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An Introduction To Fiber Optics Technology - An Introduction to Fiber Optics Technology Throughout time, speed and efficiency in the telecommunications industry has progressed at a rapid pace due to fiber optic technology. In 1979, AT&T revolutionized the telecommunications industry by producing a medium for data transmission which used light, called fiber optic cable. This medium created a bandwidth of 44.736 Mbps and could multiplex 672 trunk circuits onto one fiber (Cole, 2000). However, this invention was only the beginning of a great addition to telecommunications, one that would change the industry forever....   [tags: Technology]
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Graduates And Technology In New Zealand - How IT can best be used to improve New Zealand's economy and society in the next twenty years, and how IT graduates make their contribution to this opportunity personally The Information Technology (IT) industry continues to show high growth potential. Based on updated information from the Ministry of Economic Development, the total value of the New Zealand IT industry, excluding communications services, in the 2002 financial year was estimated at $7,055 million, up 1% from the previous year, and almost twice what it was in 1994....   [tags: IT Information Technology New Zealand] 1281 words
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Situation Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications - Global Communication stock value has diminished more than 50% over the last three years. International markets are competing for the same business, confidence in the telecommunication industry is waning and stockholders are concerned. There are tremendous economic pressures in the telecommunication industry and Global Communication is no exception to these pressures. The senior team of Global Communication decided cut cost by downsizing their domestic call center and moving it to India and Ireland....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1770 words
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Information and Communications Technology: Teleworking - Information and Communications Technology - the case of teleworking. =================================================================== Developments in information and communications technologies are having profound effects on employment in rural areas and also possibly on the competitive advantage of rural areas. This latter point will depend on the extent to which rural areas are able to 'capture a higher share of information and knowledge related work than has been the case in the past.' (Bryden, 1997)....   [tags: Computer Science] 2191 words
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The Phenomenon of Cultural Globalization - The term "globalization" is commonly used to describe the increased mobility of goods, services, labor, and technology throughout the world. Globalization is a social change; it is really an increase in connections among societies and their elements. Globalization has become identified with a number of trends, most of which developed in the period after World War II. The developments of technology, organizations, legal systems, and infrastructures helped enable this movement to occur, thus leading cultures toward the idea of modernity....   [tags: Globalism, Westernization] 763 words
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Telegraph to Telecom: Transitions in Time - A major milestone in the history of telecommunications was the invention of the electric telegraph. It was the beginning of communication via wire. The computer industry is typically thought of as new, but the essential technology of computer networks was developed when Americans were migrating westward. The Magnetic Telephone Company, as well as dozens of other high tech companies of the nineteenth century, followed the railways with miles and miles of telegraph lines. (Derfler & Freed, 2003)....   [tags: American History] 460 words
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The Freedom of Information - The Freedom of Information There are different kinds of freedoms: freedom of expression, of opinion, of speech, of information, to copy, to own and to read, and freedom from interference and observation. This research is an ethical analysis of the freedom of information in the new Internet era and how the new technology should be implemented globally as a universal human right. Not so many years ago, I still remember in High School my research with books, magazines, and newspapers as the only resources to get information....   [tags: Technology Computers Essays]
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Building A Radio Empire - "Media do not simply present cultural products for consumption; they provide much of the stuff of every day life through which we construct meaning and organize our existence."--Michael R. Real, Super Media DEFINING MOMENTS IN MASS MEDIA Newspapers. Media began with the written word . . . To date, the oldest existing written document dates back to 2200 B.C. By 500 B.C. Persia had developed a form of pony express and the Greeks had a ¡§telegraph¡¨ system consisting of trumpets, drums, shouting, beacon fires, smoke signals, and mirrors; transmitting a form of communication to the masses....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Infrastructure and Economic Prosperity - Infrastructure and Economic Prosperity A famous Canadian geographer was once quoted saying, “ …any region which has a well developed transportation and communication network also enjoys a high degree of economic prosperity…”. This statement has sparked much controversy between geographers, as well as economists. The argument is, is there a direct link between a developed infrastructure and economic prosperity. Without a doubt, there is a direct link between economic prosperity and a well-developed system of transportation and communication....   [tags: essays research papers] 1001 words
