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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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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Essential Elements of Good Corporate Communication

Corporate communications is the means by which organizations build their brand value. In recent times, a number of organizations have realized that effective communication can not only avert crisis situations but also increase the brands power. With this dual objective in mind, a growing number of companies are laying a lot of emphasis on boosting…

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7 Benefits of the Doctor and Clinic Management System Software

A cloud-based clinic management system addresses your hospital management related woes. It brings simplicity to the patient appointments, their treatment, medical billing and payments and services that take care of other requirements of the hospital. Advantages of a Cloud Compliant Software A software that leverages the cloud technologies in full, offers flexibility, cost saving, fast…

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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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The Value of Written Communication

Have you ever stopped to consider the value associated with written communication? While our society has become so driven by the visual and the verbal, it is written communications that provide daily direction to us as individuals and to our society as a whole. Consider these elements of value provided by written communication: • Written…

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What’s the Difference Between DS3 and T3 Bandwidth?

Do not be confused about the difference between DS3 and T3 circuits. These terms are really synonymous. Instead you should focus on what they can do for you … and the best scenarios for application. Digital Signal (DS) is a system of classifying digital circuits according to the rate and format of the signal (DS)…

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Five Guidelines For Ethical Business Communications

Do you understand what behaving ethically entails? According to Michael Josephson, there are four principles of ethical behavior: honesty, integrity, fairness, and concern for others. You can think of these four basic principles as the legs of an imaginary stool. One missing leg will create a wobbly stool, but two missing legs makes the stool…

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Computer Appreciation For Beginners (Part 1)

To those who really want to be perfect in computer operation and understanding, this article which will come in 'parts' will lead you gently from the basics of computer to the complex usage of the software in the system. Before one starts using the programs in the system, he or she wants understand the system…

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Key Telephone Systems Vs VoIP-IP PBX Phone Systems

What is the difference between a Key Telephone System & a PBX Phone System? With the introduction of VoIP or IP Phone Systems, this old-technology question is becoming all the more relevant in your final decision to purchase the right phone system today. I have cut and pasted the following text from a Google search,…

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