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Mechanisms and Processes of the Internet - Mechanisms and Processes of the Internet Electronic commerce can be defined as the conduct of commerce in goods and services, with the assistance of telecommunications and telecommunications-based tools. Here, the term telecommunications can mean any existing telecommunication networks such as Public Switched Telephone Network, Integrated Services Digital Network, or even Wireless Networks. However the major and the most important telecommunication network of E-commerce is the Internet. The great possibility and potential of E-commerce has been realized with the development of the Internet....   [tags: Computers Technology Web Essays]
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Pornography on the Internet - Pornography on the Internet The Internet is a method of communication and a source of information that is becoming popular among those who are interested in the information superhighway. The problem with this world we know as Cyberspace, the ‘Net, or the Web is that some of this information, including pornographical material and hate literature, is being accessible to minors. Did you know that 83.5% of the images available on the Internet are pornographical. Did you know that the Internet’s pornography and hate literature are available to curious children that happen to bump into them....   [tags: social issues] 1711 words
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Identifying QUALCOMM Intellectual Property - Report on Identifying and Protecting QUALCOMM Inc. Intellectual Property Introduction QUALCOMM Incorporated is a leader in developing and delivering innovative digital wireless communications products and services based on the Company's CDMA digital technology. Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., QUALCOMM has boasted more than 3,000 patent portfolios in wireless industry and has licensed its essential CDMA patent portfolio to more than 125 telecommunications equipment manufacturers worldwide. Under the protection of those IP, QUALCOMM continues to enable the enterprise, network operators and manufacturers, developers and wireless end-users by providing technology innovation and leadership i...   [tags: essays research papers] 2519 words
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Regulatory Issues of VoIP - Regulatory issues of VoIP The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has worked to create an environment promoting competition and innovation to benefit consumers. Historically, the FCC has not regulated the Internet or the services provided over it. On February 12, 2004, the FCC found that an entirely Internet-based VoIP service was an unregulated information service. Currently, the FCC is not regulating VoIP, however there are still major concerns that need to be addressed. There are three main issues that are of the utmost importance to the telecommunications industry....   [tags: essays research papers] 851 words
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Frequency Spectrum Management - The management of a communications suite will be changing over the next 10 years due to a 2010 Presidential Memorandum directing the Secretary of Commerce, working through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), to collaborate with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to make a total of 500 megahertz of Federal and nonfederal spectrum available for mobile and fixed wireless broadband use. The reallocation of the frequency spectrum will nearly double the amount of the commercial spectrum and should spur investment, economic growth, and job creation while supporting the growing demand by consumers and businesses for wireless broadband services (National Te...   [tags: Technology]
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Case Study: Samsung Electronics - ... In order to understand what Samsung wants to achieve in the smartphone market and how, I will examine the company’s mission and vision statements. This process is essential in understanding the underlying drivers for Samsung’s strategy decisions in the smartphone market. The mission statement is the starting point for the strategies and plans. (Drucker, 1973). Statement of the problem: To analyze the advertising effectiveness of Samsung mobile phone and also study the consumer’s perception about the Samsung advertising....   [tags: business analysis] 1350 words
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The Development of Singapore - Singapore is an island and a smallest country in Southeast Asia. Singapore is one of the “Four Asian Tigers” where the world major cargo seaport occurs. Despite the small size of the nation, Singapore economy have strong international trade link with capitalist mixed economy when the government intervention in the market is minimal (Economy watch, 2011). Since Singapore gained sovereignty in 1965 from Malaysia, its politics has been dominated by the People Action Party. Under the leadership of People Action Party, Singapore has a “distinct political culture: authoritarian, pragmatic, rational and legalistic.” Economic growth and political stability were maintained by the People Action Part...   [tags: Asia, Government, Economy]
