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Crime prevention in Papua New Guinea set to go high-tech

Security firms are becoming more sophisticated in how they deter, monitor and apprehend individuals committing crimes, according to Laine Kidner, Chief Executive of consultancy Connected South Pacific. He also tells Business Advantage PNG that it's important for businesses to understand why crime occurs in Papua New Guinea.
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Six questions for Paul Komboi, Managing Director at PNG DataCo

Undersea fibreoptic cables are set to revolutionise internet connectivity in Papua New Guinea and the responsibility for that infrastructure locally falls to PNG DataCo. Managing Director Paul Komboi updates Business Advantage PNG on the Kumul Submarine Cable Network, and outlines the state-owned telco's long-term strategy.
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Coral Sea Cable will mean complete rethink for Papua New Guinea business says Deloitte Digital guru

Data costs are likely to fall by 80 per cent because of the Coral Sea Cable System, which is scheduled to be connected to Port Moresby later this year, according to Peter Williams, Chief Executive of Deloitte Digital. He believes Papua New Guinean businesses will have to rethink their approach to investment, hiring, management and technological roll out.
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Faster and cheaper internet will open up opportunities for Papua New Guinea’s businesses

The high speed Coral Sea Cable System, expected to be completed by the end of this year, will open up development possibilities for several Papua New Guinea industries. Laine Kidner, Chief Executive of data centre services company Connected South Pacific, outlines some of the outstanding opportunities to Business Advantage PNG.
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‘Fundamental change’ needed with Papua New Guinea state-owned enterprises

Kumul Consolidated Holdings, the holding company for Papua New Guinea’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs), has released its Year in Review. It says that 2018 has been ‘particularly difficult and challenging’ for the country's SOEs and that a fundamental change is necessary if the enterprises are to expand.
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