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    Xerox toll collection problems explode in Senate hearing
    If ever there was a time to air the dirty laundry of a state agency in chaos, it’s the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and its $100 million contract with Xerox for toll collections in Central Texas. Today’s Senate...
  • The Beginnings of the Computer
    The Beginnings of the Computer
    Theoretically a computer is designed to assist people perform various forms of calculations or types of secretarial or office duties. The abacus was the first form of computer which was used for basic mathematic procedures or deductions. The...
  • Is DocuSign on their way to becoming a verb?
    Is DocuSign on their way to becoming a verb?
    Like FedEx, Xerox and Google, companies aspire to the rarefied air where their business crosses a mythical line from being merely successful to becoming a verbal figure of speech. Who hasn’t “fedexed” “googled” or ...
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    Xerox copiers discovered switching numbers on scanned documents
    A German researcher discovered that some common Xerox copiers are changing numbers on scanned document, it wasreported on Tuesday.David Kriesel said that the issues were not related to OCR -- the function was turned off, to prevent that -- nor...
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    Xerox Hawaii adding 100 new customer service positions this fall
    Xerox Honolulu is planning to increase its customer service workforce by 40% this fall. They plan to fill 100 positions, of which 70 are for a project that will last until December. They are accepting applications now and will begin hiring from...
  • Let’s Say Thanks website discontinued
    Let’s Say Thanks website discontinued
    Independence Day brings on a rash of “support the troops” emails and one that always makes the rounds is Xerox’s “LetsSayThanks.com online site for sending postcards to the troops.If an email arrives at your computer asking...
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    Xerox’s new Smart Document Review system may make filing cabinets obsolete
    Xerox demonstrated its new Smart Document Review system last week, but did not announce an actual release date.The system is the next evolution of Xerox’s CategoriX system that was created by Xerox Research Centre Europe to sort through and...
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