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October 2009: Cover Story

Property of ??????????

Who owns a speech analytics application determines how the data is distributed.
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October 2009: Features

A New Kind of House Call

Outbound messaging lets medical professionals enter the home in a whole new way.
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Going Steady

How to get your vendor relationship off on the right foot.
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October 2009: FYI

Companies Can Create Digital Personality with Speech Technology

As customers gain greater power and impact on brands, companies need to use a variety of touchpoints to develop a digital personality.
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Managed Services Get a Boost in the Down Economy

Mobility, unified communications, and VoIP top the list of technology investments.
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Overheard/Underheard

Under-the-radar speech news/
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Panel Dishes on the Advantages of Hosted, Managed, and SaaSed Speech

Four high-level executives from top hosted speech firms talk about what makes sense in hosting.
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Panel Shows How to Run Speech Solutions in Lean Times

Two vendors explain how to squeeze a dime from a speech solution.
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Speech Keeps Students Safe During Hurricane Season

New Caribbean clients are keeping students safe and informed with mass notification.
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Speech Poised to Dominate the Mobile Market

Analyst Bill Meisel and designer Philip Hunter look to the future of speech in the mobile space and beyond.
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October 2009: Deployments

Across the Digital Divide

A police department gains efficiency with digital recording and transcription software.
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Multiple Means of Support

CosmoCom enables the University of Kentucky to support disparate healthcare operations.
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COLUMNS:

October 2009: Editor's Letter

Making an Emotional Connection

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October 2009: Forward Thinking

Crossing Species Boundaries

Identifying speech patterns in dairy cows challenges researchers.
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October 2009: Industry View

Pardon the Interruption

Speech remains unable to keep us focused on the task at hand.
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October 2009: Inside Outsourcing

Navigating TTS's Pitfalls

Data difficulties don't have to destroy TTS output.
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October 2009: Interact

All Dressed Up with Nowhere to Go

IVR could be the weakest link in the communications chain.
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October 2009: Talking Tech

Hello... Are You Still There?

Harking back to a simpler day when phones were less advanced.
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October 2009: Voice Value

Speech in a Virtual World, Part II

Tagging items makes them easier for speech technologies to read.
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October 2009: Standards

Standards in the Voice User Interface

Why we need them, and where we can get them.
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October 2009: Speech Solutions

Interactive Virtual Agents and Avatars

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