During the University Council of February 2016, we have asked several questions about the new printers and the new printer allocation policy. During the transition to a new printing system, several complaints have been raised among staff and students that ask for clarification. We have also asked about the information provision to staff and students during the transition about the new printers and print methods and we have asked about the privacy risks that are possibly exposed when using the Ricoh apps for mobile or tablet. The Board of Directors has pointed out that the faculties have a large say in the allocation of printers. Moreover, the Board has admitted that the transition to a new printing system has been accompanied by a series of start-up problems which are dealt with in the coming months. Finally, the Board stated that the privacy risks are minor.