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Owners of buildings once situated behind the imaginary line that demarks the country's sandy "do not enter" area are seeing the land in front of their properties slowly disappear, pushing their pieces of ocean-front real estate closer--or in some cases into--government-owned land.
with a steeply sloped hood and fenders that end abruptly at the line that demarks the chrome-laden grill and sporty thin headlights, the Odyssey seems to defy definition as a minivan.
It is refreshing to see the adoption of technology in a business sector that normally isn't a hotbed for IT deployment," said Timothy DeMarks, President of RCI.
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During his presentation dubbed "The DeMark is Dead: the Operational Impact of the New Network," Castelino will explore the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for service providers in delivering and supporting next-generation services.