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Case Study Of Nokia - It was 22nd April 2008. Two and a half years into Apple’s iTune Music Store dominating the global market, Nokia is finally challenging its status quo. This day saw Nokia Music Store opening its door to music lovers in Australia – the eighth media store after Britain, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Finland, The Netherlands and Singapore. The Nokia Music Store contains millions of tracks from both global and local artists and users will be able to download songs to their computer supported by Windows XP or Vistas PC and transfer them to their mobile phones be it Nokia or other brands7....   [tags: Case Study, Music, Market, Analysis, solution] 1929 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications is looking to maximize profits and reduce cost by marketing itself on an international level and becoming a global resource. The company and other telecommunications companies are under tremendous economic pressure. The company must determine future end-state goals while making critical changes to the company and possibly the loss of dedicated and skilled employees. The situation with Global Communications is that the company is looking to realize growth....   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1186 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications, a leader in the telecommunications industry wants to expand into global market due to competitive pressure and looking to maximize profits and reduce cost by layoffs. This paper identifies the issue that led to the problems and the opportunities, the dilemmas facing stakeholders, employees and the Union, and establishes the end goal and course of action. The paper will use the problem- based diagnostic approach, analyze alternative solutions, and understand a solution....   [tags: Business Analysis Management Strategy] 1885 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications soon came to the realization if business and profits do not increase; they are facing going out of business completely. Over a three year period with the decline in profits of more than 50% the ability for the company to rebound is being questioned. Global Communications has to take action by improving technology and expanding globally. This will result in outsourcing thousands of jobs overseas and a layoff is expected. Alluding to contractual manipulation and unethical business practices the Union has elected to pursue legal action....   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1496 words
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DataClear Going Global Analysis - Go Global—or No. In my view, the answer is "not yet." To survive, DataClear has to go global in the future but its current decision-making process and rationale are flawed. What DataClear needs to do is to not panic, slow down, and take a clearer look at its situation and the business environment and develop some strategic options that will allow it to go global when the time comes. They've got some time but not a whole lot of it. As stated in the case, they need to focus. Despite VisiDat's emergence and its contract with Shell, DataClear still has the data analysis market in the U.S....   [tags: Business Strategy Analysis Management] 781 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications The purpose of this gap analysis is to take the current situation at Global Communications and outline problems and opportunities, identify stakeholders and the roles they play in the decisions Global Communications are making to outsource jobs, and discuss the end-state goals that the company needs to reach to be successful and analyze what they have accomplished and what it will take to achieve. Global Communications is a successful telecommunications company that recognizes the advantages of global competition and through recent decisions, has forged a plan that could launch them to a successful place in the world of global telecommunications....   [tags: Business Analysis Management Strategy] 1649 words
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Information Society - Introduction "An information society is a society in which the creation, distribution, diffusion, use, integration and manipulation of information is a significant economic, political and cultural activity’ (Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia). Societies have evolved over recent centuries from agricultural communities to industrial giants. Sociologists, amongst others, are fascinated by the changes that have occurred in society, particularly since the advent of the industrial revolution to recent times....   [tags: Sociology]
