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It Pays to Understand the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for Mobile Computers
One of the first and seemingly simple questions that companies ask when making IT investments is “how much does it cost?” Many often find themselves wondering why—even after a successful implementation—their costs keep going up. When evaluating a mobile workforce automation project, companies should take the time to conduct a thorough total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis to detect hidden costs—and avoid nasty surprises.

VOICE COMPUTERS: It Pays to Understand the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for Mobile Computers It Pays to Understand the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for Mobile Computers Source: Intermec Document Type: White Paper Description: One of the first and seemingly simple questions that companies ask when making IT investments is “how much does it cost?” Many often find themselves wondering why—even after a successful implementation—their costs keep going up. When evaluating a mobile workforce automation project,
7/13/2007 11:19:00 AM

Voice over IP Manageability
Voice over IP Manageability. Get Free Documents Related To Voice over IP Manageability. The average personal computer (PC) costs an enterprise $10,000 (USD) per year to own and maintain—five times the purchase price of the hardware and software! Is it possible to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) of technology platforms? Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) manageability can be a crucial step in self-provisioning users and unburdening valuable network professionals.

VOICE COMPUTERS: Voice over IP Manageability Voice over IP Manageability Source: ShoreTel, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: The average personal computer (PC) costs an enterprise $10,000 (USD) per year to own and maintain—five times the purchase price of the hardware and software! Is it possible to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) of technology platforms? Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) manageability can be a crucial step in self-provisioning users and unburdening valuable network professionals.
5/8/2007 3:15:00 PM

A Product Note: Attensity and the Voice of the Customer
Attensity has found a way to truly capture the voice of the customer with its new breed of customer experience management (CEM) solutions. TEC analyst Jorge García looks at how Attensity’s CEM products can help organizations analyze customer conversations across multiple channels, extract actionable data and insights, and route conversations for rapid and effective response, improving their customers’ experience and loyalty.

VOICE COMPUTERS: Note: Attensity and the Voice of the Customer A Product Note: Attensity and the Voice of the Customer Jorge García - January 12, 2012 Read Comments About Attensity Attensity , an organization with more than 10 years of experience in the customer intelligence market, provides solutions for analysis of unstructured data and offers a new breed of Customer Experience Management (CEM) solutions. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with offices throughout the United States, Germany, and the
1/12/2012 5:50:00 PM

Clear Voice over Wi-Fi
For consumers, fixed/mobile convergence (FMC) means a world where integrated voice and data services are available anywhere through a single mobile handset. For carriers, FMC represents a lucrative opportunity to leverage inexpensive technology. This technology, however, has its technical challenges, making performance hard to predict. To be successful, carriers need to understand the factors that influence this behavior.

VOICE COMPUTERS: Clear Voice over Wi-Fi Clear Voice over Wi-Fi Source: Ruckus Wireless Document Type: White Paper Description: For consumers, fixed/mobile convergence (FMC) means a world where integrated voice and data services are available anywhere through a single mobile handset. For carriers, FMC represents a lucrative opportunity to leverage inexpensive technology. This technology, however, has its technical challenges, making performance hard to predict. To be successful, carriers need to understand the factors that
11/7/2007 1:35:00 PM

Sit Down and Have a Long Talk with Your E-Business Application
Locus Dialogue Inc. announced a solution developer partnership with Great Plains. Through this partnership Locus Dialogue will speech-enable access to solutions from Great Plains. I can hear it now… 'DAMN IT, JIM !! I’m an e-commerce app, not an ACCOUNTANT!'

VOICE COMPUTERS: a service call via voice instructions. Locus is not alone in its delivery of voice recognition software. Industry participants such as IBM, Philips, Dragon Systems and Voice Express all offer a form of speech software. Equal challenges among these participants include, ease of use, adoption and performance. The Locus/Great Plains development agreement is worth watching to discover the application adoption and usage rate. If successful, perhaps voice integrated self service applications will become
8/25/2000

Five Standard Features Any VoIP System Should Have
The move to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is fraught with technical and other considerations, but the gains in productivity and efficiency and long-term manageability, application integration, and multimodal communications options outweigh the problems if the map forward is well thought out. Read about the 5 features that your VoIP system should have for it to be considered the right solution for your enterprise.

