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www.consulting.xerox.com InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), a global hotel and hospitality company, cut costs by over $2.5 million (US), by building with Xerox a global platform for managed print services and reducing the cost of outside printing.
www.xerox.co.uk Take a glimpse into the future and explore the latest Production Inkjet Technology opportunities Xerox could bring to your business
Learn more at www.realbusiness.com Funny Xerox commercial shows that for Ducati, testing bike aerodynamics is a far better use of time than, say, translating manuals into Portuguese, something Xerox easily manages for Ducati technical communications globally.
RealBusiness.com Xerox CMO Christa Carone, vice president Barbara Basney; and Y&R's associate creative director Corey Rakowsky, in a behind-the-scenes chat on the new ad campaign and the companies involved like Target, P&G, Marriott and Ducati.
Learn more at www.xerox.com Information security and data protection on Xerox's multifunction devices are explained by Larry Kovnat, manager of product security at Xerox. Learn how Xerox protects your business information on multifunction printers (MFPs) with data encryption and image overwrite features.
Online magazine InformationWeek reported Tuesday that Xerox (NYSE:XRX) has filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Yahoo! (NASDAQ:YHOO), Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Google's YouTube video site over disputed Internet search and e-commerce technology. Xerox alleges that Google's AdWords and AdSense software infringe on its patent "System for automatically generating queries." In addition, Xerox claims Google Maps and Google video violate a different patent regarding the updating of Web pages based on user reviews. Yahoo is alleged to have infringed on the company's query patent with Yahoo Search Marketing, Yahoo Publisher Network and Y!Q Contextual Search. Google's senior litigation counsel, in an email to InformationWeek, said: "These claims are entirely without merit, and we'll vigorously defend ourselves against them." Yahoo didn't immediately respond to the magazine's requests for comment.
[Recorded: June 4, 2001] Founded in 1970, the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) created, over a relatively short period, a paradigm shift in computing. Many of the technologies in modern personal computers, including high-quality graphical user interfaces featuring windows and icons, computer generated bitmapped graphics, Ethernet networked distributed computing, and laser printing, were mature technologies at PARC by the end of the 1970s. The platform on which many of these technologies were utilized was the Xerox Alto personal computer, developed at PARC in 1973. Although small and slow by today's standards, the Alto's flexibility made it an ideal system for hardware and software experimentation. In this talk, Alto designers Chuck Thacker and Butler Lampson describe a few of the applications and technologies the Alto enabled, as well as the exceptional working environment at PARC and the extraordinarily talented group of people who made it all happen.
John Seely Brown was chief scientist of Xerox Corporation and director of its Palo Alto Research Center for almost 20 years. His lecture answers two central questions: What made PARC so creative? Did Xerox really fumble the future to Apple? John Seely Brown is currently a USC visiting scholar and the independent co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge. His personal research interests include the management of radical innovation, digital youth culture, digital media, and new forms of communication and learning. Part scientist, part artist and part strategist, JSBs views are unique and distinguished by a broad view of the human contexts in which technologies operate and a healthy skepticism about whether or not change always represents genuine progress. www.johnseelybrown.com
Xerox CEO Ursula Burns and ACS President and CEO Lynn Blodgett discuss Xerox's acquisition of Affiliated Computer Services. The purchase of ACS is a game-changing deal for Xerox that accelerates its growth in the $150 billion business process outsourcing market and creates a $22 billion global enterprise for document technology and business process management.
XEROX buys and sells paper made from the destruction of intact areas of Canadas Boreal Forest. Contact XEROX NOW! www.greenpeace.ca
A corp advert for Fuji Xerox. Featuring acrobat team 'Tom Tom Club'. Directed by Kosai Sekine.
Check out the site about Information Overload Syndrome - www.helpios.com Xerox's funny video about Information Overload Syndrome (IOS), claiming that the very information meant to inform us is actually making us stupid! Check out the Xerox commercial, other IOS resources and more Xerox corporate comedy at helpios.com
Find out more at www.office.xerox.com Xerox ColorQube color printers using solid ink technology is evaluated by industry analysts such as David Spencer from Spencer and Associates and Matt Marshall of IDS, among others. The Xerox ColorQube is known for its green technology and emphasis on sustainability, producing 90% less waste than laser color printers, and printing 9250 pages per solid ink stick.
Learn more at www.office.xerox.com Deb Koehler, director of sustainability at Xerox, explains the sustainability advantages of solid ink printers vs. traditional laser printers. Deb addresses the impacts of waste reduction on environmental concerns such as carbon footprint, energy conservation and environmentally friendly manufacturing that Xerox practices, indicated by the Energy Star certification on various printers.
