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By Andrew HudsonErie, 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.

As reported by the Gannon Knight, the university has contracted with vendor ComDoc to manage the new copy/print project. As part of the overhaul, a total of 110 new multi-function Xerox print, copy and scanning devices have been installed to help streamline an update printer hardware on campus. The move consolidates the Gannon IT Services printer fleet from 600 units to under 200 total devices.

Some of the legacy printers will be kept as spares or used for expansion as needed, but the update in hardware was sorely needed, as it’s estimated that some of the devices on Gannon’s campus had been in use for as long as 15 years.

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