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Business

BTC, CANTO leaders look forward to a conference of ‘firsts’

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate Chinese  NASSAU, Bahamas — In an address to media on Sunday, a panel consisting of members of the leadership of CANTO expressed high hopes for their 30th annual regional telecommunications conference and trade exhibition being held at the Atlantis Resort,

Innovation

APPLE NO WOMEN SHARE THE STAGE

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseApple has just concluded its big Thursday media event, at which it unveiled new iPads, a new iMac and a few other things. And it once again managed to conduct the entire show without a single female or minority speaker. One of the only women that appeared on stage at the event was in the video demonstration of the new iPad Air’s photography capabilities—and she was taking a photo, turned away from the

Infrastructure

When The Future of Electronic Business in Haiti in the hand of a stubborn Government

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate Chinese  In the release of the Electronic Single Window that was officially opened to the public on October 15, 2014, it is believed that this would make e-commerce proceed at a much faster rate and boost the economy of the businesses of Haiti with the rest of the world. Entrepreneurs and businesses are free to register in order to bring their services to those that need them. The problem raised

Technology

Maryland University Opens $71 Million Technology Building

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate Chinese Frostburg State University’s Center for Communications and Information Technology includes 16 computer labs, a multimedia learning center and a planetarium, to name a few things. BY GREG LARRY, MCCLATCHY NEWS SERVICE / SEPTEMBER 26, 2014 Officials from local and state government as well as business and education attended a virtual ribbon cutting on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of the new $71 million Center for Communications and Information Technology at Maryland’s