Lisa Vaas has been a technology journalist since 1995, when she first started writing feature articles for PC Week — which later went on to become eWEEK — that focused on Customer Relationship Management technology, the care and feeding of then-scarce technology talent, and the magic mixture of technology and business savvy that turned companies into technology leaders. Since then she’s focused on databases, including open-source databases, has chagrined Larry Ellison by scooping Oracle’s 10g release, and went on to cover information security and cybercrime, writing for publications including CIO, ComputerWorld, and PC Magazine. Most recently she’s been covering one of the only technology industries that (woefully enough) is exploding due to the weak economy: namely, Applicant Tracking System (ATS) packages used to parse resumes. Find her work at www.lisavaas.com.
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