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E Marketing vs Traditional Marketing in the Middle East - ... Middle East Internet Usage Trends To understand the growth of online advertising, the overall Middle East internet usage and internet penetration will be discussed, as it influenced that growth. Based on International Telecommunications Union figures shown in Table1, 39% of the world’s population is using the internet. The table also shows that the Middle East is at a global average rate, (38% of the Middle East population are using internet). In the Middle East 2013, 97 Million internet users were recorded over the 255 million population....   [tags: media, internet, marketing, advertising] 1442 words
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Service based economy in the U.S. - Now that the United States has changed from an industrial based economy to a more service oriented economy, it means that our economic revenues are now primarily comprised by the prevalence of intangible assets, provided by services and technology for example, and less by tangible assets by means of physical labor in factories and other manufacturing industries. Because of this change, industrial production and output have been experiencing a major falloff as jobs in factories, farms, and mines that were once plentiful, are being eliminated, while jobs in the growing services sector, such as in technologies, telecommunications, and entertainment are experiencing a massive growth....   [tags: essays research papers] 354 words
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Bad Effects of The Internet: Cyber Crime - Nowadays with the growth of internet usage among people, there are always bad effect of internet. One of the problems that always occur in internet is cybercrime or scam. According to Brittanica.com cyber-crime also can be define as computer crime which the use of a computer as an instrument to further illegal ends, such as committing fraud, trafficking in child pornography and intellectual property, stealing identities, or violating privacy. Cybercrime, especially through the Internet, has grown in importance as the computer has become central to commerce, entertainment, and government....   [tags: fraud, bullying, internet] 838 words
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Barriers To Foreign Investment In The Chinese Internet Industry - Barriers to Foreign Investment in the Chinese Internet Industry Summary: Developing an Internet business in China is not easy, even though the country has the largest Internet user population among all countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Chinese laws make foreign investment difficult, and the country -- quite unlike the United States -- has strict legal controls on information and distribution and poor enforcement of intellectual property laws. This article explains the barriers facing high-tech companies in China....   [tags: China Internet Business] 1667 words
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Data Mining in a Nut Shell - Data Mining in a Nut Shell In today’s business world, information about the customer is a necessity for a businesses trying to maximize its profits. A new, and important, tool in gaining this knowledge is Data Mining. Data Mining is a set of automated procedures used to find previously unknown patterns and relationships in data. These patterns and relationships, once extracted, can be used to make valid predictions about the behavior of the customer. Data Mining is generally used for four main tasks: (1) to improve the process of making new customers and retaining customers; (2) to reduce fraud; (3) to identify internal wastefulness and deal with that wastefulness in operations, and (4)...   [tags: Essays Papers]
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SWOT Analysis of Optical Fiber Corporation - Optical Fiber Corporation SWOT ANALYSIS Environment Fiber optics is a new technology that uses rays of light instead of electricity to transmit information over optical fibers at very high speeds. The optical fibers are usually thin strands of glass that are combined into cables and used to send information and computer data in the form of pulses of light. The optical fibers provide much clearer transmission than conventional copper cable and satellite links. The world market for optical fiber continues to grow rapidly, with shipments increasing 14 percent from an estimated 7.0 million kilometers of fiber in 1990 to approximately 8.0 million in 1991....   [tags: Business, Case Study, solution] 1070 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications is a company with a goal of being a company that provides multiple services to its customers and future customers. This will yield them high profit and help them beat out the competition. This analysis will indicate what their dilemmas are and how they will go about the task to making GC successful. Stakeholder Perspectives/Ethical Dilemmas The stakeholders are speculative about the rebound of the company. In comparing the stock from three years ago to today, the stock depreciated more than fifty percent....   [tags: Business Analysis] 1041 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Introduction With the onslaught of competition in the telecommunications industry, Global Communications has come under tremendous economic pressure. Over a three-year period, stockholders have seen their investments decline more than 50% and are now questioning the ability of the company to rebound. Global Communications publicly announced that it will outsource thousands of its technical support jobs overseas and a layoff is expected. Citing contract manipulation, the Union has spoken out against the strategy stating that Global Communications failed to look at the Union as a partner and all other options should have been evaluated prior to the decision...   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1177 words
