Leeds Metropolitan University partners with HP to develop green print strategy
DTP Group and HP have combined forces to help Leeds Metropolitan University implement a Managed Print Service.
We may live in a cloud-focused world, but there's still very much a role for the humble printer.
In the world of academia, demand for print services can eat into finances and result in uncessary wastage. However, a managed print strategy can help reduce costs and complexity.
Leeds Metropolitan University is a case in point. It has embraced a greener printing strategy and reduced the number of print-related devices from around 5,000 down to just 235.
In this short video, Shane Buckman, associate director of technology services at Leeds Metropolitan University, shares the strategy and outcomes of the implementation of a DTP HP managed print service.
Howard Hall, DTP's group managing director also discusses the close partnership that's been developed between DTP and Leeds Metropolitan University.
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