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Xerox-Government and Transportation Sector Technology Delivery Center Achieves ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certification

NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today announced that its Government and Transportation Sector Technology Delivery Center (GTS TDC) has achieved ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Certification. This certification ensures Xerox’s performance has efficient, predictable quality deliveries that meet customer expectations.

Xerox GTS TDC designs, develops and delivers technology transportation solutions in electronic tolling, parking, photo enforcement, fare collections and management, and computer-aided dispatch/automatic vehicle location (CAD/AVL) systems.

Proposed NJ Legislation Would Require Printer Packaging to Include Cost per Page

By Lynn Nannariello, Assistant Managing Editor, March 3, 2014

The State of New Jersey is once again proposing legislation that would require manufacturers of inkjet printers to include the average cost per page to print 1,000 impressions on the device’s packaging. The bill, which had been previously introduced but expired without gubernatorial action at the end of the State’s last legislative session, has been reintroduced and approved by the Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee; it is now bound for the full Assembly.

Xerox Hosts South by Southwest (SXSW) “Playground” Where Entrepreneurs, Educators Can Mingle, Share Ideas

WEBSTER, N.Y. — Xerox has a lot to say about education and digital technology, but instead of sending an executive to give a speech or sit on a panel, the company has decided to host the “playground” at the South by Southwest EDU (SXSWedu) conference in Austin, Texas next week.

The playground is an invite-only area at the conference where “edu-preneurs” share innovations and interact with education professionals. An estimated 10,000 people attend SXSWedu, which runs from March 3-6. 

Xerox is Making Progress for Nevadans

At the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, February 27, Xerox reported multiple progress points in its efforts to resolve issues related to Nevada Health Link. The company’s dedicated teams are moving quickly to help Nevadans get access to affordable healthcare through the exchange. For example:

Hard Disk Security for Printers, MFPs, and Copiers What Resellers Need to Know to Advise Their Customers.

It’s common knowledge that computers store information on hard disk drives. What’s not as well known is that some printers and most multifunction printers (MFPs) and copiers also contain hard disk drives that record and store data. Residual data that may remain on the disk after printing, copying, etc. could pose a risk.

Your customers’ data at risk

Recent reports on the CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes demonstrated the security risks to data stored on MFP hard disk drives. In their reports they recovered dozens of pages worth of confidential information stored on MFPs, warehoused in several used equipment facilities.

Buy or Lease Major Office Equipment?

Companies of all sized face this decision all the time. Large companies may differ from small companies budget wise but both will have to make the decision. What will cost more up front? What will cost more in the long run? What will fit your company and your budget? Can I write this off on my taxes? These are all good questions; here are some things to keep in mind when you need to make large office purchases even if you are just updating your office machines:

Xerox Selected to Implement PatientPoint Technology to Help Improve Healthcare

NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX) will help doctors improve patient engagement and delivery of care, following a $28 million contract with PatientPoint.

Xerox will work with hospitals and physician practices to introduce PatientPoint’s digital check-in and population health management software. The technology, part of PatientPoint’s patient-physician engagement suite of offerings, collects information from multiple sources into a single view to help doctors identify and address gaps in a patient’s care in and out of the exam room.

Apple and Samsung vs. The Rest

BARCELONA, Spain — Despite ground-breaking features and super-slick marketing, smartphones launching at Mobile World Congress this week have a difficult task ahead if they are to break the Apple and Samsung duopoly. Analysis into brand retention across smartphone manufacturers by WDS, A Xerox Company (NYSE: XRX), shows that 76% of Apple customers replace their iPhone with another iPhone, while 34% of all consumers switching device brands choose Samsung.

WDS, a specialist in customer care solutions for the mobile industry, conducted more than 3000 interviews with smartphone owners in three flagship smartphone markets; the U.S, UK and Australia. The data forms part of the company’s annual WDS Mobile Loyalty Audit, a global study of loyalty in the mobile industry.

Xerox Product Security Data Protection: Image Overwrite, Encryption and Disk Removal

General Purpose and Audience

Xerox Corporation nor Xerox devices could possibly know what information is sensitive to your business. This document is intended to provide users of Xerox products accurate and actionable information to help them evaluate and manage risks associated with image data stored to disk drives or other non-volatile memory.(The latest version of this document is always posted publicly at www.xerox.com/diskdrive)

A Cloud Sync Storage Battle: Who is winning your business?

You’ve probably heard all the hype about cloud storage and how it is changing the way we store and share files between all your devices. The new cloud service apps have been at a toe-to-toe race for the best services to win your business and money. What services are winning your business? What new features may you be missing?

Here is a look at the most popular cloud applications that are available on the market and how they compete with each other:

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