Wednesday, February 13, 2013Xerox touts new software for MFPs Company says the ConnectKey platform lets users access cloud storage directly, makes mobile printing easier and allows IT to better manage its devices
Tuesday, May 10, 2011Cisco, Xerox join for mobile printing The companies plan to make printing faster and easier for employees on the move, adding software to routers and switches to make the process faster and more secure
Friday, March 11, 2011Xerox researcher wins prestigious printing award The vice-president of Xerox's Canadian research lab said the Robert F. Reed Technology Medal came one day after he became a grandfather for the first time. The award recognizes outstanding scientists and engineers in the graphic communications industry
Tuesday, September 21, 2010Xerox enables remote printing from smart phones The company's Mobile Print Solution lets users print e-mail, documents and presentations from mobile devices and tablets. Xerox's competitors offer similar services
Thursday, April 01, 2010HP to keep investing in hot print services market With a formidable rival in Xerox and new competition on the way from Dell, senior HP executive Bruce Dahlgren promised significant investments to its new managed print services unit. The company also did not rule out future acquisitions to support the printing services group
Tuesday, March 30, 2010Mulcahy to step down as Xerox chairman Anne Mulcahy was chief executive officer of Xerox Corp. from 2001 until 2009 and is credited with turning the printer and copier manufacturer around. She started her career as a salesperson in 1976.
Thursday, March 25, 2010Tsaparis moves up, Galanis moves in at HP Canada Long-time HP Canada chief Paul Tsaparis moves to the U.S. organization, while Chicago-based Paul Galanis takes the helm in Mississauga. IDC's Sebastien Ruest reflects on the differing management style of the "tour-of-duty" CEO
Thursday, March 25, 2010BREAKING NEWS: New CEO at HP Canada Peter Galanis takes over the reins from long-time leader Paul Tsaparis
Monday, September 28, 2009Xerox eyes US$6.4B acquisition of outsourcer ACS More trouble for independent IT services providers is expected with Xerox’s move to expand beyond document management ...
Wednesday, September 23, 2009A peek into Xerox R&D Scientists at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada reveal their research on reusable paper, printable organic electronics, photoreceptors that heal, editing colour using natural language and more. Plus, Xerox’s R&D strategy described by CTO Sophie Vandebroek. WITH VIDEO
Monday, January 07, 2008CompTIA announces new printing, document imaging certification CompTIA introduces new certification for printing and document imaging pros
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Monday, September 11, 2006Printing is moving on up CIOs agenda While Jim Firestone doesn't think technology watchers will see the advent of the paperless office in the near future, the president of Xerox North America does envision a more holistic approach to document management.
Monday, July 04, 2005Xerox saves toner and energy with nanotechnology Researchers at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) received the 2005 Best Emerging Technology Award from CATAAlliance for their environmentally-friendly toner technology, called Emulsion Aggregation (EA). EA, the company says, has several advantages over standard toner technologies – it is more efficient, uses less energy, and offers significant cost savings.
Friday, June 13, 2003Xerox cuts prices, rejigs printer lines After years of being criticized for the high cost of its products, Xerox Corp. recently announced it has retooled its business strategy, launching 21 new or enhanced devices and re-categorizing its products into three lines.
Thursday, January 23, 2003Dev Bytes
Tuesday, November 19, 2002Xerox reduces North American workforce Xerox Corp. announced Tuesday that it would be reducing its workforce across North America by more than 2,400 employees over the next three months. Employees in Europe could also potentially face layoffs, as Xerox said reductions there and in other developing markets are "dependent on consultations with workers’ councils and other government policies."
Sunday, June 30, 2002Report: Xerox accounting troubles may total $6 billion The wildfire of accounting controversies engulfing Enron Corp. and tech-sector companies such as WorldCom Inc. is scorching another company, according to a report Friday in the Wall Street Journal, which said that Xerox Corp. could have to restate its 1997 to 2001 earnings to the tune of more than US$6 billion.
Thursday, June 06, 2002Document woes cost Canadian business $50-billion per year Memo to Canadian office workers drowning in paper: don’t torch those filing cabinets and photocopiers just yet. Although this country is facing a $50 billion document management crisis, experts said recently that the paperless office is still a mere twinkle in the eye for most mangers.
Thursday, August 23, 2001Adobe-Xerox spat slows TIFF-FX Internet fax standard The Internet Engineering Task Force has slammed the brakes on its plans to develop a common way of sending faxes over the Internet, due to last-minute licensing problems between rivals Adobe Systems Inc. and Xerox Corp.
Thursday, August 09, 2001Adobe and Xerox tiff slows Internet fax standard The Internet Engineering Task Force has slammed the brakes on its plans to develop a common way of sending faxes over the Internet, due to last-minute licensing problems between rivals Adobe Systems Inc. and Xerox Corp.
Thursday, June 14, 2001Xerox abandons SOHO market Xerox Corp. announced Thursday that it will exit the small office and home office (SOHO) business segment, a move the company says will sharpen its focus and support its restructuring plan.
Thursday, April 19, 2001Look who's gaining Corporations saddled down with bureaucracy can't keep pace with today's market, and the freewheeling New Economy players snickered as their market valuations soared.
Thursday, February 22, 2001The future of call centres is on the Web A discussion on call centres brings to mind a vision of scores of computer terminals in a room with a person sitting behind each and every one of those terminals wearing a headset. The call centre representatives are busily tapping on keys as they try to keep up with the demand of people who have either called in for help or are the target of telemarketing pitches.