Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Kampanye Damai Pemilu Indonesia 2009

Kampanye Damai Pemilu Indonesia 2009 salah 1bentuk Kampanye Damai menjelang pemilu dan Kontes SEO lokal di Indonesia yang diadakan sejak 1 Februari 2009 dan berakhir pada 1 Mei 2009 oleh penyelenggara Mr Pogung177. Local Seo Contest ini memperebutkan posisi kata kunci Kampanye Damai Pemilu Indonesia 2009 di hasil pencarianya google.co.id. Tiga bulan lamanya kontes mengkampanyekan pemilu damai 2009 akan berlangsung. Kenapa para blogger berduyung-duyung meramaikan damainya pemilu indonesia 2009 dengan kampanye komntes SEO seperti ini? So pasti ada hadiah di balik Local Seo Contest ini. Berikut ini hadiah untuk pemenang kontes SEO pemilu 2009
1st Prize: Rp 5.000.000 + 16Gb USB drive

2nd Prize: Rp 2.000.000 + 8 Gb USB drive

3rd Prize: Rp 1.000.000 + 8 Gb USB drive

4th Prize: 8 Gb USB drive

5th Prize: 8 Gb USB drive

6th Prize: 4 Gb USB drive

7th Prize: 4 Gb USB drive

8th Prize: 4 Gb USB drive

9th Prize: 4 Gb USB drive

10th Prize: 4 Gb USB drive

Kampanye damai tuk sukseskan pemilu 2009 di Indonesia ini tentu saja tidak hanya untuk memperebutkan hadiah semata. Banyak makna yang lebih mendalam selain hadiah. Pemilu Indonesia 2009 yang damai, persahabatan antar blogger Indonesia, dan persatuan rakyat indonesia dalam mewujudkan pemilu 2009 yang damai, merupakan manfaat di balik kontes SEO pemilu ini. Mari berkampanye damai di pemilu indonesia 2009 agar terwujud pemilu yang damai dan melahirkan pemimpin bangsa yang adil dan bijaksana sehingga dapat mensejahterakan rakyat indonesia dari segala macam aspek-aspeknya.
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Kampanye Damai Pemilu Indonesia 2009

Kampanye Damai Pemilu Indonesia 2009 salah 1bentuk Kampanye Damai menjelang pemilu dan Kontes SEO lokal di Indonesia yang diadakan sejak 1 Februari 2009 dan berakhir pada 1 Mei 2009 oleh penyelenggara Mr Pogung177. Local Seo Contest ini memperebutkan posisi kata kunci Kampanye Damai Pemilu Indonesia 2009 di hasil pencarianya google.co.id. Tiga bulan lamanya kontes mengkampanyekan pemilu damai 2009 akan berlangsung. Kenapa para blogger berduyung-duyung meramaikan damainya pemilu indonesia 2009 dengan kampanye komntes SEO seperti ini? So pasti ada hadiah di balik Local Seo Contest ini. Berikut ini hadiah untuk pemenang kontes SEO pemilu 2009

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Monday, March 2, 2009

Nokia mulls laptop move

THE world's top mobile phone maker Nokia is eyeing entering the laptop business, its chief executive Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said in an interview to Finnish national broadcaster YLE on Wednesday.

"We are looking very actively also at this opportunity," Mr Kallasvuo said, when asked whether Nokia plans to make laptops.



Industry has rumoured about Nokia's possible plan to enter the PC industry since late last year, but Mr Kallasvuo's comment was the first official admittance of such plans.

"We don't have to look even for five years from now to see that what we know as a mobile phone and what we know as a PC are in many ways converging.

"Today we have hundreds of millions of people who are having their first internet experience on the phone. This is a good indication," he said.

Nokia's comments come a week after No. 3 PC brand Acer launched a foray into the phone business with eight mobile phone models, joining leader Hewlett-Packard and No. 4 Lenovo in the high-growth space.

While strong profit margins in the smartphone industry attract PC brands, the attraction of the low-margin computer industry is less obvious.

"Nokia maybe nervous about entering a market segment that is already heavily commoditised, but it would be in a position to exploit its enormous scale in manufacturing, supply chain and distribution," said Ben Wood, research director at CCS Insight.

