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Xerox AltaLink Devices Achieve Common Criteria Certification

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Xerox’s (NYSE: XRX) AltaLink® devices are the first multifunction printers (MFPs) to be certified by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) under rigorous new testing standards.

Apps Take Center Stage at Xerox Channel Partners’ Personalized Application Builder Forum

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For Xerox channel partners looking to increase recurring revenue and maximize value to clients, there was an app event for that.

Personalization to Take a 360 Degree Turn in the Xerox Booth at PACK EXPO

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Attendees at the 2017 PACK EXPO packaging tradeshow will be able to watch variable images get printed directly on a plastic cup. The demonstration will showcase 360 degree printing capabilities on three-dimensional cylindrical objects, taking Xerox’s Direct to Object Inkjet Printer one step further.

Xerox and Fujifilm’s North American Reseller Partnership to Expand Collective Inkjet Portfolios

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Xerox and FUJIFILM North America Corporation’s Graphic Systems Division today announced a reseller agreement for Xerox to market and sell the Fujifilm J Press 720S in the U.S. and Canada.

Xerox Offers Solutions that Connect the Physical and Digital Worlds at PRINT 17

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How can today’s commercial printers bridge the physical and digital worlds through innovative solutions in printing technology, workflow software and personalization? The answers will be on display at the Xerox booth at PRINT 17.

Xerox DocuMate 6460 and 6480 Scanners Help Businesses Bridge the Path Between Paper and Digital

One formidable obstacle in the way of achieving the efficiency of paperless operations has been the onerous task of converting paper documents to digital files. Xerox today introduced a solution that enables large and small businesses to overcome this hurdle: the DocuMate® 6460 and 6480 compact desktop scanners designed for scanning, storing, and organizing up to 10,000 double-sided pages daily.

Xerox Celebrates an Innovation That Transformed Business Communications

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In 1969, in his lab in Webster, N.Y., Xerox engineer Gary Starkweather was challenged with improving the speed of an early fax machine. His research led to an invention of laser printing, which profoundly changed how people and businesses communicate around the world.

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