit ctrl+P or click “Print” in your device’s interface and instantly print from almost any application. This ease of use makes Mobility Print a natural fit for nearly any environment, particularly workplaces where adaptability and efficiency are priorities.
Easy to Set Up
It’s easy to set up Mobility Print at PaperCut’s simple self-setup page. In a matter of a few clicks, the service is good to go. Users will be printing from their devices in no time at all.
Optimised with Google
PaperCut has worked closely with Google to ensure that Mobility Print is optimised for use with Chromebooks. As the most adopted device in education – and a growing feature of the business landscape – Chromebooks are essential for tens of millions of people the world over. PaperCut has worked hand in hand with Google to ensure that Mobility Print is perfectly compatible with the now-pervasive devices.
A World of Printing Possibilities
Mobility Print can be the first step on the road toward the wide world of potential that PaperCut has to offer. Once users and organisations experience the convenience and intuitive function of this cloud printing solution, the ability to upgrade to take advantage of PaperCut’s many features will be an obvious choice.
Full Control & Visibility with PaperCut
If users choose to upgrade to PaperCut MF or NG, they’ll be able to avail themselves of a whole range of incredible features. PaperCut allows admins to see who prints what and when, opening the door to new levels of efficiency and control over their organisation’s printing costs – both financial and ecological – as well as user behaviour.
Off-Network Printing is Coming to PaperCut
When it comes to cloud printing, convenience is key. That’s why PaperCut is working on adding off-network printing to their products. The new service will be smart and adaptive, keeping your printing jobs local when possible in order to make the whole process fast and simple. For added convenience and security, all cloud jobs are encrypted and compressed.
The ultimate purpose of printing with Mobility Print and PaperCut is total convenience, reliability, and security. Direct your users to PaperCut’s simple setup page to let them experience it firsthand.