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enterprise-specific

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  • Apple is in the midst of an aggressive pro-sumer campaign, and begins unveiling a variety of enterprise-specific devices, particularly centered around VoIP calling and traditional desktop computing.

    Eric Chan: "Life After Steve Jobs" -- What a Post-Jobs Apple Might Look Like

  • They'd also like more information about enterprise-specific features, functions and APIs, and to learn specific target dates for new HTC and LG handsets running Windows Phone 7.

    TechEd watchers expect Windows Phone news, Azure details

  • Given Palm's longevity and popularity in the mobile device market, a tremendous amount of such software exists, including medical software, legal software, salesforce automation software, warehouse management software, and proprietary in-house enterprise-specific applications.

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  • I do think there's a great danger in taking people off investigations that aren't, again, case - or defendant-specific but are enterprise-specific and, you know, when agents are off the streets, as my bias perhaps as a street agent, they're not making informants, they're not developing sources.

    CNN Transcript Apr 13, 2004

  • The VoiceSentry system learns and adapts to the enterprise-specific calling patterns.

  • Google Wave, a collaboration portal form the Mountain View, Calif. -based Internet search giant, is a similar offering, though it lacks some of the enterprise-specific features of StreamWork and Lotus Connections.

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  • "We've increasingly done many of the things that the enterprise wanted for the Mac," said Cook, citing things such as Apple's Boot Camp offering and the enterprise-specific features in Snow Leopard.

    Macworld

  • Google unveiled its new social networking platform, Google Buzz, and announced plans to introduce an enterprise-specific version of the tool.

    PCWorld

  • The results were even worse when the question focused on enterprise-specific applications such as CRM.

    PCWorld

  • Overview: Intelliem, an Internet-based company that provides technical consulting and enterprise-specific training, needed a new Web conferencing solution to meet growing customer demand for online delivery of services.

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