.Net Charts and Graphs Interact with Businesses and CustomersWritten by Joe Miller
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I have touched on many of research and travel interaction created through .net maps and charts, but there are other benefits to individuals filling role of investor, client, employee, and customer.
Investors have access to financial statements prepared with .net technology, making it easier for them to sift through multiple levels of information important to their investment decisions.
Clients have ability to check status of their orders or to track progress of systems or other developing projects.
Employees may manage and review 401k or other benefit information.
Customers may not only research products they are interested in buying, but they can also, in many cases, test them out online.
Perhaps one of best features of .net technology, including .net chart, .net map, and .net graph, is that all .net charts are convertible to PDF through .net PDF technology. In other words, printing .net maps and charts will no longer cause right margin of page to cut off much of information. The .net map, as you see it, will convert to an 8.5” x 11” sheet of printed paper.
Technology is marching forward, and in search for helpful informational technology that will bridge gaps among business demographics, .net maps, charts, and graphs, will interact with and work with employees, customers, clients, and investors to bring everyone onto same page.
Joe Miller is an author of informational articles and online advertisements on business, technology, and health. Information on .net map, .net chart, .net graph is available at Corda.com.
Security, Stability, and Interoperability Issues on VoIP ImplementationWritten by Al Falaq Arsendatama
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Compatibility between VoIP equipment from different vendors is a very important aspect to boost use of VoIP products. Without standardized quality of service mechanisms businesses would need to buy all equipment and QoS server from same manufacturer. The VoIP world seems to be divided between many vendors with reluctance to establish interoperability and some who are trying to be end-to-end supplier but at same time worried about interoperability. The protocols used in VoIP communication are still considered fairly complex in comparison to most of other protocols involved in Internet applications. SIP (Session Initiation Protocol - a signaling protocol for Internet conferencing, telephony, events notification, and instant messaging), that is regarded as simple and elegant other protocols, is still not efficient.
On bright side, however, SIP is approaching status as an IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) standard, after several years of work. With recent version, it has achieved a greater amount of stability and changes are becoming smaller and smaller. Phone switch companies such as Nortel have recently begun supporting SIP, and now manufacturers of handsets and related devices will soon ramp up their support. Motorola, Avaya, and Proxim have made collaboration on creation and deployment of IP telephony solutions that will deliver new extents of communication mobility and network connectivity.
With these three VoIP aspects covered, businesses will be able to maximize their investment by applying it as backbone of internal communication such as phone conversation, videoconferencing, instant messaging, faxing, etc. Another area that will widely make use of VoIP is call centers, in which Web contacts, virtual operations with outsourcers overseas, and remote sites, such as home agents, all could improve customer experience. New VoIP applications that we have not thought about may also come into existence as services generates more business and profits for companies.
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