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Gap Analysis: Global Communication - Global Communication is a company that is faced with many challenges. Within the past three years Global Communications stock values has plunged from $28 to $11 per share more than 50 percent depreciation. Recently, Global Communications reduced it employee's benefits in hoping this would be a long term growth for the company. Global Communication is struggling with competing in the telecommunication industry, but this analysis will show and prove that with the right team and dedication Global communications can bounce back and become a effective competitor in the telecommunication industry....   [tags: Business Performance] 1090 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Telecommunications companies are under tremendous pressure to compete with the masses and maintain profitability. Confidence in the telecommunication industry on Wall Street is waning. Shareholders have lost confidence in diminishing returns and question the industry's ability to rebound. Global Communication has definitely had their share of dissipating returns. In the past three years, the company has watched stocks trade from a high of $28 per share to an alarming $11 per share, which is more than a 50% depreciation....   [tags: Global Communications Case Study] 1980 words
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Wireless Networks - Wireless networks, if configured properly, can be reliable and secure however unforeseen interference can cause connectivity issues, furthermore, QoS. Interference can contribute from devices on the same radio frequency; this can be very hard to control. Network expandability is a benefit of wireless networking more so seamless to users, where in wired topology, this can present challenges. 5. Discuss and analyze the FCC’s role in broadband regulation. The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) may have taken a less invasive approach to regulation; however the 2004 Super bowl Sunday changed that....   [tags: broadband, interference]
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Chilean Economic Market - Chile has become the preferred test market in Latin America, in recent years the private sector from many industries used as the entry county for the Latin America market that is the case of the Chinese automobile industry, the since 2006 start it export vehicles in this country an today has share market of 8% (Chile C. , 2010) . The small size, economic and political stability make Chile an excellent country for experimentation, which can give the experience and the funds need it for AKH to start its expansion in the Hispanic market as the strategic used by Chinese automobile industry ....   [tags: Economics] 879 words
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Company Restructure Summary - Executive summary The purpose of this report is to reorganize the company for growth, higher revenues, profitability and for greater competitiveness as well as give recommendation. This report has considered the organizational features to be re-modified and challenges to encounter This report summarizes the process that will follow and the proposed restructures. The proposed restructure reflects the need for new ‘‘organic’’ organizational forms. Not only does a company’s organizational structure help determine how well its workers make decisions, but it also reflects how well they respond to environment conditions....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Case Study - Telecommunications is the commercial and non-profit organization involved in development, production, distribution, and exhibition of entertainment and information to the public by electronic means. Recently, interactive media has began to interest many consumers. Of the four media functions, the distribution section is most effected by any changes made in the industry. Because changes like these are always being made, media businesses must be prepared, so they can continue to produce revenue and profit....   [tags: essays research papers] 487 words
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No Title - The advance in telecommunications will not cause people to be dependent on their computers and alone in a world of billions. Rather, it will open up new avenues in democracy and will help people involve themselves more in the democratic process. Computers can simplify voting, create less biased views of world events, and encourage more political awareness. Going to the polls could be a thing of the past. A click of the mouse could instantly register your vote. Furthermore, nationwide results could be instantly tabulated, to increase voter participation and decrease costs....   [tags: essays research papers] 809 words
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Sun Microsystems, Inc. - Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sun Microsystems, Inc. is a worldwide provider of products, services and support solutions for building and maintaining network-computing environments. The Company sells scalable computer systems, high-speed microprocessors and high performance software for operating network computing equipment and storage products. The Company also provides support, education and professional services. The Company's products are used for many demanding commercial and technical applications in various industries including telecommunications, manufacturing, financial services, education, retail, government, energy and healthcare....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 878 words
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electronic payment method - 1. Introduction ABC Company operates telecommunications business. Management prepares to launch a new service to the market. The researchers use data mining techniques to obtain information of market profile. This paper describes how Market Basket Analysis (MBA), Memory Based Reasoning (MBR) and Neural Networks (NN) analyze the data. The data analysis methods generate valuable information for ABC Company constructing the marketing campaign. Management evaluates the business problems, and converts into the data mining problems....   [tags: essays research papers] 808 words
