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SurveyMonkey opens first Australian office

SurveyMonkey has listened to customer feedback and has launched its Enterprise product designed to allow businesses to collate data from multiple accounts, and will be opening an office in Sydney to provide ground support.

May 20, 2014

Call for S'pore data protection law to include public sector

Online feedback for Singapore's proposed data protection law closed last week, marking another step closer to the start of the country's data protection regime.Outlining enforcement rules and penalty for organizations, the proposed framework seeks to protect consumers' personal data through regulating the collection, use, disclosure, transfer and security of such data.

November 3, 2011 by

Is Windows Easy Transfer in Windows 7 a bit difficult?

In my capacity as man with finger in more than one editorial pie (or freelance journalist I suppose), I have been getting some feedback from Windows 7 users that the data movement wizard Windows Easy Transfer is, when using Windows 7, actually sometimes a little difficult.This tool, which I understand has been around since Vista if not before, is said to allow the user to transfer personal files, e-mail, data, files, media and settings from an old computer to a new one.

November 3, 2009 by

Summer reading...the data don't lie

We collect a lot of data on our students. State standardized tests, DIBELS, and RTI feedback from Lexia and Symphony software in particular all provide us with the opportunity to modify instruction based on specific student needs.

April 19, 2009 by

Vermedx diabetes system wins Texas trial

A Vermedx white paper describes the system as a feedback loop, which can get test results from a lab, create recommendations based on mass patient histories, then generate data for the physician and Alert Letters to patients.

May 12, 2008 by

Akamai produces a zeitgeist meter

Near instantaneous feedback loops are one of the things we expected to see more of when the World Wide Web was a newbie. The Web offers true data capture on where people focus their attention and gives insight into how people behave online -- unlike other mediums where it's largely guesswork, after the fact.

August 18, 2005 by

Akamai produces a zeitgeist meter

Near instantaneous feedback loops are one of the things we expected to see more of when the World Wide Web was a newbie. The Web offers true data capture on where people focus their attention and gives insight into how people behave online -- unlike other mediums where it's largely guesswork, after the fact.

August 18, 2005 by

CRM and the art of data capturing

Companies are scrambling to implement CRM solutions and integrate all their customer contact points. However, most find capturing customer data or feedback the most difficult part of implementing their CRM strategy.

July 25, 2001 by

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