Published By: IBM Unica
Published Date: Feb 09, 2012
Our CMO Study is the latest in IBM's series of C-suite Studies, encompassing interviews with more than 15,000 top executives over the past seven years. The study casts light on the challenges public and private sector CMOs confront - and the opportunities they envision - in increasingly complex times. It also illustrates how closely CMOs' perception of the marketplace mirrors previous assessments by CEOs.
With so many provisions and rules involved in the Affordable Care Act, it’s easy to get confused about what takes effect when. This timeline covers from 2010 through 2018 in a clear, 1-page layout. It also indicates what provisions apply to all plans and those which apply only to non-grandfathered plans.
Are you prepared for health care reform? This 3-page checklist guides you through the general compliance requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to help you prepare now for 2014 and beyond. The checklist is broken down into five categories: 1. Health Plan Action Items; 2. Employer Tax Changes; 3. Fees and Filings; 4. Shared Responsibility Employer Preparation; and 5. ACA Provisions beyond 2014.
The concept of an automated home is not a new one: the idea has been floated since the 1930s at World’s Fair venues, and in popular culture as TV shows and movies imagine home life of the future – solidifying the public’s view of the benefits of home automation.
In the 1980s, modern versions of the automated home began to turn up in the marketplace. The concept of the “connected house” was first introduced by the American Association of Homebuilders, and formed the basis of what we now consider to be “home automation.” The connected house presented a new way to wire, connect, and control all of the devices in the modern home. However, it proved to be too expensive, cumbersome, and difficult to construct, and became limited to the luxury homebuilder market.
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