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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    Economy presents an epic challenge to communities it also hands them a powerful new competitive tool Beginning in the 1990s carriers deployed the local networks that most of us think of as broadband DSL cable satellite and wireless within neighborhoods towns and cities At the same time the costs of computer software and hardware especially data storage plummeted in obedience to Gordon Moore s famous law that the storage capacity of microchips doubles every 18 months Through local broadband individuals small businesses institutions and local governments have gained access to worldwide information resources and a broad range of tools to connect both globally and locally Read profiles of Intelligent Communities Learn about the Intelligent Community Indicators Learn about the Broadband Economy Global Reach Local Gain Today broadband offers every community the opportunity to move from the periphery to the center in economic terms It creates new kinds of companies like Yahoo and Google even whole new industries It enables small companies to be global exporters including the export of skills and knowledge which were never before transportable across time zones or national borders It can ensure that schools in remote regions and inner cities have access to the latest information tools and reference sources It can link rural healthcare providers to leading medical centers and local law enforcement to national information grids Individuals and businesses can go global in search of low cost quality vendors and Web based tools can increase community involvement By boosting the economic and social well being of communities broadband can reduce the incentives for their young people to move away in search of opportunity and a better quality of life Paradoxically it can play a key role in giving communities a sustainable future in our ever more connected world Adapting to the Challenge But broadband

    Original URL path: https://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=AboutIntelligentCommunities&category=Research (2016-02-12)
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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    Print Events ICF 2016 Awards Program Orientation Webinar 1 Date July 23 2015 Time 11 00 am 12 00 pm Add to your calendar Location Webinar Contact Matthew Owen Email mowen intelligentcommunity org Nominations are now open for the 2016 Intelligent Community Awards Program For years we have asked communities to answer just six questions about their background challenges strategy programs and results It sounds simple enough but communities wrote between 10 and 50 pages of content in response which involved a huge amount of work on their part and created a heavy load for our analysts It also gave unfair advantage to native English speakers especially those who involved a public relations agency in producing their nomination and it put too much reliance on the informed judgment of reviewers For all these reasons the 2016 Smart21 nomination will present a set of multiple choice and short answer questions plus a small number of narrative questions requiring a more detailed explanation The multiple choice and short answer questions will let ICF evaluate the state of progress in Intelligent Community development The narrative questions offer a chance to explain specific projects and initiatives and to share your aspirations for the future

    Original URL path: http://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?src=events&category=%2An&srctype=detail&refno=178 (2016-02-12)
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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    Print Events ICF 2016 Awards Program Orientation Webinar 2 Date July 28 2015 Time 8 00 pm 9 00 pm Add to your calendar Location Webinar Contact Matthew Owen Email mowen intelligentcommunity org Nominations are now open for the 2016 Intelligent Community Awards Program For years we have asked communities to answer just six questions about their background challenges strategy programs and results It sounds simple enough but communities wrote between 10 and 50 pages of content in response which involved a huge amount of work on their part and created a heavy load for our analysts It also gave unfair advantage to native English speakers especially those who involved a public relations agency in producing their nomination and it put too much reliance on the informed judgment of reviewers For all these reasons the 2016 Smart21 nomination will present a set of multiple choice and short answer questions plus a small number of narrative questions requiring a more detailed explanation The multiple choice and short answer questions will let ICF evaluate the state of progress in Intelligent Community development The narrative questions offer a chance to explain specific projects and initiatives and to share your aspirations for the future

    Original URL path: http://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?src=events&category=%2An&srctype=detail&refno=179 (2016-02-12)
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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    Print Events ICF 2016 Awards Program Orientation Webinar 3 Date August 25 2015 Time 8 00 pm 9 00 pm Add to your calendar Location Webinar Contact Matthew Owen Email mowen intelligentcommunity org Nominations will soon open for the 2016 ICF Awards Program For years we have asked communities to answer just six questions about their background challenges strategy programs and results It sounds simple enough but communities wrote between 10 and 50 pages of content in response which involved a huge amount of work on their part and created a heavy load for our analysts It also gave unfair advantage to native English speakers especially those who involved a public relations agency in producing their nomination and it put too much reliance on the informed judgment of reviewers For all these reasons the 2016 Smart21 nomination will present a set of multiple choice and short answer questions plus a small number of narrative questions requiring a more detailed explanation The multiple choice and short answer questions will let ICF evaluate the state of progress in Intelligent Community development The narrative questions offer a chance to explain specific projects and initiatives and to share your aspirations for the future The

