The Telephone – A Brief History

During the 1870’s, two well known inventors both independently designed devices that could transmit sound along electrical cables. Those inventors were Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray. Both devices were registered at the patent office within hours of each other. There followed a bitter legal battle over the invention of the telephone, which Bell subsequently…

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5Linx Review, Things You Should Know

Wondering about availing the "5Linx" opportunity? Although, some people might consider 5Linx as a scam, it is definitely not. It is a legitimate business opportunity. Being a network based marketing opportunity, 5linx is a multi level compensation home based business plan. In order to be successful in 5linx business, you are required to build a…

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Essence of Communication Skills

When we talk of communication skills, the first and the foremost thing that comes to our mind is fluency. ‘Fluency’ is one of the many aspects that good communication skills consist of. While fluency is very much important in verbal communication, its peer part, that is, good hand-writing is important in written communication. Whether we…

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How to Maintain Your Business Phone System

Business phone system is a critical component of business communications and a faulty telephone system can seriously impair all aspects of business functioning. Several extraordinary advancements have taken place in the field of telephone communications and today you have VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephone systems, hosted PBXs, online fax services etc. Most companies are…

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3 Principles For Improving Human Relations

Relationships among employees, supervisors, and co-workers can be improved immediately. By following three simple principals in your dealings with others, you can put more quality into your-and employee's work life. Three basic principles that can be followed to enhance relationships among employees, co-workers, and supervisors are: Be quick to listen, slow to speak, and even…

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What Drives Information Technology

Information technology generally refers to all forms of technology used in the creation, storage, exchange and utilization of data, conversation and all multi-media forms of communication. With computer technology constantly changing and improving, businesses are being driven with the need for the right system that is based on the requirements and goals of their enterprise….

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4 Types of Lubrication Systems

Lubrication systems are designed to lubricate various parts of industrial machinery or equipment to minimize issues with wear or friction that can shorten the usable life of the hardware. The oil or grease used to lubricate the machinery can run on a timer to make sure the parts are kept running smooth at all times….

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Just What Is SIP And SS7…. And How Do They Work With VoIP?

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Signaling System 7 (SS7) are the common protocols used for transmitting voice across networks. Just how they work with VoIP….or not….opens the door for both concerns and opportunity. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a protocol developed by IETF MMUSIC Working Group and proposed standard for initiating, modifying, and terminating an…

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Your Guide to an Efficient Filing System

Your Guide to Filing An efficient filing system has become critical, but still, more often than not, filing systems are accepted without consideration to WHAT is being stored, WHY it's being stored, WHERE and HOW it's being stored. You need to ensure resources are not wasted by replacing your filing system just for replacement sake;…

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Utility of Modern Cell Phones

One can make a huge amount of savings by purchasing wholesale cell phones in the market. The purpose of buying these phones can vary. However, the ultimate aim is to get quality and affordable phones. In recent times, you are exposed to a great range of phones in the market. Hence it creates confusion while…

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