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BE:ASIA - The Media Survey of Asia's Business Elite 2009
15 October 2009
Ipsos MediaCT's BE:ASIA 2009 - The Media Survey of Asia’s Business Elite, is the only survey that measures the media consumption, business and personal profile of Asia’s most influential business executives.
Communication services and people with learning difficulties
18 December 2008
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by Ofcom to look at how people with learning disabilities use communications services (television, landline telephone, mobile phone, and the internet). The project looked at ownership, and choice of suppliers.
BBC Survey on Trust Issues
22 January 2008
The survey was intended to enhance our understanding of the public's beliefs and attitudes on a variety of subjects; in particular the trust they place in various organisations.
What Is The Potential Market For Multi-Play Services?
29 November 2006
We generally associated the young with new technology. But, the results of the Ipsos MORI Technology Tracker in October show that the profile of those who have the combination of broadband internet access, a mobile phone and digital TV is quite different.
The Business Impact Of Blogs
21 November 2006
Andy Warhol said in the 1960s everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. He was of course talking about TV. David Weinberger, a famous blogger, brought Andy Warhol's assertion into the 21st Century commenting that blogging means everyone will be famous for 15 people. There has been a lot of hype about blogging in the media. This pan European research study conducted by Ipsos, in conjunction with Hotwire Communications is, we believe, the first of its kind to attempt to identify the business impact of blogging.
Public Knowledge Of Online Threats
17 October 2005
The UK public is largely ignorant of the threats they face on the Internet, according to recent research conducted by MORI on behalf of StreamShield. Just 16% of the public has heard of the term 'key loggers' — malicious programs that record confidential password details — and only 24% had heard of the term 'phishing' — bogus emails purporting to be from one's bank asking for account information, with the intention of stealing funds.
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