I really need to get in the habit of checking every day...
Me too, ha ha.
I'm an IT jack of all trades...
I have a bit of experience in Software Development (PHP / HTML / CSS / jQuery / mySQL), Windows Server 2003+, Various Linux and Virtualization Flavors, and non-IPOD SAN setups.
Metallic looks like it might do what I want here.
Unless you're talking about using Metallic's Endpoint, the pricing structure seems... strange to me. Maybe I'm looking at it wrong.
The endpoint pricing seems to be ~$10 /user /month.
The Core pricing seems to be $200/tb/month for using your own storage? Seems a bit pricey to me on that front.
Bye to another Google product.
Whoa, that seems like a big one.
I agree, very surprised to see this go
And there is nothing on the market to replace it!
Not sure that’s true. I recall some vendor at SW a year or two ago... not sure it was cloud based though.
Papercut is pretty standard from my experience. But I don't remember if that used Google print or not.
Papercut provides a cloud printing service?
Kind of. It has a "driver-less" and Web-based printing GUI. You upload a file to Papercuts and it prints to the printer you selected.
We used Papercut for a bit at my last job. Not sure what we use here now.
built it when it was 0.44a... It now is showing 0.44-s.
That might only be like 3 days worth of updates, sometimes they do a crazy number of releases in a short time...
Yeah. It's not the number of updates that surprised me. It's the fact that it updated on its own. I just checked my config file and the SelfUpdate is on, so nothing broken, system working as designed.
Does MeshCentral automatically update now? I snafu'd my system and built it when it was 0.44a... It now is showing 0.44-s.
I'm not complaining, lol. Just something I noticed.
If you set it to, it will. It's done that for a long time now.
lol. Guess I better go dig into my config file, lol.
We can always turn it off again, so let's have a go with visible downvotes.
It will show if someone is on a targeted downvote crusade to lower reputation of one specific user... which we've had before.
If it turns folks sour, then as @nadnerB said, we can turn it off again.