Learn more at www.office.xerox.com Xerox case study featuring Abdiel Ortiz, Court Technology Officer for the 13th District Court of Florida. Mr. Ortiz explains the reasoning behind choosing the Xerox DocuShare Enterprise Management System (ECM) over SharePoint as the court's preferable repository system. The Xerox DocuShare makes it easy to index and catalog documents, and works with existing hardware and software to keep integration simple, as Ortiz says it reduced their implementation time in half.
Learn more at www.xerox.com Xerox introduces solid ink blocks to various office workers and receives amazed reactions to this revolutionary green technology. Xerox is changing the carbon footprint of the office color printer by implementing solid ink technology that promotes sustainability, energy saving and is both environmentally and user friendly.
Xeroxography celebrates 70 years - watch the first ever TV commercial.
Note: This isnt whole version of this song real one is 14 min long :) Enjoy
The Xerox Alto Computer promotional film by Xerox. From the Triumph of the nerds, comment by Robert Cringely.
A UV coater on the Xerox iGen3 catches fire during a demo at drupa 2008.
Watch the mechanics of a running Xerox Document centre 555 digital copier.
This is a demostration of the Xerox Alto computer in 1974. The Alto, introduced in 1973, but never commercially produced, was perhaps the most innovative design in computer history: it had a mouse, a GUI, an object-oriented OS and development tools, and fast networking with the first ethernet cards. These are features that wouldn't be common until 10 years later, and even 20 years later some of them were still cutting edge.
An old Xerox commercial demonstrates why process mapping is needed to get everyone on the same page!
Xerox & Illumination - Creature Of The Night - Psychedelic Trance By DJ Dicão
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xerox and illumination
Learn more at www.xerox.com Xerox video montage featuring the evolution of the Xerox brand through TV commercials, logos and other advertisements. This video showcases the progress that Xerox has made since its inception by transitioning between historic video clips, corporate logos and current marketing materials.
Xerox unveiled the company's new brand to its 57000 employees and the world at large. The most significant change to the Xerox brand in the company's history, it is designed to be more contemporary, interactive and reflective of the company's connections with its customers, employees, innovation and the industry.
www.TilTul.com XEROX ALTO - The first workstation with Windows User Interface, mouse & network. The Computer History Museum Tour 2 See all the Tours at tiltul.com Automate your Firefox Browser with TilTul - download it at tiltul.com
Track from Xerox & Illumination´s album, XI.
Timelapse film of WSB team building 999F07 racebike
Maze War was the first networked, 3D multi-user first person shooter game. Maze War first brought us the concept of online players as eyeball "avatars" chasing each other around in a maze.
from the dvd of dvj calderon sgk-studio japan
A história do projeto do primeiro computador para uso pessoal. Inventado pela XEROX, não teve muito respaldo na época e acabou tendo seu projeto abandonado.
Profile of Anne M. Mulcahy, Chmn. & CEO
Cool advertisement of copier paper
Learn more at www.xerox.com Xerox showcases its expertise in helping customers bridge the real and virtual worlds from the office to the print shop. Xerox's Jim Firestone speaks at the Xerox Second Life event, where both real and 3D Avatar customers like NBC's Universal Pictures, Owens Corning and Convergys explain why they chose Xerox as a partner and what kinds of results their businesses have seen from this partnership.
Find out more at www.frugalcolor.com Funny Xerox commercial about the office mute button. Check out frugacolor.com for more funny and interactive content featuring the funny commercial characters in day-to-day office scenarios and offering office money saving tips, a virtual office goat and more.
Drugs are put into the office drinking water to improve worker's alertness and efficientcy. This one is funny too. lol
Learn more at www.xerox.com Xerox CTO Sophie Vandebroek's Second Life avatar discusses research in 3D virtual worlds from Xerox Innovation Group. Second Life is a virtual world created by user generated content, where Xerox has an "Island" showcasing technological innovation and more.
Learn more at www.office.xerox.com Xerox employee's child Gabby Francis explains why Xerox's solid ink environmentally friendly color printing technology enables waste reduction and various other sustainability principles supported by "green companies" such as Xerox.
1976 ad broadcast on Super Bowl
Learn more at www.xerox.com Former Xerox CEO and President Joe Wilson's employee orientation talk in the 1960s was an inspirational speech about the corporate culture, innovation, creativity and technological proficiency that is expected from Xerox employees, preserving the high standards that keep Xerox's impeccable reputation worldwide today.
Xerox & Illumination (Live)
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