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Telemedicine a Technological Based Modality - Telemedicine is an emerging technology in contemporary healthcare. Healthcare providers acknowledge the disadvantages of a strenuous distance between patients and providers. Researches and studies, as evidenced by the scientific literature, are conducted to find a way to enhance the delivery of care. As Field (1996) stated, "the intersection of many of these efforts is telemedicine, a combination of mainstream and innovative information technologies". Telemedicine, as defined by the Field (1996), is “the use of electronic information and communications technologies to provide and support health care when distant separates the participant” (Introduction and background section, para.1)....   [tags: healthcare, telehealth, technology]
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World of Network Security Infirmities - World of Network Security Infirmities Network security is a very broad subject for me. I started out in telecommunications field as a Radiomen in United States Navy in 1992. Security was always the main mandate for my job field. I was required to have a security clearance and safeguarding equipment and information for which I had access to. The job area always had all types’ of electronic devices like computers, transmitters, receivers, electronic keying material system (EKMS) equipment, modems, brick phones, and multiplexing devices....   [tags: Threats, IT, Internet]
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How Organizations are Changing in the World Today - ... The rate of technological advancements (and apparent lack of economies of scale that such behemoths as Bell Labs once enjoyed) allows industry giants to be toppled at unprecedented rates. Instead we see a growing value in cooperatively developed integrative standards that will marry such distant cousins as content to conduit, computing to transportation, appliance functionality to communications. Thus, consolidation of firms has greater value in its portfolio effect than in economies of scope and scale (the uncertainty of just which information and communications products will be successful carries risks that can be mitigated by having a portfolio of such products).The present rate of te...   [tags: communication, management, technology] 547 words
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Telehealth; Wave of The Future. - As our society ages and health care costs increase, government and private insurance payers are seeking technological interventions. Changes in health care policies, demography, and technology have created new visions which help in the delivery of medical care to the rural community. Telehealth is an emerging component or solution to the growing demands of providing in the healthcare service industry. The advent of telemedicine proves to be promising as it helps to combat some of the challenges in our current healthcare system....   [tags: private insurance, government, technology]
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Deaf Technology - -TTY TTYs (also called Telecommunication Devices for the Deaf (TDD) and text telephones) are used for two-way text conversation over a telephone line. They are the primary tool used by deaf people (and some hard of hearing people) for telephone conversation. Other visual telecommunications technologies and services, such as Internet chat and messaging, email, e-paging, and fax and e-mail are also used in telecommunications by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. -TRS Telecommunications relay services (TRS) provide voice telephone users and people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-disabled to communicate over a regular telephone line....   [tags: essays research papers] 406 words
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Teletron, Co. - Teletron, Inc is a provider of telecommunications expense management services for corporate telecommunications users. Teletron was looking to grow their business from about 10 million dollars in sales to about 100 million in 1999. They were looking to provide this in making use of the information technology realm. Timothy Lybrook is the CEO of Teletron and is being propositioned to develop a new Virtual Analyzer software package. This proposition is being made by Robert Jonas, director of information technology at Teletron and Dennis Kirin, vice president of client services at Teletron....   [tags: Business, Case Study, solution] 1045 words
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Overview and History of ERP - ... - It inspired the staff by providing real time information. - It helps organization to manage resources effectively that could resulting reduce of operating cost. It is great beneficial for customer as well because of lowering the price. Why Omantel was implemented the ERP. An Omantel is a government owned telecommunication operator in Oman. It provides line land telephone services, mobile operation and Internet within the country. It was planned to introduce an ERP system in the organization, so they can easily manage the different departmental issues from a same system....   [tags: management, customer demand, communication]
