A recent survey, conducted by two-factor authentication provider Swivel Secure, found some 74.2% of business owners keep a written log or have another type of offline system to record passwords.
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Place 2014, the leading industry event produced by Opus Research and held July 22 in New York City, brought together a range of developments and ideas: indoor location, online-to-offline tracking, and proximity-based mobile marketing. The agenda and presentations below reflect the what’s next for indoor location with perspectives and expertise from brands, retailers, agencies, technology providers, regulators, and investors.
Opus Research is a research-based advisory firm providing critical insight and analysis of enterprise spending on software and services that support multimodal customer care. Opus Research calls this market “Conversational Commerce” with tailored coverage and sector analysis to include: Self-Service… Read More ›
Nuance is launching a Conversational Ad initiative with Nuance Voice Ads.
West’s S-1 filing shows prospective investors the financial results of a well-diversified technology company, divided into two separate operating units.
After years on the “acquisition candidate” short list, hosted conversational commerce specialist Angel has found a new corporate parent in Genesys, which has reached a definitive agreement to acquire the firm from Business Intelligence specialist MicroStrategy.
A new program from Nuance Communications, informally called “Call Steering Fast Start,” will introduce shorter deployment times and lower costs for firms that can benefit from taking a constrained approach to speech-based Call Steering.
Opus Research has moved offices (roughly 500 Yards) from 300 Brannan Street to 350 Brannan Street.
On March 1, Chuck Buffum, VP Authentication Solutions, Mobile & Enterprise Division at Nuance will join me for a Webcast to share perspectives on the trends that are shaping the global voice biometrics marketplace.
It hasn’t taken long for Nuance to deliver on the promise of integrating PerSay’s product line into its Enterprise Software portfolio.