A Short Introduction to iPhone

IPhone is a Smartphone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first generation of iPhone was unveiled on January 9, 2007 by Apple president Steve Jobs, although official sales started on June 29, 2007. The first generation of iPhone was 2G but later it upgraded to 3G from the 2nd and onward versions. All the…

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Transportation Management System – An Introduction

A Transportation Management System (TMS) is a software that is aimed at helping business and organizations to effectively manage its logistics supply chain, it helps organizing and tracking the movements of the products and materials. A Transportation Management System also helps in managing shipping units, outbound and inbound shipment scheduling, transportation mode selection, freight bill…

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What If Your Immune System Stops Working?

Immunodeficiency disorders happen when one or more components of your immune system are missing or when the system is not working as supposed to be. Defects in one’s immune system can be congenital or acquired. Either way, having problems with the immune system permits harmful microorganisms to easily penetrate the body’s defenses and make anyone…

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Cellular Phone Scanners – How Mobile Phone Scanners Work

Cellular phone scanners are devices that are used to intercept and monitor conversations through mobile phones. These are commonly used in law enforcement and by private detectives who are specially commissioned to track suspicious individuals. In some cases, they can also be used by businesses to record phone conversations with clients for proper documentation of…

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What Is The Difference Between ERP And Enterprise System?

Enterprise system and Enterprise Resource Planning System terms are similar but there is difference between an enterprise system and an ERP system. An ES or enterprise system is a large scale system which includes packages like ERP and CRM. ERP is a subset of Enterprise System or it can be said that ES is a…

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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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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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The Importance of Office Telephone Equipment

It may be that your office telephone equipment is, well, let's say a little past its prime! Perhaps it: Was purchased many years (or even decades!) Ago; Enterprises lots of different makes of equipment that have somehow been patched together to provide your system; Is not entirely reliable or able to support modern functions such…

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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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