This is the June 2021, issue - Volume 8 Issue 3.
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Mobile Virtual Network Operators do not build their own networks. They buy wholesale capacity from a primary carrier and then resell it under their own brand name. Competition proponents love them, primary carriers hate them. Currently they are commonplace in the US but not legal in Canada. That may change as a result of current regulatory reviews—but will it mean lower prices, more choice and better service—or the reverse?
MVNOs could drive cellular prices down in Canada as they already do in the US—if the CRTC decides to allow them to operate.
The phrase “Future of Jobs” suggests impending disruption to our work—lives, and the World Economic Forum reports that it′s true, that this future has already arrived for a large majority of the white-collar workforce. 84% of employers are set to rapidly digitalize work processes, including a significant expansion of remote work—with the potential to move 44% of their workforce to operate remotely.
Workplace upheaval - 84% of employers are set to rapidly digitalize white—collar work processes leading to job losses, retraining and more remote work.
|1||Assess your Disaster Recovery Plan – identify what’s missing or out of date|
|2||Review your risks|
|3||Update your DRP|
|4||Activate mitigation plans including rearchitecting infrastructure for fastest recovery|
|5||Train and test|
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Most video applications such as Zoom are built on a single fixed camera—sometimes intercut with a slide show. This talking head approach can cause viewer boredom. Broadcasters make things much more interesting by using multiple cameras and other video tricks. Recent changes pioneered in the gaming world have put ‘broadcast technology’ capabilities within anyone′s grasp to support more engaging business meetings and training sessions.
Recent changes from the gaming world has put ‘broadcast technology’ capabilities within anyone′s grasp to support more engaging business meetings and training sessions.
We tend to treat symptoms of eye strain as if they were something else. Headaches make us reach for that aspirin bottle and red, itching eyes lead to mirror inspections followed by a dash of Visine and a promise to “do something about those contacts”. Eye strain at the office is common and can interfere with your ability to concentrate, sometimes seriously. There are multiple causes and some easy ways to improve your life.
We tend to treat symptoms of eye strain as if they were something else. There are multiple causes and some easy ways to improve your life.