The presence and popularity of various social media networking sites has changed the overall dynamics of business in the 21st century. Today, most of the businesses tend to use various social media platforms for effective marketing strategies and generating leads.
Social media promotion helps to improve a company’s reputation and brand name. At the same time, it also opens new avenues for organizers to spread the message of the event to hundreds of users who are not even connected to them. The platform thus proves to be a great tool to increase the visibility of the event.
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Agnico Eagle Finland Oy’s Kittilä gold mine in northern Finland has engaged Nokia – working with cell operator Telia and its companion Digita – to ship a 5G SA personal wi-fi community to assist superior Business 4.0 use circumstances to speed up digital transformation on the mine.
The Kittilä mine is the biggest main gold producer in Europe and is situated 900km north of Helsinki and 150km north of the Arctic circle within the Lapland area. The mine achieved industrial manufacturing on 1 Might 2009, changing into Agnico Eagle’s first mine to open outdoors of Canada.
Since open-pit mining
Marc Benioff, chair and chief executive of cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) supplier Salesforce, and the company’s president and chief operating officer Bret Taylor are projecting their term “Cloud 3.0” as “where the future works”.
Benioff delivered a keynote yesterday (10 February 2020) from Singapore, where the supplier said the future is already working. “Offices, restaurants and shops are opening, but we aren’t going back to the way it was,” the supplier said in a statement. “Companies around the world had to fundamentally rethink their operating model to respond to the spread of Covid-19. Salesforce was no different.
Vastaamo, the Finland-based private psychotherapy practice that covered up a cyber attack on its patient record system in 2018 and then saw its patients directly extorted by cyber criminals, has collapsed into bankruptcy with its services to be acquired by medical services firm Verve.
The firm came to worldwide attention in the wake of the extortion attack in October 2020, in which cyber criminals threatened to leak personal data unless patients paid a bitcoin ransom of €200.
It subsequently emerged that the business’ former owner, Ville Tapio, who had sold Vastaamo to an investment company in 2019,