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A regular issue for users of the internet is how the major delivery companies deal with the quantity of data and download activity that they consume. There has been action taken by regulators in both Canada and the US to attempt to keep the access to internet sites as neutral as possible.Read More
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A weekly update of interesting or informative articles we have found over the past few days. An eclectic group of materials from varied sources.
Here is the next edition of the office document strategies weekly digest. Each week I feature a few of the articles, topics and stories we have come across that enhance knowledge of use, management, production and eliminating documents. Feel free to add your suggestions in the comments section below.
Office document strategies are constantly changing. In our office we receive hundreds of pages of new material each week telling us about new and exciting ways that the world of documents is changing. Some come from suppliers, some come from other blogs, some come from our experiences with clients and some come from electronic newsletters we consume.
The Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has created a hot issue in the media and aroused a lot of outcry over their decision to force Internet Service Providers (ISP) to cap Internet usage, and charge extra billing for Internet ‘overage’.
Internet connectivity in Canada could change as a result.
It is reported on twitter that the Industry Minister has indicated that the ministry will over turn the CRTC decision to require limits on Internet connectivity in Canada.