Major Agreements & Related Reports
Affirmation of Commitment
When C-BYTE was created in 1988, a process was started with the objective of achieving a noble goal: the coordination of a commitment to the productivity and effective decision-making of those using information technology.†
Today, we reaffirm that we will do our part to ensure that C-BYTE can meet its commitment.
Trevor D. Biscope
Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer
Lenard D. Biscope
Chief Financial Officer
Richard H. Newman
Chief Legal Officer
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|Memorandum of Understanding/Joint Project Agreeement|
|C-Byte Company, Inc & Vegas License International LLC|
|Commercial Capital Project Report|
|Annual Trends for 2017|
|System Information 375 days uptime|
|Annual Twitter Activity 2016-17|
|Partnership Memorandum of Understanding|
|Vegas License International LLC & Asseco Data Systems S.A.|
|PL.Vegas.EU.COM (Vegas License International LLC)|
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"By definition, project managers must efficiently and effectively execute projects." - Source: Sivasubramani, Vivek. "Project Coordinator Vs Project Manager", Pulse, LinkedIn Corporation, 13 February 2015. · Cached (.pdf) - "The role and responsibilities of a Project Coordinator are usually a subset of that of a Project Manager."
"This was our biggest intellectual surprise, just to give you a background. We are not the first to think about networks right, Sociologist since the 1960's have been thinking, so did Mathematicians, there was a very well defined way of thinking, in that it's random." - Source: Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo. Linked: How Everything Is Connected to Everything Else and What it Means for Business, Science, and Everyday Life. Basic Books, 2003. - "That we randomly encounter each other, and we may or may not become friends with each other, and if the network is random, it has very precise consequences." - Source: Ferguson, Niall (Speaker), Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo (Speaker). "Harvard Club of Boston - Authors in Conversation: Niall Ferguson and Albert-Laszlo Barabasi", Youtube, commentary by Niall Ferguson, 7 March 2018, youtu.be/rduH9mKvnjM - "Most interestingly randomness is the most predictable feature of the system."
"The purpose of Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations is to avoid secret diplomacy by ensuring the publication of all treaties and international agreements." - Source: United Nations, "Limited Publication Policy of the Secretariat, Note by the Secretariat", United Nations Treaty Collection, Treaty Section Office of Legal Affiars, 2017 - "Under Article 12 of the Regulations, treaties and international agreements registered or filed and recorded are published in the United Nations Treaty Series (UNTS) in their original language or languages, together with a translation in English and French, as necessary."
"I thought once everybody could speak freely and exchange information and ideas, the world is automatically going to be a better place", Evan Williams says. - Source: Streitfeld, David. "The Internet Is Broken: @ev Is Trying to Salvage It". The New York Times, Web, 20 May 2017. - "I was wrong about that. The Square and the Tower is the rare book that is a must read, not only for armchair intellectuals like myself, but also for academics, politicians, CEOs and those in any kind of position of responsibility." - Source: Aran Joseph Canes. "5.0 out of 5 Stars A Landmark Retelling of Modern History." Rev of The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from Freemasons to Facebook by Niall Ferguson. 17 January 2018 Amazon. Web, Hardcover. - "To become acquainted with this perspective, to see new technologies and new forms of communication through this [lense], is something all persons with some share of responsibility for society should at least consider. If the Twitter co-founder knew his history, he would not have been surprised." - Source: Robinson, Peter M. (Chair), Ferguson, Niall (Speaker). "Niall Ferguson's 'The Square and the Tower'", Youtube, commentary by Hoover Institution, 25 January 2018, youtu.be/iAWmWBm2TkY - "The dream, that we were all going to be netizens and that everyone was going to be - as it were - on a level playing field, in a giant network, but in fact that is not what network science predicted at all."
"I realized for these people, history started with the Google IPO, or maybe the founding of Facebook." - Source: Mitter, Ranna (Chair), Ferguson, Niall (Speaker). "Niall Ferguson on History's Hidden Networks", Youtube, commentary by intelligence², 23 October 2017, youtu.be/4cADSlk5CHU - "His books always provide a logical and informative parade of ideas and characters - they require reading with focus to secure all the ideas on hand." - Source: Dr. David Arelette. "5.0 out of 5 Stars Hard work to read that delivers great returns." Rev of The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from Freemasons to Facebook by Niall Ferguson. 10 February 2018 Amazon. Web, Hardcover. - "I found that I would sit back after every 10 pages or so and ask myself how can I apply the idea just presented or where have I seen it happen - this is a book that demands you take the time and devote the mind energy to read it, it is well worth it. Until you have some theory to understand networks, it's really just a term you use casually." - Source: Ferguson, Niall. "Niall Ferguson - Open Society and 21st Century Globalisation, May 22, 2017", Youtube, commentary by Central European University, 25 May 2017 youtu.be/LkjKiWIhhR0 - "Six key ideas I've learned from network theory."
"The title comes from an exhortation of Facebooks founder, Mark Zuckerberg, to his employees." - Source: Naughton, John. "Move Fast and Break Things review - Google, Facebook and Amazon exposed", theguardian, Web, 17 April 2017 - "For him, it was an expression of the hacker ethic common in Silicon Valley, where Joseph Schumpeters idea of creative destruction is the prevailing religion. When it comes to new networks, to have a new powerful, successful organization, nothing showed up very well yet. Moving fast and breaking things is not just a Facebook slogan" - Source: Hardy, Quentin (Moderator), Ferguson, Niall (Speaker). "Niall Ferguson: Politics, Power and Networks", Youtube, commentary by The Commonwealth Club of California, 24 January 2018, youtu.be/NbAPVgFcYLA - "Moving fast and breaking things is something that networks can do quit easily, and they may not feel any responsiblity to put a new architecture in place."
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