Searching for… this is not over now.
After the massive explosions in Northern China you may imagine the area from the port of Binhai in Tianjin. The mankind hearts are with the victims’ friends and families there.
It is worth to report and focus on a still ongoing process which deserved normally a great report about the services provided in the internet industry in Central Europe… in the next post.
For a better understanding you may get good ideas of the internet of things (IOC).
After listening to the video you may ask what would be the role of the so called mouth-to-mouth strategy in the coming years. What would you recommend? Talking about unhappy results or just waiting and doing the analysis? So, no knee-jerk reaction here.
However, the result that neither the possibility to access the internet nor using the standard landline with the well-known telephone numbers seems to be still a topic in many households in Central Europe, therefore the analysis of the behaviour of several internet providers and how they handle that unique problem may be interesting to read.
Furthermore another sources report about financial crashes in Asia Pacific which seem to be driven by carpetbaggers there. Nevertheless, the research analysis in Q3 this year will be worth to start and study thoroughly.
You will be eventually updated in cases such as the very special July 17th, 2015 breakdown of routers of a leading telecommunication provider in Central Europe which seemed to be caused by the extra heat last month. It is true, these damages are serious and may continue hampering global businesses in the fields of:
Marketing/financial analysis control: multilingual communication analysis, Cvideo press blog, plan of business go green, professional expert quality improvement, human resource, service provider: high value-oriented thinking entrepreneur in Asia Pac. China|Europe 2015/2016.
Thank you for your attention and your esteemed time in advance. We may be contacted in September… we will see us in a month or so on a cool party after the tremendous heat… which are officially not part of the unpopular climate changes, that can be seen worldwide. However, this seems to be handled in 2050 by whom? Please advice.