Comments on: Staying Connected While Traveling http://itredux.com/2010/07/27/staying-connected-while-traveling/ New Rules for a New IT World Mon, 23 Apr 2012 21:12:05 -0400 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 hourly 1 By: Ismael Ghalimi http://itredux.com/2010/07/27/staying-connected-while-traveling/comment-page-1/#comment-1205032 Ismael Ghalimi Fri, 15 Oct 2010 16:11:03 +0000 http://itredux.com/?p=1713#comment-1205032 Keep an eye on Intalio in November. You'll be amazed... Keep an eye on Intalio in November. You’ll be amazed…

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By: Francis Ip http://itredux.com/2010/07/27/staying-connected-while-traveling/comment-page-1/#comment-1205007 Francis Ip Fri, 15 Oct 2010 11:28:16 +0000 http://itredux.com/?p=1713#comment-1205007 Ismael, Long time no speak! GMVNO is a nice concept, it will never take place in 3 to 5 years. To start with, it needs governments of all countries to agree on a taxation protocol. For instance, Quebec has 1 out of 3 rule. That is, a cell pone with home switch in Quebec, a call originates from Quebec, or a call receives in Quebec, Quebec gets the tax of a call. For the rest of Canada, the rule is 2 out of 3. Your Web Office is very similar to the Office 97. All applications (not just Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) could run within the IE browser. There was a server that could support collaboration over the Internet. It was ahead of its time, as there were little, if any, high band-width Internet access for individuals, other than those who could afford an ISDN line! By the way, would the Web Office support OLE? What happened to the Office 2.0? Cloud computing would be good only if there are enough OWL based ontologies up and running on the Internet! Cheers -Francis P.S. Hmmm, you still haven't cracked into the largest market (i.e. China). I thought you would have done that in 2008! One more thing, if you wan to crack into U.S. Government agencies, DoD in particular, your software needs to be C2 certified! Ismael,

Long time no speak!

GMVNO is a nice concept, it will never take place in 3 to 5 years. To start with, it needs governments of all countries to agree on a taxation protocol. For instance, Quebec has 1 out of 3 rule. That is, a cell pone with home switch in Quebec, a call originates from Quebec, or a call receives in Quebec, Quebec gets the tax of a call. For the rest of Canada, the rule is 2 out of 3.

Your Web Office is very similar to the Office 97. All applications (not just Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) could run within the IE browser. There was a server that could support collaboration over the Internet. It was ahead of its time, as there were little, if any, high band-width Internet access for individuals, other than those who could afford an ISDN line! By the way, would the Web Office support OLE?

What happened to the Office 2.0?

Cloud computing would be good only if there are enough OWL based ontologies up and running on the Internet!

Cheers
 -Francis

P.S. Hmmm, you still haven’t cracked into the largest market (i.e. China). I thought you would have done that in 2008! One more thing, if you wan to crack into U.S. Government agencies, DoD in particular, your software needs to be C2 certified!

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