Asterisk Vs Cisco – Avaya VOIP Telephone Systems

VoIP or Voice Over IP, the latest in wireless communication works by taking the phone call, changing from analog to digital signals and transmitting these signals over an IP network or broadband and finally terminating it on a PSTN. Call charges are greatly reduced using this technology. The advantage is that software emulating a phone…

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The Perpetual Inventory System: The Good and Bad

Inventory management is needed in order to keep track of a company’s goods and services. If you do not know what you have in stock and what products you are selling, then you have no way of maximizing your profits. When it comes to controlling inventory, there are two main systems that can do it….

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Using Communication Styles That Entertain, Inform, Convince and Persuade Effectively

Effective communications are essential for building both personal and professional relationships with others. First impressions count so it is important to choose words that others can relate to quickly. Every industry and function has its jargon. For example, talking to bankers about interest rate sensitivity, to product developers about time-to-market, and to manufacturing enterprises about…

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What is the Advantage of Network Cabling?

Networking is a word that has become synonymous with computers. With computers being a part of everyday life, wherever you go you are sure to find a computer installed. And in big organizations where there are innumerable computers, a good network cabling system is very essential for smooth running of business. Data cables used in…

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Mobile Phone Tracking – Locate Anyone Anywhere by Cell Phone

Mobile phone tracking is a system that works to track the current position of a cell phone no matter where the owner is located. This technology allows a phone’s location to be uploaded to a website where friends and family members get to view the person’s last reported position. The tracking of anyone, anywhere through…

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What Are the Advantages of an Underground Drainage System?

When constructing your home or making improvements in your property or garden, one important area that must be considered is that of an efficient drainage system. This can prevent a number of undesirable problems occurring as well as even protecting your health. All too often many homeowners never think about issues such as flooding or…

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Role of Decision Support System For Decision-Making Process in Global Business Environment

Decision Support System: A Decision Support System is an integrated set of computer tools allowing a decision maker to interact directly with computer to retrieve information useful in making semi structured and unstructured decisions. Example of this decisions include such things as merger and acquisition decisions, plant expansion, new product decisions portfolio management and marketing…

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What is a PABX and How Does it Work?

The acronym PABX stands for Private Automatic Branch Exchange, which is basically just another term for a telephone system, also known as a switchboard. These units are usually used as an internal telephone system in offices. PABX systems will often have a lot of internal lines connecting to one main switchboard. The reason that the…

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7 Steps to Implementing a New Telephone System

Business telephone systems are typically vital to the pulse of any company. Businesses must go through the process of purchasing and transitioning from one telephone system to another on average between 5 and 7 years. Whether a company is upgrading their old digital system, installing a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) enabled system or implementing…

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Interpersonal Communication – Tone of Voice and Body Language

One of our subscribers who responded to the last article, Interpersonal Communication – Encoding The Response , asserted that e-mails effectively can convey tone of voice and body language. Let's explore this proposal. In interpersonal communication, the two-way channel implicitly means that the sender requests to "imply" something and that the Receiver needs to "infer"…

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