Join us in Las Vegas for the 30th annual GWA Conference & Trade Show! As last year, we are sponsoring this event for shared space operators, workplace strategists, real estate investors and service providers.
ThinPrint Cloud Services, maker of Ezeep, the market leading software for print management in coworking spaces, will be a sponsor at this year´s GCUC conference in Los Angeles.
Find out what factors contribute to people still wishing to print and how to get the best out of both mobile devices and printed media.
Coworking Europe is an annual conference featuring the rise of Coworking and its impact on entrepreneurship, innovation and, overall, the future of the workplace.
According to Deskmag, printing is more important than coffee for coworking space users. It is also a major pain point for coworking space operators. Have a look at this infographic to see for yourself and find out how you can print without hassle and easily provide print services to your guests and customers.
We’re happy to announce that ezeep has been nominated for the German Design Award 2015 in the category Excellent Communications Design. The German Design Award is an international premium prize from the renowned German Design Council (“Rat für Formgebung”) which aims to identify, present and honor unique design trends.
ezeep is being used at more and more bigger companies and organisations – like universities – who are managing and using a lot of printers. Within those environments a printer list on the Print Now page or on desktop became quite messy for end users and involved a lot of scrolling and scanning for the right printer.
So today, we’re rolling out some new features targeted towards end users dealing with many printers: favoriting and filtering your printers.
Today we have some great news to share with you about our cloud print management service. We’re very happy to announce that ezeep has been named a Gartner “Cool Vendor” in the “Imaging and Printing Services 2014 Report” by Gartner, Inc., the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company.
A major security vulnerability has been recently discovered in OpenSSL. OpenSSL is the most popular cryptographic software library for securing communication on the internet. CVE-2014-0160, also known as Heartbleed, was disclosed to the public on April, 7.
The Heartbleed bug allows attackers to access parts of a server’s memory and could therefore be used to steal information including passwords, session IDs or even the server’s private encryption keys.
How does this affect my ezeep account?
After learning about the issue in the early morning (CEST) of April 8, we patched all affected systems within an hour. Although there is no reason for us to believe that any data has been compromised, we’ve taken additional precautions: We’ve re-keyed our SSL certificates and revoked all user sessions. You may have been logged out from ezeep and need to login again.
In light of this widespread security vulnerability we highly recommend that you change your password on ezeep and all other web services that might have been affected.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
By conducting extensive user research we found out, that people want to access their print job status on the go. Surprisingly, none of the other players in the printing market has taken advantage of the huge success of personal pagers. But with our latest product release today, those dark times are over: We’re proud to announce Job notifications for Pager. Just add your pager number to your ezeep account and receive all necesarry details about your print job in real-time.
OH MAN… this new feature. it rocks.
– Michal, Student
At ezeep we strive to support the open source community as much as we can, this is why we decided to release the technology that’s backing our newest feature under the MIT license. py-pager provides a pythonic way to send messages to one of the most popular mobile platforms out there. As usual, we’d love to hear your feedback on our newest feature. Let us know what you think via email, Twitter or Facebook!