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 electronic timeclocks as entry devices


Multiscreen Cloud-based Content Delivery to Serve as Backbone for Telcos
The maturity of online video and dynamic video content along with the convergence of broadcast, broadband, and mobile technologies has spurred demand for a

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Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for the Health Care Industry

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