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Vosper Thornycroft plc - Vosper Thornycroft plc Vosper Thornycroft plc are a provider of services and products for Governments and Government Agencies internationally. They employ around 10,000 people globally have had a turnover of £479,000,000 for 2002 and made 34.1million pounds in profit post tax. [IMAGE] [IMAGE] Akcros Chemicals ================ Akcros Chemicals is one of the market leaders in Polymer Additives and High Performance Polysulphide Chemicals for sealants. Akcros is part of the market-driven, technology-based Dutch Chemicals multinational, Akzo Nobel NV....   [tags: Papers] 722 words
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The Competition Commission - The Competition Commission The Competition Commission is an independent public body established by the Competition Act 1998. It replaced the Monopolies and Mergers Commission on 1 April 1999. The Commission conducts in-depth inquiries into mergers, markets and the regulation of the major regulated industries. Every inquiry is undertaken in response to a reference made to it by another authority: usually by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) but in certain circumstances the Secretary of State, or by the regulators under sector-specific legislative provisions relating to regulated industries....   [tags: Papers] 721 words
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Telekom Malaysia Expansion - The Internet Infra-structure The internet usage is growing very rapidly in Malaysia in the recent years. The internet is well-known as JARING (Joint Advanced Research Networking) in Malaysia. Currently, MIMOS (Malaysian Institute of Microelectronics Systems), a governemt agency is overall maintaining and responsible for the the network backbone for JARING. Due to the rapid growth, the director-general of MIMOS Dr Tengku Mohamed Azzman Shariffadeen has made a press statement lately that under the Seventh Malaysia Plan, the speed of the network will be upgraded to about 20 to 300 times....   [tags: Malaysia Internet Business] 1617 words
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The Multicultural Workforce - The Multicultural Workforce: Inside Worldwide Telecommunications Inc. Introduction Telecommunication is a vital element within a growing company. But it is the diversity of a multicultural workforce that is the actual drive of the business. Telecommunication is the fastest way businesses are conducted all over the world. Employees would be lost without the aide of their computers, fax machines, and cellular phones. These machines not only make the work load process smoother and faster, but it also gets results quicker....   [tags: Diversity Work Environment Multiculturalism] 1667 words
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Mobile Telephone Masts - Mobile Telephone Masts Abstract Mobile telephones have transformed the telecommunications industry. These devices can be used to make telephone calls from almost anywhere, the explosion in the popularity of having one means that over half of everyone in Britain has one. The increase in the amount of telephones can only have a “knock-on” effect on the amount of mobile telephone masts, and these are considered to be the most dangerous. The media have had a focus on the dangers that mobile telephone masts pose in the long term, and the public are most definitely concerned with the risks involved in having mobile telephone masts near where they live....   [tags: Papers] 474 words
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Mexico Business - For simplicity, we have broken down the country of Mexico into five major regions: Northwest (Sonora, Chihuahua, Durango, Baja California Sur), Northeast (Coahuila, Zacatecas, Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi, Tamaulipas), West Coast (Sinaloa, Jalisco, Nayarit, Guerrerro, Oaxaca, Colima, Michoacan), Central (Morelos, Aguascalientes, Michoacan, Guanajuata, Hidalgo, Estado de Mexico, Puebla, Queretaro, Tlaxcala, The Federal District), and South (Chiapas, Vera Cruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Yucatan)....   [tags: essays research papers] 1230 words
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Millennium Conservatories - Millennium Conservatories Organisations all over the world use various methods to send and receive information as well as many types of software applications to process information and data. This report follows on from the first report and is an in depth look at the computing resources of a chosen business, the telecommunications methods it utilises, the software application it uses if any and the security measure the business uses. In a meeting with the Mr Medi Ghafarian, the proprietor of Millennium Conservatories which this assignment is based on, many questions where asked about the business and its information systems, software applications and methods of sen...   [tags: Papers] 2182 words
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American Based Media Corporations: Opening the Global Lines of Communication - Abstract The world is separated by many barriers that are today being overcome by technology. Leading the way in this explosion are American based media corporations. Earlier on many businesses saw investing in operations overseas as being a waste of money and time. Americans have had the tendency to think that the world revolves around them. This thought process has kept many companies from expanding into the international markets. The American culture dominance in regards to music, style and way of life is spreading like wildfire through out the world....   [tags: International Business Technology]
