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    A Healthcare Dilemma: Survey Shows Patients Are Worried About Having Their Personal Healthcare Information Stolen

A Healthcare Dilemma: Survey Shows Patients Are Worried About Having Their Personal Healthcare Information Stolen

By |Feb 22, 2017|

On display at HIMSS17, the Xerox Healthcare MFP allows healthcare professionals to route confidential information to other providers – whether down the street or across the country. This easy-to-use, cloud-based solution helps improve patient outcomes, and puts minds at ease.

Printed Books are Alive and Kicking

By |Feb 16, 2017|

With the popularity of e-books and e-readers like the Kindle, many people think book printing is a dying industry. But they’re dead wrong. Book printing is alive and well—and growing. See how high-speed color inkjet printing is changing the dynamics of localized book printing.

Spreading the Love

By |Feb 14, 2017|

We’re seizing this day of love to say thank you – to our customers and partners, the lifeblood of our business. And to our employees all over the world who start and end each day with those customers and partners in mind.

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    Part VI, National Inventors’ Day Series: Chester Carlson: Inventor of Xerography

Part VI, National Inventors’ Day Series: Chester Carlson: Inventor of Xerography

By |Feb 11, 2017|

Today is National Inventors’ Day—the perfect time to celebrate our innovators’ dogged determination at finding better solutions for common problems. At Xerox, our legacy of innovation traces back to one man: Chester Carlson, the inventor of xerography.

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    Part V, National Inventors’ Day Series: Gary Starkweather Invented the Laser Printer Over 40 Years Ago

Part V, National Inventors’ Day Series: Gary Starkweather Invented the Laser Printer Over 40 Years Ago

By |Feb 10, 2017|

Gary Starkweather invented the laser printer while working at a Xerox research lab in Webster, N.Y. more than 40 years ago. His invention spawned the digital printing industry. Today, we celebrate him in our lead-up to National Inventors’ Day.