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  • Advantages Of Telemedicine

    Information technology has come a long way developing modern information systems. Telemedicine is one of the areas within the healthcare organizations in which healthcare providers can remotely serve people in the remote areas using advanced telecommunication technology. Teleconsult The purpose of teleconsultation to obtain the professional opinion of a healthcare provider who is not physically present at the location where the patient and/or his primary healthcare provider are. The main…

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  • Millicom And Vodafone Case Summary

    i. Data on factors considered by these organization before outsourcing the operation and maintenance of their telecommunication towers to third party organizations. The factors considered and their results can be seen below; 1. Control and Reduce Operating Cost 2. Company focus on core competence 3. Free up internal resources for other purposes 4. Lack of sufficient internal resource 5. Risk sharing 6. Improve time to market 7. Difficulty in managing operation and maintenance or out of control 8…

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  • Turkcell And Telsim And Customer Satisfaction

    Telecommunication service providers are important to both developed and emerging economic. In Northern Cyprus there is a stiff competition between the two major telecommunication providers that is Turkcell and Telsim. Customer’s satisfaction is a necessity for the survival of both of them in the market. They both have to compete with each…

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  • Interview And Acceptance Essay

    Introduction This career episode is based on my summer training. As per my university curriculum, during the end of 6th semester of my study everyone has to undergo a summer training for the partial fulfillment of Industrial Training Seminar conducted at the mid of 7th semester. The main objective was to apply procured knowledge to the live scenario and also gain hands-on experience working in a real-time and practical environment. Details of this training are as follows: Background…

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  • The Influence Of News Media In The United States

    media people depend on for news and information. In 198, 90% of the media was owned by 50 companies so what happened? The Telecommunications Act of 1996, changed the telecommunications industry for a more competitive environment. It provided major changes in laws affecting cable TV, telecommunications, and the Internet. The main purpose was to encourage competition in telecommunication services. The objective of the law supported anyone to…

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  • Nokia Failure Essay

    two big giant rising and falling, one is Nokia and other is Motorola. Hence this topic has been chosen to analyse reasons for failure in mobile industry by studying recent failure of Nokia. 2. Telecom Industry in India: Telecommunication services have been widely acknowledged as a vital tool for the socio-economic development of any nation. It is one of the prime support services needed for rapid growth and…

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  • Vsnsl Case Study

    Communications acquires 25% stake in VSNL. 2004 –VSNL International was launched. 2008 – Majority stakes acquired by Tata Group. VSNL renamed as Tata Communications Limited (TCL). 2009 – TGN-Intra Asia cable system was completed by TCL and Tyco Telecommunications. Introduction to the study, statement of problem and propositions Tata acquiredVSNL in 2008. Indian subcontinent had a lot of domestic service providers and there was high level of competition between them. Tata already…

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  • Verizon Communications Case Study

    multinational telecommunication provider and the largest wireless communication service provider in the U.S. Verizon was formed on 30th June,2000 as a product from the merging of Bell Atlantic Corp and GTE Group. Although Verizon was formed on the early 21st century, the mergers that formed Verizon already the big name in the telecommunication business and can be traced back to its roots in the beginning of telephone business in the late 19th century. With the merger of two giant…

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  • Nokia Oyj Case Study

    Helsinki, Finland. Nokia provides services such as telecommunications network equipment, Internet services with accessories like apps, games, music, maps and navigation and messaging. Nokia Networks is the subsidiary responsible for its telecommunications division. Fredrik Idestam and Leo Mechelin were the founders of Nokia. Initially Nokia engaged in Rubber and cable industries from 1865 to 1967 and then transformed itself into the telecommunications sector. Gradually Nokia became the leading…

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  • Explain How To Develop A Marketing Plan To Meet Ee's Marketing Goals And Objectives

    TASK 2 B: Produce a marketing plan to meet EE’s marketing goals and objectives. The extended elements of the marketing mix should be addressed in your marketing plan. (P4,M4) Executive summary In this report, the marketing plan of EE limited has been discussed in depth. This report will give an overview of how EE limited is able to apply marketing tactics and strategies to achieve organisational goals and objectives of the company. In this section, the market issues and opportunities are…

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