    Original URL path: http://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?src=events&category=%2An&srctype=detail&refno=180 (2016-02-12)
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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    Print Events ICF 2016 Awards Program Orientation Webinar 4 Date August 27 2015 Time 11 00 am 12 00 pm Add to your calendar Location Webinar Contact Matthew Owen Email mowen intelligentcommunity org Nominations will soon open for the 2016 ICF Awards Program For years we have asked communities to answer just six questions about their background challenges strategy programs and results It sounds simple enough but communities wrote between 10 and 50 pages of content in response which involved a huge amount of work on their part and created a heavy load for our analysts It also gave unfair advantage to native English speakers especially those who involved a public relations agency in producing their nomination and it put too much reliance on the informed judgment of reviewers For all these reasons the 2016 Smart21 nomination will present a set of multiple choice and short answer questions plus a small number of narrative questions requiring a more detailed explanation The multiple choice and short answer questions will let ICF evaluate the state of progress in Intelligent Community development The narrative questions offer a chance to explain specific projects and initiatives and to share your aspirations for the future The

    Original URL path: http://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?src=events&category=%2An&srctype=detail&refno=181 (2016-02-12)
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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    the Forum ICF Supporters Subscribe Contacts Home Login Go Back Nominations Intelligent Community Of the Year Awards Program Nominate your city or region for the 2016 Awards downloadable form Right click and select Save Link as to download Test your city or region s readiness for the ICF Awards Program online online self test Having trouble downloading the file Email us and we will send it to you Purpose The Intelligent Community Awards honor cities and regions for using information and communications technology to create inclusive prosperity solve social challenges and improve quality of life Evaluation of nominations is based on ICF s Intelligent Community Indicators which provide the first conceptual framework for understanding all of the factors that determine a community s competitiveness in the broadband economy of the 21st Century New This Year For the 2016 Award cycle ICF is introducing a sixth Intelligent Community Indicator and a completely revamped nomination form More Annual Theme From Revolution to Renaissance In 2015 the Intelligent Community Forum focused on the study of urban and regional planning and how it is impacting the way people live work and create in their cities and towns with a theme called The Revolutionary Community

    Original URL path: https://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?submenu=Awards&src=gendocs&ref=Awards_Criteria&category=Events (2016-02-12)
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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    Login for Website Intelligent Community Forum ICF User ID Password Login Remember me Forgot my password Not a Subscriber Register Here Free

    Original URL path: http://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?submenu=Programs&src=events&category=%2An&srctype=detail&refno=195&id=195&login=&print=y (2016-02-12)
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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    News reports that New Taipei City has been chosen as a Top7 Community for 2015 and on ICF co founder John Jung s recent visit to Taiwan Read the full story at etaiwannews com read full article ICF Co Founder John Jung in New Taipei City for Intelligent Community Awards Program Site Visit Tuesday March 31 2015 Intelligent Community Forum ICF co founder John Jung is currently in New Taipei City Taiwan for a site visit in accordance with the ICF s Intelligent Community Awards Program New Taipei City is one of the Top7 Intelligent Communities of 2015 along with Arlington County USA Columbus USA Ipswich Australia Mitchell USA Rio de Janeiro read full article Beyond a Smart City Is Montreal an Intelligent Community Sunday March 29 2015 Montreal Canada Video alert In a featured 10 minute interview on Global TV Lou Zacharilla co founder of the Intelligent Community Forum discusses disruption and functioning in chaos as cities face the challenges of the digital age View the interview at globalnews ca read full article Top7 Intelligent Communities of 2015 named by Intelligent Community Forum Thursday January 22 2015 New York New York January 22 2015 The Intelligent Community Forum announced the Top7 Intelligent Communities of 2015 earlier today in an online event hosted by Finland s former Minister of Communications Suvi Linden The Top7 list included cities and towns from 5 different nations three communities from the United States one from read full article A tale of two cities choosing economic development for the Internet Age Tuesday September 23 2014 Toronto Canada Robert Bell Intelligent Community Forum co founder writes in EconomicDevelopment org about the success of two cities in boosting the local economy by applying the strategies of the Intelligent Community Forum Read More read full article Columbus 2020

    Original URL path: http://www.intelligentcommunity.org/index.php?src=news&submenu=News&srctype=lister&category=News&pos=10,10,214&print=y (2016-02-12)
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