Today's TechFast: Call Center Hiring, Videoconferencing Both Coming into Sharper Focus

By Rory J. Thompson December 02, 2014

TMC's Techfast newsletter for Tuesday, December 2, 2014:

Visually impaired get a leg up on call center work with new software

With call centers scrambling to ramp up hiring, those with visual problems now have a new way to join the workforce.

See that? Videoconferencing gaining wider acceptance in the enterprise

A new report looked at video in the workplace, and the results are encouraging.

Answering the call: ‘Obamacare’ wait times are reduced this time around

With the first couple of weeks of the ACA relaunch officially under the country’s collective belts, it appears things are going quite a bit more smoothly.

Microsoft appears ready to pull the trigger on Acompli buy

Plans seems to be quite cemented about Microsoft's plans to buy Acompli, a company focused on email.

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