• Response To Aol Controversy
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    Response To AOL Controversy The article 'America Online, while you can' by Bob Woods is all about the hoopla concerning the fact that America Online, or AOL, has not been able to accommodate its vast amount of customers. This is due to AOL's new flat rate, which substituted their original hourly deal. Many AOL users experience busy signals when trying to log on. When and if they do get on AOL, the service runs extremely slow because of the overload of users. Woods threatens that AOL will lose ma...
  • Telephony Cell Phone
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    Telephony, the Next Wave of Communication Calling China isn t cheap. With today s long distant rates it seems that it costs an arm and a leg just to communicate with a loved one. Shouldn t there be a way where to communicate without worrying about the cost Now there is a way to communicate across the world with paying a single cent. The only hardware needed is your own personal computer and a connection to the World Wide Web. The name of this technology is called Telephony. With it you can simpl...
  • Choosing And Isp Service Provide
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    Choosing an Internet Service Provider As the Internet becomes more popular, both in e-commerce and personal computer use, the need for Internet Service Providers (ISP's) grows. With so many ISP's now in operation, the choices for service are vast and the process of finding the right provider for your needs has become much more involved than when the Internet first became accessible to the public. The first step in choosing an ISP is to know what you need. Will you be using the Internet for busin...
  • America Online Service Support 800
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    Microsoft Windows 98 README for Online Services and Internet Service Providers April 1998 (c) Copyright Microsoft Corporation, 1998 HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT To view the document on-screen in Notepad, maximize the Notepad window. To print Services. txt, open it in Notepad, and then on the File menu, click Print. CONTENTS OVERVIEW PRODUCT SUPPORT AND PAYMENTS TO SET UP A NEW ACCOUNT TO SET UP YOUR COMPUTER TO USE AN EXISTING ACCOUNT OVERVIEW The online services and Internet service providers (ISPs...
  • Internet In The Classroom
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    Internet in the Classroom The Internet is a network of millions of computers worldwide, connected together. It is an elaborate source of education, information, entertainment, and communication. Recently, President Bill Clinton expressed an idea to put the Internet into every classroom in America by the year 2000[4]. Considering the magnitude of this problem, and the costs involved, it is not realistically possible to set this as a goal. The Internet allows the almost five million computers [1] ...
  • Introduction To Databases Internet Service
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    Introduction to Databases What is a database? A database is a collection of data structured and organized in a disciplined fashion so that it is possible to access information of interest as quickly as possible. (Newton, 193) In residential sales at TDS Metro com, the database that is used almost exclusively is Microsoft Access. We use access to track incoming e-mails, keep track of individual and team performance statistics, inbound call volume, and we use Access to provision a customers order ...
  • Business Service Provide
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    I own a local business that provides Internet access to individuals and businesses, my business is one of four businesses in the local market that provide internet access to both individuals and businesses. Each of the four businesses charges the same price of twelve dollars a month for unlimited dial up services. My businesses breakeven price is seven dollars per customer, so no matter what I must charge it least seven dollars per package in order to cover all my costs. Recently my business and...
  • Health On The Internet
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    RESEARCH REPORT Aquiles Perez March 19, 2001: SGY 2000 NUMBER OF WORDS: 1. SUMMARY OF MAIN THEMES: The Internet has become a great convenience to many people. The services and opportunities that are offered are incredible, and it has definitely made our lives a lot less stressful. People have the freedom to use the services that are in the Internet. Schools, public libraries and other facilities provide Internet service to people with low income that cannot afford a computer, so they can be - gi...
  • Primary And Secondary Data Collection Method
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    As an Internet service provider, my primary task should be to provide the fastest and most reliable service to my customers. In this day and age, Internet service providers come a dime a dozen. They vary from telephone modem carriers such as Earthlink and Netzero to the faster service providers such as Time Warner's Roadrunner and Cox Cables' high speed Cox service. With so many providers out there, the competition is fierce. But, as a business owner, my job is to get as many clients as possible...