VOICE COMPUTERS: Description: The move to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is fraught with technical and other considerations, but the gains in productivity and efficiency and long-term manageability, application integration, and multimodal communications options outweigh the problems if the map forward is well thought out. Read about the 5 features that your VoIP system should have for it to be considered the right solution for your enterprise. Five Standard Features Any VoIP System Should Have
1/7/2011 10:20:00 AM

The Hidden Benefits of VoIP Revealed
The appeal of VoIP is straightforward: By converging voice and data into a single, unified network, businesses can lower costs and increase productivity, as the scaled-down VoIP infrastructure is easier and less expensive to maintain. Read this white paper to gain a competitive advantage with VoIP’s four “secret weapons”: rich media, mobility, unified communications, and virtual workplaces.

VOICE COMPUTERS: is straightforward: By converging voice and data into a single, unified network, businesses can lower costs and increase productivity, as the scaled-down VoIP infrastructure is easier and less expensive to maintain. Read this white paper to gain a competitive advantage with VoIP’s four “secret weapons”: rich media, mobility, unified communications, and virtual workplaces. The Hidden Benefits of VoIP Revealed style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IP
5/14/2013 4:29:00 PM

Experiencing the Customer Experience: Listening to, Learning from, and Acting on the Voice of the Customer
To ensure a positive customer experience, companies must first learn what their customer values, and then determine how they are measuring up to those values. Obtaining and taking action on customer feedback is what customer experience management is all about.

VOICE COMPUTERS: and Acting on the Voice of the Customer Experiencing the Customer Experience: Listening to, Learning from, and Acting on the Voice of the Customer Bruce Culbert - February 28, 2007 Read Comments There s a new three-letter acronym making the rounds out there—and it s already getting on my nerves. The acronym? CEM. The term? Customer experience management . To be sure, the underlying idea is attractive. There is certainly value in a positive customer experience, and it s worth exploring the many ways in
2/28/2007

IP Phone Buyer’s Guide
IP Phone Buyer's Guide. Find Solutions and Other Information Related to the IP Phones Long-term cost savings and extensive feature sets make voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems an attractive option for many businesses. But with prices for a single VoIP phone ranging from $150 to $700 (USD) or more, switching to VoIP can be an expensive proposition. Find out what to look for in a VoIP phone system, how to buy, what you can expect to pay, and how to get the most out of your investment.

VOICE COMPUTERS: extensive feature sets make voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems an attractive option for many businesses. But with prices for a single VoIP phone ranging from $150 to $700 (USD) or more, switching to VoIP can be an expensive proposition. Find out what to look for in a VoIP phone system, how to buy, what you can expect to pay, and how to get the most out of your investment. IP Phone Buyer’s Guide style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT
10/10/2008 11:43:00 AM

Settling the VoIP Debate: Hosted VoIP vs. VoIP PBX
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are growing in popularity among businesses of all sizes. Both Hosted VoIP and VoIP PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems are available, with differing advantages and disadvantages related to bandwidth, cost, customization, and life expectancy. This white paper compares the advantages and disadvantages of hosted VoIP versus VoIP PBX systems and gives advice for businesses in the process of making a VoIP purchasing decision.

VOICE COMPUTERS: Type: White Paper Description: Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are growing in popularity among businesses of all sizes. Both Hosted VoIP and VoIP PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems are available, with differing advantages and disadvantages related to bandwidth, cost, customization, and life expectancy. This white paper compares the advantages and disadvantages of hosted VoIP versus VoIP PBX systems and gives advice for businesses in the process of making a VoIP purchasing decision. Se
11/19/2012 11:47:00 AM

Intel Throws its Red Hat into Linux Ring
Red Hat said that Intel plans to make Red Hat Linux software available on powerful server computers designed to run websites.

VOICE COMPUTERS: Intel Throws its Red Hat into Linux Ring Intel Throws its Red Hat into Linux Ring R. Krause - November 3, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary 10/26/99 - Red Hat said on Tuesday that Intel plans to make Red Hat Linux software available on powerful server computers designed to run websites. Red Hat said Intel plans to bundle the Red Hat Linux operating system on servers Intel is supplying to ISPs 1 . Intel has launched a program aimed at boosting its share of the server market, which has been dominated by
11/3/1999


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