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Business Proposal to Implement New IT Infastructure - Business Proposal to Implement New IT Infastructure 1.0 - INTRODUCTION Welcome to the Information Technology Era. Ever since the Stone Age, Man has begun the quest of improving the efficiency of life. Today, this mission continues and the hottest topic in our company, as a matter of fact, is to unite our business with the Information Technology. Information Technology general means the acquisition, processing, storage, and dissemination of massive information by aid of computers or by telecommunication devices while the processed data can be ranged from vocal, pictorial, textual and numerical, etc....   [tags: Papers Business Info Technology Essays Papers] 4599 words
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Report On Amex, Nasdaq And Worldcom Inc. - Report on AMEX, NASDAQ; Different/Similar. WorldCom Inc. This report will cover the AMEX and NASDAQ and how they are similar and how they are different and will give some background on each. It will also cover the WorldCom Inc chief executive Bernard J. Ebbers conviction and how it affected them and the Telecommunication Industry as a whole. It will also discuss the merger of AMEX and the NYSE Euronext and a little background on that as well (Assignment List, 2008, Unit 1, Assignment 2). When the marker opened in 1971 all markets worldwide were floor based....   [tags: Compare Contrast Finance Investment] 793 words
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APEC - Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) began in 1989 in reaction to the developing interdependence among Asia-Pacific economies. At first this organization was a group that met unofficially. APEC now has become the crucial provincial conduit for encouraging open trade and realistic economic cooperation. It’s objective is to progress Asia-Pacific economic vitality and the essence of the people. APEC consists of 21 nations and other political units that border the Pacific Ocean. Economic and political alliances have been formed among the countries of the Pacific Rim....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Business Strategy of Virgin Atlantic Airlines - Business Strategy of Virgin Atlantic Airlines Contents 1) Introduction to airline industry 2) Drivers of globalisation using yip’s model 2.1 Market globalisation 2.2 Cost globalisation 2.3 Globalisation of government policies 2.4 Globalisation of competition 3) Localisation- arguments against globalisation 4) Pestle Analysis 5) Porter’s 5 forces analysis and their application to Airline industry 5.1 Rivalry amongst Existing Firms 5.2 Threat of substitution 5.3 Threat of new entrants 5.4 Power of customers 5.5 Power of buyers 6) Opportunities and Threats of Airline industry 7) Internal analysis of Virgin Airlines: Strengths and Weakness 8) Financial Statics of Virgin Atlant...   [tags: Airline Business Analysis Strategy] 1892 words
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WorldCom and The Mississippi Scheme Scandals - WorldCom and The Mississippi Scheme are both large financial scandals that have occurred. WorldCom was a telecommunication company that overstated their cash flow by reporting $7.6 billion in operating expenses as capital expenses. WorldCom is the largest accounting scandal in US history as of March 2002. The Mississippi Scheme was a business scheme that destroyed the economy of France during the 1700’s. The scheme involved the loss of paper money’s purchasing power as a result of asset inflation....   [tags: Finance Accounting Scandals Fraud White Collar Cri] 1703 words
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International impact on Telephone Company - International Internet Telephony has been evolving since its introduction in mid-1990s. With the Information Technology changing rapidly, different companies that work in telecommunications market are using various strategies to stay competitive. The main change has been noticed has been when more and more companies become IP carriers and multiple services providers whereas certain companies have refrained from any expansion into new infrastructure. For a growing number of telecommuting workers, a cell phone, a PDA, and a high-speed laptop can be indispensable tools for earning an honest day’s pay....   [tags: essays research papers] 1057 words
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English as a Second Language - English as a Second Language The field of work I have chosen requires allot of talking this is because I am going to be an ESL ( English as a Second Language) instructor. I believe that by me going into that field I will help give students a chance to expand their learning skills and help them get through the rest of their life with a good standing of themselves. Many schools are in great need of people in the field of this type of education. They are faced with a language challenge because most of the students who are from foreign countries do not speak English at all....   [tags: Papers] 917 words