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The Role of Globalization in the Destruction of the Environment - This report will discuss the role of globalization in providing and transfer new and advanced technologies which, despite their importance, can be damaging to the environment. The report will be covering elements such as what we mean by globalization as a phenomenon of changes. What technologies mean. What are the factors of globalization that supported it and what are the features of it. What is Globalization. There are various definitions of "Globalization", and the effect it has on the world....   [tags: Environmental Problems] 1148 words
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michael powell - (Michael Powell) Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Michael K. Powell announced last week that he is leaving the powerful independent agency . In his resignation letter to President Bush, Powell said he was stepping down with a "mixture of pride and regret." "Having completed a bold and aggressive agenda, it is time for me to pursue other opportunities and let someone else take the reins of the agency," Powell stated in the letter. "The seeds of our policies are taking firm root in the marketplace and are starting to blossom.(www.Britancica.com) He gave no indication of his future plans other than spending some time with his family....   [tags: essays research papers] 616 words
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T-Mobile and AT&T Merger - For months, the prospect of a T-Mobile and AT&T merger has become more public. The prolonged merger discussion has left the public wondering if the acquisition will allow AT&T to completely rule the telecommunications market, leaving Verizon and Sprint in the dust. Mobile subscribers have been left unsure by the shocking announcement, wondering how their pockets and cellular services will be affected. With lawsuits being filed by both the Department of Justice and Sprint, the future of the acquisition is unclear....   [tags: Business Analysis ]
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Jurisdiction of consumer protection - Content This assignment will deal with jurisdiction of consumer protection in the European Union. For the simplicity, the assignment will be divided in few paragraphs that will explain what consumer protection is, what is consumer protection in the European Union, which jurisdiction rules and governs consumer protection issues in EU and national laws of the two Member States, for the comparison – Republic of Croatia and United Kingdom. Introduction Consumer is a person who purchases goods and services....   [tags: EU, ECIM, consumer protection]
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Telecom Organising Case Presentation - ... They have had a successful past as they were able to keep up with the competitors. Weaknesses • Low market share When GSM became the standard for mobile phones, Telecom gradually began to lose market share in the mobile industry because its network was unable to offer the same capabilities as Vodafone. • Weak management team In 2002, Telecom cut back on staff. This resulted in a loss of worker commitment but also the loss of core competencies as talented and experienced employees left. Opportunities • Asset leverage Telecom purchased telecommunications assets from the Post Office for NZ$3.2 billion before spending a further NZ$2.5 billion to upgrade the technical facilities and the...   [tags: application of organising, work patterns]
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications is a telecommunications company facing a changing market and increased competition. The leadership team has come up with a plan to outsource some call centers to other countries and create an alliance with a satellite company to provide additional services to their customers. In order to compete in the international market, Global must cut costs by outsourcing, however their employees belong to a trade union. This creates a problem in that Global has not included the union in their discussions....   [tags: Business Management Analysis] 1538 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications is under tremendous economic pressure along with other telecommunications companies in an industry struggling to compete with the increasing global market. Global Communications is facing numerous issues and has many opportunities as they implement strategies to introduce new products and services, increase technological sophistication, and expand into the global market....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy] 1282 words
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Network Neutrality - The concept of network neutrality (more commonly referred to as net neutrality) has been a fixture of debates over United States telecommunications policy throughout the first decade of the twenty-first century. Based upon the principle that internet access should not be altered or restricted by the Internet Service Provider (ISP) one chooses to use, it has come to represent the hopes of those who believe that the internet still has the potential to radically transform the way in which we interact with both people and information, in the face of the commercial interests of ISPs, who argue that in order to sustain a competitive marketplace for internet provision, they must be allowed to diffe...   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Cicso Systems vs Huawei Technologies - Cicso Systems vs Huawei Technologies I. Cisco Systems files lawsuit against Huawei Technologies Cisco Systems filed a lawsuit against Huawei Technologies on January 23, 2003 claiming that Huawei had copied, misappropriated, and infringed on Cisco’s intellectual property in its rival line of low-cost networking routers.1 Cisco Systems is an industry leader in providing networking equipment for voice and data transfer. Huawei Technologies is China’s leading manufacturer of telecom and network equipment gear and is viewed by analysts as a formidable competitor to Cisco2....   [tags: Lawsuit Law Intellectual Property Essays]
