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IP SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL

IP SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL | Wireless Network Business Equipment | Scoop.it

 IP Solutions enables organisations to leverage more advanced ecommerce solutions to deliver improvements such as improved cash flow, customer service, staff productivity and governance.


Clients are able to leverage proven technology which has been tried and tested by thousands of business, including major banks and fortune 500 corporations.

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Google Pushes Into Emerging Markets

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Google is deep into a multipronged effort to fund, build and help run wireless networks in emerging markets such as sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia, a move that could connect a billion or more new people to the Internet.

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How to protect your Wi-Fi connection - by Eileen Eva - Helium

How to protect your Wi-Fi connection - by Eileen Eva - Helium | Wireless Network Business Equipment | Scoop.it
Wi-Fi stands for “wireless fidelity” a trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance a body responsible for certifying wireless devices but is colloquia..., Eileen Eva (#hacking tips for making your #wireless #network hacker proof http://t.co/n181mLjmyU)...
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How to Choose the Best Wireless POS System

Image Source: http://www.ipsi.com.au/ Article Source: http://ezinearticles.com/6436815 IP Solutions Network Security & Productivity Solution provide a wide r...
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Canada Releases New Wireless 'Code' - Aimed At Reducing Roaming Fees and 'Bill Shock' | DSLReports.com

Canada Releases New Wireless 'Code' - Aimed At Reducing Roaming Fees and 'Bill Shock' | DSLReports.com | Wireless Network Business Equipment | Scoop.it

Canadian regulators this morning released a new code for the Canadian wireless industry that should help save our friends to the north some significant cash, as well as some significant headaches.

 

According to an explanation of the code by the CRTC, the code was designed to tackle numerous consumer complains with wireless industry business practices, including confusing and/or misleading contracts and pricing, long term wireless contracts and early termination fees, roaming charges, device return windows and more.

 

According to the CRTC, the new code won't go into effect until December 13, 2013. When it does, it will allow consumers to:

 

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