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Technology: Legal Issues In Australia - Advances in technology has brought many benefits but also problems. The use of new technology creates moral and ethical problems and conflicting attitudes in society. The complexity of the issues and the pace with which technology changes mean that legislators have difficulty making laws that can keep in control of these changes. Technology affects all areas of society, forcing changes in a range of laws. Advances in computer technology have resulted in a new brand of cyber crimes such as computer fraud, computer hacking, email spam, pornography (especially when it relates to children) and stalking online....   [tags: Comparative Analysis Technology] 1159 words
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Proposal for a Downsizing Program - Proposal for a Downsizing Program 1.1 Main aims and Objectives This report is to recommend a downsizing programme which is built upon the companies previously agreed redundancy programme and to carry out a cut of 50 employees within the production and distribution department, these cuts will also include job redesign. The downsizing recommendations for the remaining departments will follow in a different report. The downsizing programme also aims to work with the union and non-union members in a consultation process to ease the transition....   [tags: Employee Downsizing Firing] 2223 words
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China and the WTO - China and the WTO Agricultural Challenges after its Accession to WTO Who is really benefiting from it. The membership of Taiwan Province of China in the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in the early 1980s contributed to ending China’s isolation of its economy from the world. By 1986, China had started lobbying to be readmitted to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade after it had left it in 1949 when the People’s Republic of China was founded. As the result of 15 years of laborious negotiations, on December 11 2001, China officially became the 143rd member of the World Trade Organization, and while an economy as large as China can cause commotion for developing countries...   [tags: Trade Agricultural Economy Economics Essays]
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Bead Bar Network Paper - The Bead Bar is in dire need of a well-designed network structure. Each executive of the organization has specific needs for their department. The Bead Bar is steadily growing and requires a complex network capable of handling daily business functions and processes. The current system in place does not allow effective communication between all Bead Bar locations. Bringing in new technology will reduce redundancy and create a more effective business flow, introducing new network topology and architecture....   [tags: Case Study, Information Technology, solution] 913 words
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Irish History and Economy - The “New Ireland” emerged in the 1990s’ when the country experienced an economic-cultural boom in which it was transformed from one of Europe's poorer countries into one of its wealthiest. In the 1990s the socioeconomic prosperity that spread across the country found its origins in the evolution from a subsistence economy to a market economy. It was at the end of the 1950s when the Irish economy moved its first steps in condition of normal political stability and, new polices and plans were introduced and implemented to transform an Ireland that based her economy on rural and agriculture industries, to a country able to create high standard of living, consumer goods, and economic opportuniti...   [tags: Ireland History Economy] 2397 words
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Global Communications Business Analysis - Global Communications Business Analysis Situation Analysis and Problem Statement This paper will examine the scenario pertaining to Global Communications. I will identify five issues and opportunities that surround this company. In addition, I will look from the perspective of the stakeholder and the interest, rights, or value each hold with this scenario as well as any ethical dilemmas that may have arisen. From there, I will provide a problem statement that will present opportunities for future consideration....   [tags: Business Management Analysis Finance] 1723 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications With the onslaught of competition in the telecommunication industry, Global Communications has come under tremendous economic pressure. Over a three-year period, stockholders have seen a steep decline in their investments and are now questioning the ability of the company's ability to rebound. "Local, long-distance and international markets are all competing for the same business but the industry suffered a huge blow at the hands of the cable companies, who stepped in to provide complete solutions encompassing computers, televisions and telephone service" (University of Phoenix, 2006)....   [tags: Business Management Analysis Strategic] 1716 words
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Distance Education - Distance education has changed and grown a lot from external studies and correspondence education during the last century. Distance education has become a recognized phenomenon today, thanks to technology which has shortened the physical distances. DEVELOPMENT OF DISTANCE EDUCATION The evolution of Distance education could be divided in four periods. The first period was from 1850 to 1960, this generation used correspondence classes which used radio and instructional television. The second period was from 1960 to 1985....   [tags: Education ]
