151). 2005: Year of the Balance of Power By : Sramana Mitra
In 2005, Economics, Politics, Business, Technology and Media have all seen a balance of power. An Analysis.
152). Choosing a Laptop Computer Based on Hardware and Software Needs By : David Arnold Livingston
Laptop computers are one of the most desirable techie gadgets. A laptop is a portable computer that could comfortably be used while on a person’s lap – hence the name. It contains all the basic and necessary software (like Office System and Internet access) and hardware (like CD-Rom drive and Modem) features of an ordinary computer and still fits in an ordinary briefcase or backpack.
153). Need to Organize? Use Cupboards! By : James Monahan
In many homes today, cabinets play an important role in storage and space. People who live in smaller homes need to maximize their living spaces and use cabinets and other fixtures to enforce this.
154). Telecommuting to Work: How Web Conferencing can Help you be More Productive By : Dan Richmond
Broadband Internet connections are changing the way people go to work. Imagine not having to sit in a traffic jam, and just getting up in the morning and starting to work from your computer at home. This is not science fiction. If you already have a fast Internet connection, all you need to do is add a web cam and some conferencing software and you can enjoy the benefits of telecommuting...
155). A Unique Marketing Spin for a Coffee Shop By : William Dupree
Incorporating personal interaction in your marketing is a must today.
156). Creating a More Pleasant Office Space By : James Hunt
Many people find themselves working in a dreary office, with very little to inspire and stimulate. As office space becomes smaller for the regular working person...
157). Courier Through Time By : James Monahan
Throughout history, other forms of communication advanced, and the fundamental need for a courier has taught man to use different methods and approaches to transport valuable documents and other resources from one place to another.
158). How International Organization for Standardization Helps By : James Hunt
The International Organization for Standardization, or ISO, is a non-governmental organization that develops technical standards, contributing to making...
159). Making Business 2 Business Sales on the Internet By : William Dupree
Ways to find, contact, and sell to businesses through the use of the internet.
160). How To Make Good Decisions By : Saleem Rana
The failure to arrive at a decision causes a person to go round and round and round in maddening circles. The person ponders over the same information over and over. It is this failure to grasp a problem that creates nervous breakdowns. Once a decision is made, a clear, definite course of action opens up.
161). Clipboard and Screen Capture By : Mark Meshulam
A brief overview of the "clipboard" function found in Windows(tm) operating systems, and how it can be used to asist in screen capture and image handling.
162). Benefits Of A Relocation Service By : John Morris
The job of a relocation service is to simplify things in moving into a new location. It is their duty to make sure that every little detail you should know about your new house, and all information will be dealt with.
163). Making Money at Home through Affiliate Marketing – Part 2 of 2 By : Cher How Tan
Beginners and first timers should look at something more modest than $5,000 dollars a month. Starting with a smaller objective like $50 or $100 a day, at the same time learning the trade’s smaller and important nuances will be worthwhile
164). Top Inventory Keeping Secrets By : James Monahan
If the people in charge of keeping a company’s inventory do not do their job well, the business in question stands to make decisions based on wrong data.
165). The History of Pressure Washer By : James Hunt
Pressure washers have been around for many years. There have been changes made to the washer itself that have made it more popular over the years...
166). Video & Web Conferencing: How to Choose the System That is Best For You By : Dan Richmond
Video conferencing, web conferencing and online meetings are fast becoming important tools for organizations that must communicate with staff, clients or students in different geographical locations. If you have been thinking about using this technology for your enterprise, it is important to first outline your needs and then match them with the various online conferencing systems that are being offered in the marketplace. Here are a few things to consider when you shop around for the system that is best for you:
167). Making Money From Home with Affiliate Marketing By : Cher How Tan
Reinforcing belief in yourself can be reflected by investing in your own business of affiliate marketing. The ore you invest the more money you can make from home.
168). Using FTP to Send Large Files By : Mark Meshulam
How to send large files across the internet using FTP instead of as an email attachment.
169). Extending the Life of Your Business or Personal Computer Printer By : David Arnold Livingston
While printers do not generally bog down (not as often as one’s operating system or cd player), it is still important that people take care of their printers. Unlike personal computers that undergo constant upgrading, printers can be used for years. New printers in the market have basically the same function. Often, the difference lies in the speed, which will only be a point of contention if the printer is used at the office.
170). The Forex Trading System By : James Hunt
The Forex trading system was first created in the 1970’s. The word means “foreign exchange market” where the different currencies of the world are freely ...
171). Web & Video Conferencing Technology: Five Great Reasons to Start Utilizing Online Meetings Now By : Dan Richmond
Several years ago I was in a computer store and a salesman was trying to sell me something, in fact, he was trying to sell me anything that he could. I said that I had the latest computer and really didn’t need anything more. Then he showed me a web camera and I thought for a few seconds, but I really couldn’t figure out why I would need that gadget. Now things have changed and that salesman could get the sale from me, because the time is right to start conducting online web and video conferences. Here are a few reasons why the age of web conferencing has truly arrived:
172). Freighting Around the World By : James Monahan
Today, when needed, large amounts of freight can be transported in as little as a few hours. That truly is a long ways off from the time our parents had to wait months and months for their deliveries.
173). Greatness and the Silicon Valley Gold Rush By : Sramana Mitra
The boom and bust in Silicon Valley, and what sustains over time.
174). Department Store Buyer Becomes Interior Designer By : William Dupree
A market analysis gives direction to a small business.
175). Heavy Machinery – Makes Your Work Easy And Lighter By : Barney Garcia
Heavy machineries are those equipments, which are concerned with large projects. These equipments help to carry out those works that would have been very dangerous and strenuous to perform without big machinery.
176). Keeping Your Customers through Loyalty Marketing By : John Morris
What exactly is the best-kept secret behind incredibly successful businesses? Is it keeping up with the trends? Having an excellence workforce who will make sure that your company is working in tip top shape? Or is having a loyal client base who will not only keep on going back to you whenever they need your products or services but they are also the ones who will help your company get more attention from other people through good word of mouth.
177). A Vision for IC DFM By : Sramana Mitra
A Vision for Design for Manufacturability in Chips.
178). Document Shredding: ‘Destroying’ The Things That You ‘Value’ By : John Morris
Industries are in constant danger of having sensitive information ‘fall into the wrong hands’ – people that are out to inflict damage, such as a discontented employee or a competitor...
179). Going Public via Initial or Direct Public Offering: Role of the Securities and Exchange Commission By : Joel Arberman
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is the most well-known and feared governing body in the financial world. Its very name can be intimidating to a small company hoping to go public, but it doesn’t have to be.
180). How Flexibility Can Get You Out Of A Rut By : Saleem Rana
In our bid for security, we often stick to a path that has long since outlived its usefulness to us. Although we are uncomfortable with our situation, we prefer it to the fear of the unknown. The following story shows why flexibility is an important success principle.
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