Telecommunications planning and management has become increasingly important in this digital economy as significant implications for corporate strategies are constantly being developed. As these technologies continue to evolve and become key strategic assets in business organizations, researchers, higher education faculty, and practitioners are in great need of appropriate resources assisting their understanding of all aspects of telecommunications planning and management. ""The Handbook of Research on Telecommunications Planning and Management for Business"" extends an excellent collection of original, in-depth, and innovative articles on telecommunications policy, industry, management, technology development, design, and business applications. Providing researchers and practitioners with a state-of the-art reference for future research and practices on a wide range of topics including government regulations, diffusion of technology, and analysis of network operators, this ""Handbook of Research"" is a definite must-read for those in the telecommunications field as well as non-specialists interested in telecommunications.
Automated fault management in wireless networks; Convergence of the Internet and telecommunications; Digital convergence and home network services; Dynamics of mobile service adoption; High-speed multimedia networks; Knowledge management implementation; Modeling intrusion detection; Next generation access networks; Role of organizational culture; Spectrum management policy; Telecommunication customer demand management; Telecommunications business management; Telecommunications network design; Wireless community networks.