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The task of transforming Australia's economy and society into a successful digital economy is a significant one that requires a long�term focus. This paper outlines areas for Government, industry and the community to work on to ensure that Australia is well on the path to a successful digital economy. Government, industry and the community must approach the task recognising that this is a process which touches all aspects of our economy and society. Australia is not alone in realising the magnitude of this challenge. As the OECD has noted: 'ICT policies are now becoming less sector�specific and more a part of the ...
with 3,768,902 inhabitants, the largest metropolitan area of the North/Northeast Regions, the 4th-largest metropolitan influence area in Brazil, and the capital of the state of Pernambuco . The population of the city proper was 1,561,659 in 2009. Recife is located where the Beberibe River meets the Capibaribe River to flow into the Atlantic Ocean . It is a major port on the Atlantic Ocean. The name Recife means " reef " in Portuguese , in allusion to the coral reefs that are present by the city's shores. The many rivers , small islands and over 50 bridges found in Recife city center characterize its geography and ...
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Senator for the ACT Kate Lundy presented the finalised briefing paper from her third Public Sphere on Australian ICT and Creative Industries Development to the Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Senator the Hon Kim Carr today to put to the Information Technology Industry Innovation Council . Public Sphere Briefing paper #3 – Australian ICT and Creative Industries Development “This Public Sphere has created some important advice for the Government” Senator Carr said. “I will take a close look at this paper, and will also send it to the IT Industry Innovation Council and the Creative Industries ... market research, surveys and trends
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Jan 20, 2010 ... Information Technology at the University of South ... I trust the Space Industry Innovation Council will ... provides a $1.1 billion boost for critical areas of ... a 10 percent increase in the Australian ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Apple secrecy is bitter fruit on Hill
"When people don't show up when we ask them to ... all it does is increases our interest in what they're doing and why they didn't show up," Rockefeller said of Apple and Google , which both declined to testify. "It was a stupid mistake for them not to show up, and I say shame on them." While Apple's success has earned rock-star status in Silicon Valley , its low-wattage approach in Washington is becoming more glaring to policymakers. Despite its increasing influence over consumers' use of technology — most recently with the iPad and iPhone 4 — Apple has kept a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
IT, telecom will take a hit
Canada's information technology sector came out of the recession relatively unscathed, but profits this year are poised to take a hit, according to an Ottawa-based think-tank. The Conference Board of Canada forecast Monday that fierce competition in the industry, weak price increases and rising costs will limit future profit growth. The think-tank's spring 2010 report on the information technologies services industries projects the telecom sector will see profits of $6.7 billion this year, compared to more than $7 billion in 2009. Profits in the computer systems design industry are projected to dip to $1.3 ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Information Technology Industry Innovation Council for the industry's ability to transform existing industries and create new ones; ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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is the Vice President and General Manager of Video Services, where she is responsible for defining and delivering video programming content across all video platforms.  Prior to joining Charter, Cathy served as Vice President of Video Product Management with Adelphia Communications and as Director of Video Product Management at AT&T Broadband.  Cathy regularly participates in a number of civic and community organizations, including as the co-chair of the Information Technology Transition team for Governor Bill Ritter.  Cathy received her BSE degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan and her ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Information technology is central to our economy and to our society. It drives many of today's innovations and it offers enormous potential for further innovation in the coming decades. It also is the basis for an extremely successful $500 billion industry that is critical to our nation's international competitiveness. America holds a commanding lead in this arena. This lead is the result of an extraordinary 50-year partnership among government, industry, and academia, in which federally-sponsored university research has played a critical role. The contributions of the Department of Defense Defense Advanced ...
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[quote][i]Originally posted by gxchina[/i] [br]����China plans to cap foreign holdings in the country's ship makers at 49 percent as the government moves to both maintain control over the fledgling industry and tap overseas know how. Foreign shipbuilders seeking to form joint ventures in China must also transfer their expertise to local partners through the establishment of technology centers, the Commission of Science Technology & Industry for National Defense said in a website notice over the weekend. "As international competition heats up, China's ship making industry faces challenges such as a ...
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1. Canada does not enjoy the benefit of high popular density and lower deployment costs in comparison to other developed countries of its league. 2. Secondly, Canada is facing a typical demand-side broadband adoptability problem when it comes ICT/Broadband. Statistics says that 30% of household deliberately desist from taking a broadband connection in spite of plenty of supply. 3. Canadian government should focus on long term ICT strategy, where in they should enable facilities based competition, encourage more private sector involvement by removing regulatory uncertainties regarding investments in NGNs, and lastly, should focus ...