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New title for Communication and Information Engineering

[Cover] Evolution and standardization of mobile communications technology
By Seo, DongBack
TK5103.2.S478, Lee Wee Nam LibrarySynopsis:
Evolution and Standardization of Mobile Communications Technology examines methods of developing and regulating compatibility standards in the ICT industry, assisting organizations in their application of the latest communications technologies in their business practices. Organizations maintain competitive advantage by implementing cutting-edge technologies as soon as they appear. This book serves as a compendium of the most recent research and development in this arena, providing readers with the insight necessary to take full advantage of a wide range of ICT solutions. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Demystifying communications risk : a guide to revenue risk management in the communications sector
By Johnson, Mark.
TK5103.7.J68, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
The rapid pace and increasing convergence of internet, phone and other communications technologies has created extraordinary opportunities for business but the complexity of these new service mixes creates parallel opportunities for fraud and revenue leakage. Companies seeking to use communications technology as a delivery or payment platform for digital services are particularly at risk. They need to understand both their strategic and operational risks as well as those affecting their stakeholders – partners and customers. Effective risk management is as much about awareness, culture, training and organization as it is about technology. Mark Johnson’s practical guide, “Demystifying Communications Risk”, highlights cases from a wide range of geographies and cultures and is designed to raise awareness of the multi-faceted and often complex forms that operational revenue risks take in the communications sector. It provides managers with an understanding of the nature and implications of the risks they face and the human, organizational and technological approaches that can help avoid or mitigate them. [As taken from Amazon]