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Hosted Tools: The Pipkins Interview
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Questions and answers about the spread of hosting technology in the call center, with Bob Webb, vice president of sales, Pipkins.
Hosted Tools: The Five9 Interview
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Questions and answers about the spread of hosting technology in the call center, with Cary Fulbright, vice president of marketing, Five9.
Hosted Tools: The Customer Relationship Metrics Interview
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Questions and answers about the spread of hosting technology in the call center, with Jim Rembach, vice president, Customer Relationship Metrics .
Hosted Tools: The Cosmocom Interview
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Questions and answers about the spread of hosting technology in the call center, with Steve Kowarsky, executive vice president, Cosmocom.
Hosted Tools: The BeVocal Interview
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Questions and answers about the spread of hosting technology in the call center, with Assaf Baciu, senior product manager, BeVocal.
Hosted Tools: The Aspect Interview
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Questions and answers about the spread of hosting technology in the call center, with Mike Sheridan, vice president of strategy, Aspect Software.
Hosted Tools: The Echopass Interview
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Questions and answers about the spread of hosting technology in the call center, with Vin Deschamps, chief executive officer, Echopass.
Samsung s’accapare la conception gagnante de l’iPod
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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. a annoncé que la société venait de remporter une victoire importante concernant la conception des puces MP3 pour Apple Computer Inc., aux dépens de PortalPlayer Inc.
18-GHz realtime scope eases serial signal analysis
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Oscilloscope maker LeCroy Corp. introduces its pacesetting 18-GHz serial data scope, with a 60-Gsample/s sampling rate and up to 150 million points of memory. The instrument uses a unique heterodyne signal conversion scheme that eschews DSP.
Modular instrumentation system streams data using USB 2.0
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National Instruments is debuting a modular platform for sensor and electrical measurements under Windows. Useful in the lab, in the field, or on the production line, NI's CompactDAQ system offers an eight-slot chassis that accepts I/O modules capable of measuring up to 256 channels of electrical, physical, mechanical and acoustic signals. By combining plug-and-play USB with modular instrumentation, NI CompactDAQ comprises small, simple, portable, and cost-effective data-acq and test-and-measurem
How To Work Well With Corporate Recruiters
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A corporate recruiter offers up tips and insight on making the job seeker-corporate recruiter relationship work successfully.
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