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Case Solution for The Canadian Telecommunications: Industry Regulation and Policy

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Case Name :      The Canadian Telecommunications: Industry Regulation and Policy

Authors :           Adam Fremeth, Ken Mark

Source :             Ivey Publishing… 323 more words

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A fraud journeys over water, encounters a naked man and brings home some reindeer

It’s been a bit husk-memoir-lite, lately, this blog, so I thought I’d retrieve a little episode from the 1980s from my mental archives. One I’ve been puzzling over recently, for no particular reason. 802 more words

Travelling

Business Intelligence Platform Market by Deployment (Cloud, On-Premise), by Industry (Healthcare, Retail, Government, BFSI, Telecom & IT, Media & Entertainment, Education, Energy & Power, Manufacturing, Others) - Global Forecasts to 2019

With continual businesses going on over the years, large amount of data has been generated among the organizations. For these organizations, suitably maintaining this vast amount of data is of utmost importance. 476 more words

Market Research Company

Honduras: Operators Speed up 3G Buildout to Comply With LTE License Terms, Accelerating Data Adoption

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Honduras: Operators Speed Up 3G Buildout to Comply With LTE License Terms, Accelerating Data Adoption, a new Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, offers a precise, incisive profile of Honduras mobile and fixed telecommunications and pay-TV markets based on comprehensive proprietary data and insights from our research in the Honduran market. 630 more words

Market Research

'Smart city' plan encompasses Internet, citizen participation, open data

Montreal wants to be one of the world’s smartest cities, and it will start by offering free public Internet, encouraging citizen involvement and improving services on the web. 597 more words

Local News

"The Internet Of Every Damn Thing": Face It, Personal Gadgetry Tied To The Internet Is Selling Data About Your Habits To Businesses

Federal Trade Commission head Edith Ramirez put the matter plainly: “If I’m wearing a fitness band that tracks how many calories I consume, I wouldn’t want to share that data with an insurance company.” 598 more words

Health Insurance Companies