Thank you for your request for information about the following:
I am currently running a survey about printing within the public sector to get an understanding of the attitudes towards print, the types of technology used, and also any trends in ownership of print. I am making the following Freedom of Information Request to gather the relevant data.
How many employees do you have?
How many printers (A4, A3 single function or multi-function) do you have?
How many print servers do you have?
Do you use any print management software (Equitrac, SafeQ, PaperCut, PrinterLogic etc)?
If so, which do you use?
Who supplies your printers and print management software?
7. What is the job title of the person responsible for printers within your organization?
Your request was received on 27th April and I am dealing with it under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
- We have approximately 4300 members of staff
We have 68 printers
We have 3 printer servers managed by the BSA
Yes, we do use Print Management software
We use Equitrac
Infrastructure Manager/IT User Services Manager
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