Chair of the Board and CEO of Xerox, Anne Mulcahy, focused her remarks on making information the focus of Information technology. She sees a change from machines processing data to documents serving as "containers" in which information is presented for human processing. It’s about "smartening up" documents.
She listed three steps…make dumb documents smart, allowing for better management of documents, and eventually leading to self-management of documents. Keys are the innovation focus of Xerox, and a security that once documents go from electronic to hard copy (and many, many still do) that is called DataGlyph (http://www.xerox.com/downloads/usa/en/d/Dataglyphtech.pdf ).