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MARKETING REVOLUTION: Targeting marketing is far more useful

My wife’s Blackberry makes an obnoxious sound every time an e-mail comes in.

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E-mail marketing requires true value

MARKETING REVOLUTION When e-mail was first introduced it was traumatic for many. I remember in 1996, when I was working for Allstate Insurance in Chicago, how the managers complained that now they were receiving informa

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CHAMBER VOICE: Maximising e-commerce for business opportunities

It is 2013, and because the world has changed the way we do business must as well.

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Officials visit Estonia for e-government training

Senior officials travelled to Estonia for a training exercise designed to further the introduction of e-government, and paperless, more efficient services, in Grand Bahama.Kwasi Thompson, minister of state for Grand Bahama, and Elise Delancy, permane

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11,000 Water Corp customers sign up to e-notification

More than 11,000 Water & Sewerage Corporation customers have signed up for its electronic notification (e-Notification) system following a three-month joint promotion that it ran with the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).

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Poor services to customers

Can someone please explain? If your internet service and e-mail provider is down, how on earth can you send an e-mail, as a certain licensed provider suggests we do, when we have a service problem?

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Chamber set to unveil e-learning initiative

The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation’s (BCCEC) Institute will this Wednesday launch its new E-Learning Program at a British Colonial Hilton luncheon.

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How safe is vaping?

WITH 13 reported deaths, hundreds of new cases of a mysterious lung disease that has spurred congressional hearings in the US, the question now for many who enjoy vape pens and other e-cigarettes is how safe are they?

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Fraudsters seek to exploit COVID-19

Key Bahamian financial institutions have warned clients they are being targeted by fraudsters seeking to obtain their personal financial information through a technique known as “phishing”.Bank of The Bahamas, the BISX-listed commercial bank, yesterd

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Govt: E-commerce critical to recovery

The government yesterday said its draft e-commerce policy is now being shared with industry stakeholders as a critical element in “accelerating” the country’s post COVID-19 recovery. Kwasi Thompson, pictured , minister of state for Grand Bahama, tol

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Water and sewerage moves towards electronic billing

THE Water and Sewerage Corporation is joining the ranks of progressive companies that provides billing by e-Notifications. This allows customers to get account notifications on their smart phones, tablets or computers.

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Alert as hackers target bank account details

A HACKER is now busy on the Internet trying to get your confidential information — even bank accounts — through your e-mail. And so, readers, if you receive a message headed – IMPORTANT DOCUMENT!!! – delete it immediately. Don’t let your curiosity lead you to opening it to find out what it is about, because you too will be caught in the information net.

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Laing: Carry on with e-government

OPPOSITION Senator Zhivargo Laing said he hopes the new government will continue with the previous administration’s e-government initiative, which saw some governmental services placed online for easier access.

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New policy on renewal of e-passports announced

THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement yesterday to announce its new policy on the renewal of e-passports. Effective immediately, persons renewing their electronic passports are required to submit the following upon application: a comp

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'We are playing pretty good right now'

COACH Sherman Smith has the Carlton E Francis boys and girls primary school basketball teams on a roll.

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Half of businesses yet to launch online

More than half the Bahamian businesses surveyed by the Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation (BCCEC) have yet to launch an e-commerce platform, it was revealed yesterday.

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Suns will have 'work cut out for them' in this year's basketball tournament

COACH Keno Demeritte feels his Temple Christian Suns will get to shine again in their fourth annual basketball tournament. But he realises that it’s not going to be as easy as it was in the past. He admitted that they are going to have their work cut out for them.

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'Help is on the way' at Passport Office

FOREIGN Affairs Minister Darren Henfield says that although the Passport Office has some challenges, help is on the way. During his 2019/2020 Budget contribution, the Minister said that the Passport Office has always been challenged with providing services in a building with inadequate space.

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