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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Idaho business scams underline need for address verification

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Address verification could prove crucial to businesses in Idaho, following a spate of scams.

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Is your customer relationship software living up to expectations?

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CRM software is falling in short in some areas, some companies claim, despite the growing need for customer-led responses to problems.

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E-Verify will be detrimental to farmers, claims US Representative

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US Representative Rick Larsen is preparing to vote against the internet-based E-Verify system, because of the impact he believes it will have on farmers.

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Technology and mobility driving move to paperless offices

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More businesses are seeing the value of the paperless office.

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Businesses must treat software 'as an asset'

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Firms can improve efficiency by doing an inventory of their software assets.

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New Mexico judge blocks driver license address verification plans

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A New Mexico judge has placed a temporary block on plans to introduce new address verification measures for state driver's license holders.

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Banking data center biometrics 'becoming more widespread'

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Biometrics is becoming more pervasive across the UK and US banking industry, as emerging security challenges gain wider recognition.

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Financial directors 'concerned over best use of business software'

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Financial directors are becoming increasingly concerned that business software is not being used as efficiently as it might be.

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