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Monthly Archives: November 2009

Census software to be 'tested before the count'

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The software and technology to be used in the 2010 US census will undergo a series of tests to make sure it is up to speed, according to a bureau head.

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USPS to close fewer branches

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The postal service has announced that more branches are to stay open than previously expected.

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Direct mail 'not dead'

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Direct mail marketing has survived through the economic downturn, according to a recent study.

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Credit card mail marketing 'on the rise'

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The downturn in credit card mail marketing is ending, according to an industry expert.

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Most common direct marketing mistakes revealed

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The most common mistakes made by direct mail marketers have been described in a study by a business website.

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Town asks for change in ZIP Code

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A town in Indiana has requested that the postal service change its ZIP Code.

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Server virtualization could 'simplify data management'

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The use of server virtualization could help businesses to simplify their data management centers significantly, according to an industry expert.

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USPS advises customers to 'not be too late' with cards

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USPS has advised its customers to not leave their holiday parcels, cards and mail too late if they wish to avoid the Christmas rush.

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Industry heads defend direct marketing

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Several industry heads have come to the aid of direct mail marketing and catalogues after several city councils made moves to impose bans.

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Banks boost ID fraud prevention before Christmas

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Banks and credit card companies are attempting to augment their data protection systems in the run-up to the Christmas shopping rush.

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