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North Georgia sees cost savings from new copy/print system

The University of North Georgia is already seeing the financial difference from moving to a managed copy/print system at the start of the semester. In the few short months since launch, the university has reported saving more than $1,200 and the equivalent of 1.6 trees worth of unclaimed print jobs since making the switch in August.

Washington College implements new print and copy system

Washington College has moved to printing solutions provider, ink, from previous provider Pharos. Ink leverages touchscreen kiosks, called SmartStations, to support print, copy and scanning.

Bowling Green implements new campus print system

Beginning this fall Bowling Green State University has switched is copy and print provider to Papercut, ending its previous partnership with Pharos Remote Print. The changeover took place during the summer months, when all campus printers and multi-function devices were replaced with new devices powered by PaperCut software.

Nebraska startup takes new approach to campus print and copy

Nebraska-based startup, Ink, is taking a new approach to on-campus printing that leverages kiosks and a cloud-based interface that's introducing new levels of flexibility to student printing. In addition to basic printing and copying, the SmartStation supports document scanning and from a large touch screen enable students to digitally sign with their finger.

El Camino College updates print & copy services

El Camino College's has installed a new copy and print system from Pharos at its Schauerman Library as part of a planned modernization that promised to overhaul student printing. The new system has incorporated automated touch screens that see students swipe their campus cards with a at the machine to access their account and release print jobs.

Gannon University overhauls campus print services

Erie, Pennsylvania's Gannon University is overhauling its campus copy/print system, giving students the ability to remotely print from their laptop, tablets and phones, as well as cycle out aging printer hardware.

Ohio University libraries are now pay to print

Libraries on Ohio University's campus are now pay to print for students via the university's student ID and Bobcat Cash accounts. The change is expected to eliminate registration holds due to printing charges on student bills, as well as introduce more flexibility in printing as students will also be able print from personal computers and mobile devices.

ITC Systems acquires rival GoPrint

ITC Systems has acquired rival print software vendor GoPrint in a move that will extend ITC’s print solution deployment capabilities. The acquisition of GoPrint marks the addition of an established...

Does money really grow on trees?

Walk into virtually any computer lab or library on a college campus and you’re likely to see rows of print stations processing countless print jobs. Look a little closer and...

ITC Systems adds netZtouch technology to PaperCut

The College of New Jersey will be installing 14 netZtouch copy/print release terminals from ITC Systems this summer, with the new installations featuring compatibility with PaperCut. The Australia-based PaperCut provides...
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