July 17th, 2019
Information Services has recently started work on a project to refresh the current University of Nottingham print service. Earlier in the year, Digital Futures signed off the proposal of a leaner and more sustainable print service.
The University has now signed a new contract with Xerox for a further three years and expects to make substantial savings over the course of the contract. The project will deliver these benefits to the service:
There will be an overall 18% reduction of printers across the fleet over the coming months. This is in line with the 24% decline in print volumes since 2014/15 academic year. Consultation is taking place regarding the proposed devices to be withdrawn. IS will ensure that all users retain appropriate access to print services.
The University remains committed to improving the print service whilst supporting a continued fall in printing and minimising the environmental impact of the service.
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