Vol 2, #43, October 26, 2010
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Mobility business $1,000,000,000,000
(that's trillion) by 2014, Gartner predicts

Revenue will be generated by a range of emerging services

Worldwide mobile voice and data revenue will exceed one trillion dollars a year by 2014, according to Gartner, Inc. Mobile will generate revenue from a wide range of additional services such as context...bulletRead More

Context, advertising, applications, and other services will increase mobility revenue.
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Canadian Online Publishing award winners raise bar
Second annual awards celebrate industry's best
Recognizing the best in online editorial and innovation by Canadian publishers, the second annual online publishing awards... bulletRead More

When was the last time you Googled yourself?
Managing reputations in the online environment
Often people Google themselves or their business and are shocked to find unfavourable web or blog postings. Disgrunt...bulletRead More

Gen X the true champions of social networking
Leading the charge for Boomers and Gen Y
A report commissioned by Citrix Online, a division of Citrix Systems, has revealed that Gen X workers—and not those in the younger Gen Y generation—make up the majority of those who use social networking for business, followed closely by Boomers aged 55 and older.In a release, the company noted according to the data, Gen Y's use of collaborative technology also lagged others...bulletRead More

Convenience, flexibility drive rise of internet TV
Quality still leaves room for improvements
As new Internet TV devices like the Logitech Revue and Sony Internet TV begin to arrive in stores just in time for the holiday shopping season, a new study by leading research firm Radius Global Market Research yields insights into consumer attitudes and usage behind the growing Internet TV segment. “Internet TV represents one of the largest opportunities for marketers,” says Chip...bulletRead More

Canadian small businesses need, want the internet
But investment lagging in infrastructure, training
A new Angus Reid Public Opinion  poll shows very clearly the recognition by Canada's small and medium business sector (SMB) that the internet is a key element of business strategy. However, the study also suggests that the country's SMB sector may be reluctant to expand capacity to use the internet and to hire or train people with the appropriate skills. The survey, commissioned by Intel...bulletRead More

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