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The Data Warehouse Market - ... DBMS software, certified configurations, Oracle Big Data Appliance, Oracle Exadata X3 (X3-2 and X3-8), Oracle SPARC Super Cluster T4 systems with Oracle Exadata Storage Servers. The oracle products have an appeal to the current data warehouse market. Oracle is having an advantage of being the DBMS market leader. Oracle is having a good penetration to the market and has his presence in clients from different verticals i.e., telecommunications, financial services and banking, insurance. Up gradation to newer versions of is easy compare to other peer group service providers....   [tags: database management systems] 521 words
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Global Communication's Problems And Solutions - Abstract Global Communications (GC) organization has recently been through numerous troubles detrimental to its primary functions. Global Communication is a telecommunication company. Due to current economic conditions, telecommunications organizations are struggling to keep up with other industries. Their stock prices have fallen 50 % over a three-year period. The company has fixed costs that cannot be met, due to its lack of operating capital. Cost cuts made by the company include cutting healthcare and education benefits....   [tags: Business Analysis Management Strategy] 1131 words
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The Digital Divide: A Problem for Thrid World Problems - ... Tom Zeller Jr. speaks of this phenomenon in his article titled “In North Korea, the Internet is Only for a Few”: “...authoritarian regime strongly censors its people, denying general access to the Internet, banning cell phones and prohibiting Google maps from photographing any part of the country.” By suspending social media this makes it harder for people to communicate in large groups. “…Internet content provider transfers to repressive regime information that allows the regime to punish individuals for statements they have made on the Internet” (Ronald Deibert)....   [tags: internet freedom controversy]
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How Farmers in India Can Benefit from Mobile Commerce - M -commerce or mobile commerce is a young concept which can be viewed as a subset of e-commerce made possible by the widespread adoption of portable, handheld devices as mobile phones. In present scenario M Commerce has been entered in various sectors as finance, services, retails, and telecommunication and information technology services. In these sectors-Commerce is not only being widely accepted but also it is becoming more popular mode of business/commerce. Now, it’s turn to enter in agriculture sector....   [tags: agriculture, telecom, risks] 1959 words
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Telephone: The Technology of the Voice - Telephone: The Technology of the Voice 1. Introduction: Telephone invention is the most marvellous innovation considered in the world. We often consider our society to be saturated by technologies of many sorts. Telephone is classed among the information and communication technologies It is now considered one of the major source of communication. It form and functions precisely defined the challenges of interaction between two separate parties: long distance is conquered instantly and any telephone in the world can connect to different location by means of networks....   [tags: Communication, Alexander Graham Bell] 1785 words
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The Importance of Time Throughout History - Timekeeping has been an integral part of life ever since humans stepped foot on the earth. Once humans realized the difference between night and day, moon phases were used to determine months, changing seasons and record years. Soon humans realized the connection of time with the sun’s position and started using shadows to keep time thus creating the sundial, used foremost by the Egyptians and Greeks. As life become more complex, so did the need to keep time accurately. Initially, the mechanical clock was invented in 1000 AD....   [tags: clocks, celestial, sun] 1234 words
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Impact of Globalization on People - Globalization Globalization is one of the main aspects in the 21st century. Globalization has brought the world closer; all the things that are happening nowadays are recognized globally even if they happened locally (Buckley). According to Nayef Al-Rodhan GCSP (Geneva Centre for Security Policy) globalization is not a single word or concept. It contains many other concepts within itself. Globalization is composed of different concepts like incorporation regarding the economics, transmitting information or understandings, stability within beliefs, and other concepts (Al-Rodhan p.3)....   [tags: international relations, economics]
