A type of call center that is designed to receive a large volume of requests — or inbound calls — from customers by telephone. Inbound call centers typically handle telephone requests for product or technical support, account assistance, sales, subscription management, billing and other inquiries from consumers.
- outbound call center
A type of call center that is designed to send a large volume of requests — or outbound calls — to customers by telephone. Outbound call centers typically handle telephone communications for sales, account upgrades, subscription offers, telephone marketing and debt collection. See
- call center
A call center is a centralized office — or facility — that is equipped to handle large amounts of customer telephone requests for an organization. A call center handles all telephone communications with new and existing customers. A call center facility provides ample workspace for a large number of employees, typically referred to as “call […]
- MenuetOS open source operating system
An open source operating system (OS) written entirely in 32/64-bit assembly language that supports 32/64 bit x86 assembly programming for less resource-hungry applications. Menuet64 is released under License and Menuet32 under GPL. MenuetOS is also called MeOS.
- KolibriOS open source operating system
An open source operating system (OS) that fits on a single 1.44MB floppy disk and is able to run on x86 computer systems with 8MB of RAM. As many applications in the KolibriOS are compressed, the lightweight operating system still offers a graphical environment complete with text editors, system utilities, games, browser, media player and […]
- MINIX open source operating system
An open source operating system (OS) that was first released to the public in 1987 as a Unix clone. MINIX was written by Professor Andrew S. Tanenbaum as a teaching operating system for x86 computers. The last release of MINIX was in April, 2006 (MINIX 3.1.2). MINIX may also be written as Minix.