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What does ISP stand for?

ISP stands for Independent Service Provider


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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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an emerging leader in email security and spam protection technology, announced that Don Green has joined its Board of Directors and will take an active role in helping to scale the company as it increases sales to the independent service providers.
Low start-up costs * Financing available * Wide range of license types * Growing for over 50 years * Part of a Fortune 500 company ServiceMaster Clean has been an industry leader for over 50 years, with franchise opportunities in: * Disaster restoration * Commercial cleaning * Residential cleaning * Janitorial services Our selection of licenses allows you to build a business in the field that best suits your interests ServiceMaster franchise owners receive unmatched support because 75% of our upper management team has owned or worked in a ServiceMaster franchise, and our network of over 4,000 independent service providers is committed to your success.
Most SMBs look to brand name market leaders, such as Avaya, Cisco Systems, Nortel, etc for premise-based offerings, and to independent service providers like Covad and M5 Networks for hosted VoIP solutions, says AMI study NEW YORK -- Small and medium businesses (SMBs) worldwide feel confused by the multiple and complex range of VoIP solutions, despite all the hype about VoIP's projected toll cost savings, productivity improvements, and a more professional market presence.
LH GTS is part of Deutsche Lufthansa AG -- Europe's second largest airline serving 355 destinations in more than 90 countries -- and acts as an independent service provider for other customers such as VARIG and German Wings.
Third-party providers including office equipment manufacturers, document outsourcing firms, and independent service providers are offering assessment services that focus on identifying costs and inefficiencies beginning with document output.
TNS operates 96 points-of-presence in 25 countries, connecting retail, banking and financial institutions, payment processors and independent service providers in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.