"All leading mobile network operators and retailers are adding connected notebooks and netbooks to their portfolios alongside mobile phones. On this basis it comes as no surprise that Nokia is evaluating this segment," he said.

The global PC industry was resilient for most of last year when other technology sectors were ailing, but it too has now been caught up in the deepening economic downturn that has hit demand from consumers and corporate buyers.
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Videoconferencing to slash govt airfare bill

THE federal Government will deploy Cisco videoconferencing systems across 20 government sites in an effort to drastically reduce its $280 million domestic airfare bill.

The contract, which will run for four years at a cost of $13.8 million, will be managed by Telstra and will run on its Next IP network.

Mr Tanner said the deployment will help the Government reduce the cost of travel, improve productivity and lower the impact of carbon emissions.

It is unclear how much the Government will save with the Cisco TelePresence system but Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner has in the past indicated that he wants to slash at least $15 million from the bill.

“From a finance minister point of view the most important issue is saving money. We currently spend about $280 million a year on domestic airfares across government,” Mr Tanner said.

“The savings we make on airfares alone will pay for this system.”

Mr Tanner is also hoping the roll-out will help retain staff.

“I’m conscience that a lot of people tend to move away from very senior positions both in the public and private sector because of the burden of travel. This will enable us to get better value from people and achieve a better work life balance.”

Mr Tanner said there were robust security measures to make sure sensitive government meetings would not be breached.

“We have a secure phone system that we currently use and TelePresence is at least as secure as that,” he said.

Telstra enterprise and government group managing director David Thodey said the system will run on the Department of Finance’s managed secure wide area network which is being accredited by the Defence Signals Directorate.

The first deployment of the TelePresence system will be in the Commonwealth Parliamentary office at Treasury Place in Melbourne in the coming months, followed by a Parliament House facility in Canberra.

Full deployment will be completed by the end of 2009.

The system will be used for inter-jurisdictional meetings, including Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and ministerial Council meetings, Mr Tanner said.

Cisco Australia managing director Les Williamson said the project was the largest public sector deployment of TelePresence anywhere in the world.

“There are 370 TelePresence units in operation globally now. Cisco has reduced over $200 million in travel globally … and we have measured $70 million in productivity improvement from this,” he said.

There are currently 13 TelePresence units across Australia and New Zealand.

Medicare has already installed a Tandberg videoconferencing system across its state and territory offices as part of the Government’s attempt to curb agencies' growing flight budgets.
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Nokia launches music service as jobs go

NOKIA will launch a touch-enabled handset and an unlimited music download service locally on March 20 as the mobile phone manufacturer goes head-to-head with Apple's iPhone and iTunes.




Nokia's Comes with Music service is a bundle that includes a subscription to its Australian music store and a new handset







The service, dubbed Comes with Music, is a bundle that includes a subscription to Nokia’s Australian music store and the new Nokia 5800 XpressMusic handset that has a touch-controlled interface and 8GB memory.

Users can download an unlimited number of songs from Nokia’s music store of four million songs from international and local artists.

However, the tracks are digital rights management-protected and can only be downloaded and stored on a Comes with Music device and a single PC or laptop.

Downloaded songs will work once a subscription has ended, Nokia Australia and New Zealand general manager Emile Baak said.

Comes with Music will be available from operators 3, Virgin Mobile and Optus as well as retailers Allphones and Telechoice, according to Nokia Australia and New Zealand music manager Karen Farrugia..

She said the carriers would confirm pricing plans before launch.

The recommended retail price for a handset and 12 month subscription is $979. Selected service providers will also sell an 18-month plan for $1109.

The bundle can be purchased outright or on a plan from the operators and retailers.

The news comes after Nokia yesterday announced a voluntary redundancy plan that would affect 1000 workers globally.

There are no country-specific targets for the number of layoffs but the scheme will not hit senior executives and factory production workers, a Nokia Australia spokeswoman said.

"This initiatives is a global scheme which is open for application from March 1 until 1000 employees have applied, closing at the latest May 31," she said.

The Finnish mobile phone maker said the move was part of a "previously announced plans to increase cost-efficiency and adapt to the challenging market environment".

The company is also encouraging its staff to take unpaid leave and sabbaticals this year.
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