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Cheap Cell Phone / Wireless for the masses

Maybe an opportunity for the big carriers? What people are forced to put up with from mobile service providers just doesn’t make sense. Ting is saying to us, but do we listen? “It’s too complicated, too opaque, too adversarial, too expensive and frankly too inhuman. We’re changing that.” Elliot Noss, CEO Ting Wireless There are […]

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Renewable energy and telecommunications

by The Plus Team This article is part of a series celebrating the 20th birthday of the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge. The Institute is a place where leading mathematicians from around the world can come together for weeks or months at a time to indulge in what they like doing best: thinking about maths and exchanging ideas without […]

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Ericsson makes a splash in small cells

Ericsson has entered the small cell battle, launching its Radio Dot System that is expected to be available late next year and garnering early interest in the product from Verizon Wireless. The company boasted of a disk-shaped radio small enough to fit in someone’s hand but able to provide high-quality mobile broadband and voice service indoors. Ericsson […]

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The CIO’s role in the future of telecommunications

The CIO’s role in the future of telecommunications By Roberta Prescott The role of chief information officers is changing globally in all industries. As information has become the “new oil,” CIOs have started to lead their companies toward a better understanding of their clients, services and the company itself. With CIOs positioned at the nexus […]

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Plan A2Z Software makes your job much easier

                What we do, is give you the tools to make your work life not so much like work. Manage it all that much smarter with Plan A2Z Software and get back to making your business grow.

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Networks seeking to improve performance

Mobile network operators constantly seeking to improve network performance: Australian consumers clearly enjoy the benefits of their mobile phones, with more than 31 million mobile services now in operation in Australia (about 1.4 services per person!). Smartphones are now owned by almost 50% of the Australian population, making use of advanced mobile services and applications […]

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Are there too many Managers?

Once upon a time there were only workers and owners, but then the age of the manager dawned, explains Lucy Kellaway. There are five million managers in the UK today, 10 times as many as there were 100 years ago. Even if you don’t actually manage anyone, your title pretends you do. A conductor is […]

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New has always been our normal

Plan A2Z Software has been partnered with Citrix® since the very beginning, offering our customers multiple options for deployment, and now Citrix® CloudBridge provides a unified platform that accelerates applications across public and private networks to provide superior application performance and end user experience.CloudBridge offers a broad base of features including protocol acceleration, market-leading VDI acceleration […]

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Plan A2Z Software A “Common sense Calendar”

The second week of May 2013, Plan A2Z will include several new features for those in the audience managing projects and schedules for telecom builds, (EV) electrical vehicle charging, and renewable energy projects. A “Common sense Calendar” You can apply many filters to the calendar including: by user, contact, resource, and appointment type to keep […]

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Samsung’s New Smartphone Will Track Eyes to Scroll Pages

Samsung’s next big smartphone, to be introduced this month, will have a strong focus on software. A person who has tried the phone, called the Galaxy S IV, described one feature as particularly new and exciting: Eye scrolling. The phone will track a user’s eyes to determine where to scroll, said a Samsung employee who […]

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