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Cyberethics - Ethics in the Age of the Internet - Cyberethics - Ethics in the Age of the Internet In every society we live, we have to follow the rule of that place. The Internet is growing, growing in the number of users and growing in public perception. The Internet is the new American frontier due to the new technologies is radically transforming almost every aspect of how we communicate and with whom, as well as just about any dimension of our lives. Most Internet users are convinced of its general utility and positive benefits. However behind it, the Internet, as well as its technological offspring’s the World Wide Web has been compared to the Wild West, because no one owns the network and there is no law and regulations....   [tags: Internet Online Communication Essays]
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The Combining of Cable TV and the Internet - The Combining of Cable TV and the Internet The Telecommunications Act of 1996 opened the way for cable TV (CATV) companies to become full-fledged telecommunications companies, offering two-way voice and data communications services, in addition to television programming. After passage of the Act, the cable companies were eager to expand into the new fields of business that had been opened to them, especially the rapidly growing Internet Service Provider (ISP) business. The biggest hurdle facing the cable companies is that cable television systems were designed for one-way traffic, and must be upgraded into modern two-way networks in order to support advanced communications services....   [tags: Television Technology Internet Essays]
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Teleconferencing - An Upgraded Means of Communication - Teleconferencing - An Upgraded Means of Communication The day-to-day communications and conferencing between people evolved to what we know as telecommunications and information services. Teleconferencing is an elevation of telecommunications and information. Ordinarily, in a conference people meet together in groups small or large to discuss and exchange ideas, and views about facts, subjects, or events. But teleconferencing makes a great difference with new technologies. Putting these ideas together, we agree that teleconferencing is the discussion and exchange of ideas and views by a group of two or more through transmission, emission, and acceptance of signs and signals, images and sou...   [tags: Exploratory Essays]
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- ... This was true for the MTN Group in Nigeria. 3.1 Trade liberalization and development in emerging economies – the MTN Group’s story From 1994 to 1997, MTN focused their efforts on rolling out their network coverage in South Africa. It was in 1998 that the group started its regional expansion into the rest of the African continent, through acquiring licences initially in Swaziland, Uganda and Rwanda. Success in these new markets gave MTN the courage to acquire Camtel, in Cameroon in 2000. It was the group’s first operational company....   [tags: ] 2212 words
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What is Voice over Internet Protocol? - Voice over Internet Protocol Before we begin our discussion on transporting voice over a data networks, it is important to understand the concept and terms associated with a traditional telephone network. One of the most common piece of telecommunication equipment used today is the telephone. When you plug an ordinary analog telephone into the wall jack installed by the local telephone company, you are connected to the telephone network and are able to place calls. 1), but how is this process performed....   [tags: essays research papers] 3156 words
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Offshoring Services Overseas - Introduction: Scenario In the last decade there have been many countries that the United States businesses offshore to. However, the two that catch my eye are India and China. I believe that both countries possess qualities that enable them to provide a certain set of goods and services superior to other competing countries. India on one hand seems to specialize in services – providing many telecommunications capabilities that are essential to customer service. Unfortunately, India has one down side to the way in which they provide communication services; no one can understand their “English!” India, does posses positive traits from most of Porter’s five forces....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Fiber Optic Technology - From the beginning, efficiency and speed in the telecommunications industry has advanced at a fast pace owing to fiber optic technology. In 1979, AT&T filled the telecommunications industry with revolutionary ideas by developing a mode for data transmission using a light, called fiber optic cable. This mode produced a bandwidth of 44.736 Mbps and could multiplex 672 trunk circuits on one fiber alone (Cole, M. 2000). However, this development was merely the start of a huge extension to telecommunications, something that would transform the industry constantly....   [tags: Technology ]
