Today's TechFast: Technology Takes the Spotlight in Call Centers, Car Buying and a City in Decline

By Rory J. Thompson December 10, 2014

TMC's Techfast newsletter for Wednesday, December 10, 2014:

Casual Friday, Every Day: Study Says Remote Workers Are Happier, More Motivated

Call center workers thrive when they can work at home.

No More Smarmy Salesmen: Co-Browsing Comes to Car Dealerships

The Web finally catches up with an annoying area of life.

We All Fall Down: Detroit Tech Infrastructure Failing

Power woes blamed on decades of neglect.

CRM Looking Good for the Coming Year

Trend report says focus will be on the customer. Finally.

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