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the paper - Chinese Space News Marks 10th Consecutive Successful Launch of Long March Yesterday's ChinaStar-1 launch was the 52nd launch by Chinese Long March rocket and the fourth by a Long March 3B, the country's most powerful launch vehicle. Long March experienced 3 failures in 1995 and 1996. The successful launches in recent two years will undoubtely strengthen Long March's position in the competition of global launch market. The Long March 3B placed the 2984 kg ChinaStar-1 into an orbit of 201x85732km with 24.5 degree inclination....   [tags: essays research papers] 2075 words
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Global Communications - Global Communications Paper This paper will begin with an overview of Global Communications present situation. This will be followed by Global Communications Leadership team’s plan for economic recovery. The author will then present a situation analysis that will include issues and opportunities identification and stakeholder’s perspectives. Then Global Communications end state goals will be presented, followed by a gap analysis definition and the conclusion. Overview Global Communications is a telecommunications company who along with many others are struggling to stay in business....   [tags: Business Analysis] 1469 words
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Organisational Behaviour - A telecommunication firm is facing difficulties in the financial year 2002-2003 and I am the line manager of the software development group in this company. Chapter 4, in the book "Essentials of Organizational Behavior" by Stephen P. Robbins states that motivation theories are culture-bound (Page 53), hence to give this paper and the situation described in the question a different perspective I am going to set this telecommunications company named BPL Mobile in India and I am going to take into account the cultural factors affecting motivation and productivity and explain them in this paper....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy Management] 1545 words
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Network Administration - Network Administration I have worked as a computer network administrator for over 5 years. I have worked mostly with networks in a mixed Microsoft Windows NT and Novell Netware environment. I am a Novell Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) and I am a certified Novell GroupWise Administrator. I have taken classes in configuration of Cisco routers. In this essay, I will discuss the definition of a network administrator, the tasks and responsibilities of a network administrator and share a day in the life of a network administrator....   [tags: Computer Science] 2297 words
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Telecom Technology - 1.0 Executive Summary Over the last four years, OSS Telecom Technology, a well respected $300 million steel conglomerate, has built up significant interests in the telecom sector ranging from wireless and paging services to billing software. OSS Telecom Technology Taiwan, was formed in Taiwan in 1994 to pursue opportunities in the Operations Support Systems (OSS) telecom software market, with a particular focus on customer care and billing software solutions (CCB systems). Since 1994, OSS Telecom Technology Taiwan has grown steadily, building a customer base of 24 telecom operators for its software....   [tags: essays research papers] 7922 words
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Wireless Industry - Over the past decade the wireless telecommunications industry has undergone a multitude of changes and experienced rapid growth. Developments in technology and consumer demand have fueled this growth and research shows that this growth will continue in the years to come. This paper will analyze the basis for these trends in consumption patterns, to include the utility derived from the products, changes in demand, market prices and the elasticity of demand of wireless services. Utility is defined as the “satisfaction one get from consuming a good or service” (Colander, 2004, p.179)....   [tags: essays research papers] 743 words
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The Internet - In a period of ten short years the Internet has profoundly changed the way modern telecommunications function. Today, it is hard to imagine a world without the Internet. The Internet's roots date back to the 1950s, when researchers realized there was a need to allow general communications between users of various computers and communications networks (History of the Internet, Wikipedia). However, it wasn't until 1986 and the National Science Foundation's (NSF) construction of a university network called NSFNet that the Internet truly began to take off....   [tags: Technology] 1041 words
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AT&T Business Strategy - AT&T Wireless is the leading wireless telecommunications provider in the US market. The US wireless market constitutes over 243M wireless subscribers. This represents a market penetration of 81%. The wireless market sells mobility of voice and data (video-media, download content and internet access). The wireless market is distributed between the following major competitors and distinguishing technology. AT&T- TDMA,GSM, UMTS/HSPDA Verizon Wireless – CDMA, EV-DO Sprint-Nextel- CDMA, EV-DO T-mobile - GSM, UMTS Upon the acquisition and merger of legacy AT&T Wireless by Cingular Wireless and the solidification of SBC, BellSouth and Cingular Wireless, the New AT&T mobility business unit...   [tags: Strategic Management] 1387 words
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