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Still Using Paper in Your Enterprise?

Gil Cattelain

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March 16, 2017 12:08 pm

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You can try all you want, but I’m willing to bet that you’ll never truly get rid of paper in your enterprise. There are some tasks that just work better on paper than they do on a computer —like creating a quick memo to hand out in a meeting, printing pay stubs for workers and creating flyers to post around the office. After all, you can’t easily tack a tablet to a bulletin board…

For this reason, it’s no surprise that only 18 percent of companies today consider themselves to be paperless.

Since paper is still playing a vital role in the overall functionality of your organization, your company needs access to printers that are easy to connect to and reliable.  Workers should be able to print documents from any location, over any device. This should not be a difficult or time-consuming task.

To help with this, Micro Focus has released a new version of the iPrint product — version 3.0 — that streamlines all aspects of printing for customers and partners.  Version 3.0 contains the latest features and fixes including:

  • An update channel (for quick access to the latest software updates);
  • Web Upload Print (QuickPrint);
  • Badge Release Support with Ethernet-241;
  • A new printer portal;
  • License enforcements;
  • Auditing enhancements for AirPrint jobs and
  • An improved LDAP import model.

Using iPrint version 3.0 from Micro Focus, IT administrators can spend less on maintenance and overhead and ensure a positive printing experience for workers and guests.

To learn more information about iPrint 3.0, click here.

Thanks for reading!

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