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Failure Prediction Algorithms - Gaining a better understanding of when electronics are about to fail can help engineers and companies be more effective in providing reliable electronics; this will also lead to a greater return on investments for businesses (Seggie, Cavusgil, & Phelan, 2007). Prior attempts of implementing algorithms have all failed due to the large bandwidth required to process the data in real time. The algorithms in this study will not require many resources and will use simple gate-logic and statistical data to alert an end-user of a potential failure....   [tags: Technology]
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Wide Area Networks - Wide Area Networks The creation of wide area networks links mass communication from people all over the world with a vast variety of different uses. “A wide area network is telecommunications networks covering a large geographic area.” The internet is the biggest example of a wide area network and has influenced our daily lives all around the world. Wide area networks are connected to local area networks to enable computers to share, send, and access information on a larger scale. These recent technologies over the past 20 years have affected the way we communicate, how businesses operate, and many other factors that we take for granted....   [tags: Technology Computers Communication Essays]
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Global Education and Local Communities - Global Education and Local Communities Let me begin with a summary of what I am going to say. Cyberspace is a new kind of reality, in some crucial respects less real, but in some respects more real, than the space of face-to-face encounters and of physical documents. Signs in cyberspace might be quite unconnected to any real-life states of affairs, they might be quite abstract, but often they are much less abstract than, say, signs in a printed book. As I will endeavour to show, communication in the world of printed books is, characteristically, the communication of abstract meanings among members of an abstract society, such as a modern nation....   [tags: Teaching Learning Schooling Papers]
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The Changing of Communication - The emphasis from traditional mixed visual and verbal communication to solely verbal communication is encouraged by the expanding global community by conducting distant communication through telecommunications. Instead of boardroom meetings, telephone meeting connect businesses worldwide synthesizing bigger markets and new buyers. This change is both good and bad; good for the expansion of businesses, but bad for the loss of personal connection. With telephone meetings eliminating travel, it is paralanguage that conveys personalities, not appearances, over the phone through variations in pitch, volume and pace, or how a person speaks....   [tags: Functions of Communication]
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The Communications Decency Act - The Communications Decency Act The Communications Decency Act that was signed into law by President Clinton over a year ago is clearly in need of serious revisions due, not only to its vagueness, but mostly due to the fact that the government is infringing on our freedom of speech, may it be indecent or not. The Communications Decency Act, also know by Internet users as the CDA, is an Act that aims to remove indecent or dangerous text, lewd images, and other things deemed inappropriate from public areas of the net....   [tags: essays research papers] 1323 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications This paper will provide an in depth look at the issues facing Global Communications (GC) in a rapidly growing market. Attempting to resolve the problems inherited upon arrival, Katrina Heinz, Global Communications Chief Executive Officer, who(m) has experience with international labor devises a plan for the company to expand globally as a way to increase sales and generate more revenue. While this seems to be the light at the end of the tunnel, one major component was forgotten, to inform Maria Antez, Technologies Workers Union Vice President of the budding strategic plan in progress....   [tags: Business, Case Study, solution] 1619 words
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Global Communications Gap Analysis - Gap Analysis: Global Communications The confidence in the entire telecommunications industry is diminishing. Stockholders are realizing diminishing returns on their investment and are having doubts about the industry?s ability to regain past levels of profitability. Telecommunications companies are experiencing losses due to high levels of competition for the consumer dollars available. Cable companies have been allowed into the market to provide a single provider solution for television, broadband internet, and two-way voice communication....   [tags: Gap Analysis Global Communications] 1718 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - In this paper, one will find a gap analysis between Global Communications (GC) senior management and other key stakeholders in the organization. The current situation is that of Global Communications, a telecommunications company that is in the need of changing its strategies of competition in the growing market in order to maintain its presence in the industry. If changes are not made, Global Communications will no longer exist in the ever growing telecommunications market. This change consists of outsourcing and forming new call centers that will increase technical sophistication and improve profits along with increasing the company's growth....   [tags: Global Communications Case Study] 1756 words
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