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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 7 years
Do you remember that day back in 1984 23 years ago when you first saw a Macintosh? All we had prior to that was dull DOS.
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Total online advertising revenues reached the $1 billion mark in 2006, with a year-on-year growth of 62 per cent.
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The growing number of mobile workers and increasing focus on improving operational efficiency and customer experience is fuelling growth of mobile enterprise applications and services in Asia-Pacific.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 7 years
In an effort to stay ahead of the technology adoption curve, governments in Asia-Pacific have been actively driving the home networking industry by backing initiatives in home networking research and development and deployment of services.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 7 years
The Asia-Pacific on-demand software market, which is in its early stages of growth, is likely to see explosive uptake over the next three years.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 7 years
Frost & Sullivan Australia has kicked off its 2007 research program with company profiles of key vendors in the Digital Media Advertising, Unified Communications and Enterprise Outsourcing markets.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 7 years
Lessons from SOA deployments and trends ahead.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 7 years
Frost & Sullivan: Asia-Pac mobile subs to reach 1.14 billion this year.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 6 years
New analysis from global growth consulting company, Frost & Sullivan (www.frost.com), Asia Pacific Managed Security Services 2006 2013, reveals that revenues in the Australian market totalled AU$240 million in 2006 and is forecasted to be worth AU$880 m
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 5 years , category: Technology
Budgets will be tight but Australian centres to benefit from changing demand
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