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For APNOMS 2003 1 Managing Pervasive Computing and Ubiquitous Communications Challenges Ahead Graham Chen
For APNOMS 2003 2 The Dream……
For APNOMS 2003 3 The Achievements…
For APNOMS 2003 4 The Achievements… Pervasive computing is already there in the market place
For APNOMS 2003 5 The Achievements… The ubiquitous communications are already part of our life
For APNOMS 2003 6 The Impact…
For APNOMS 2003 7 The Impact… The gradual business revolution brought by the new technologies
For APNOMS 2003 8 The Impact… The influence of and the impact to technology sectors
For APNOMS 2003 9 The Impact… Can we continue to innovate?
For APNOMS 2003 10 The Challenges…
For APNOMS 2003 11 The Challenges… Have we benefited sufficiently from the technology revolution?
For APNOMS 2003 12 The Challenges… How to achieve pervasive and ubiquitous businesses which will maximize the investment in technology?
For APNOMS 2003 13 The Challenges… How to manage the pervasive and ubiquitous technology?
For APNOMS 2003 14 Focus of Innovation…
For APNOMS 2003 15 Focus of Innovation… Support applications and services
For APNOMS 2003 16 Focus of Innovation… Create smooth networks to support value delivery chain
For APNOMS 2003 17 Focus of Innovation… Support service delivery to end customers
For APNOMS 2003 18 Summary… Manage pervasive computing and ubiquitous communications to achieve more business objectives.
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