Applications, and the Future of GPS

Posted on March 15, 2016 By

Applications, and the Future of GPSImagine a small, portable electronic device that can do everything that you use gadgets for. It can give you turn-by-turn GPS directions. It can let you call and connect with your friends via text messaging and the internet. And it can even keep you entertained with music, movies, TV, and video games. Is this a pipe dream?

While these small devices certainly have not reach the status of “doing everything we use gadgets for,” it is certainly well on its way. 3G cell phone technology is creating a framework where all the technological advances humanity has made in the past 50-60 years and making available in the palm of our hands. GPS navigation and GPS tracking technology as well as the slew of advances in telecommunications, personal computing, and entertainment technology are all finding a home

First off cell phones are all about telecommunications. We can now sound an amazing amount of information through the air around us which our cell phones are able to access in the blink of the eye. We can

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Top 3 Written Communication Tips

Posted on February 15, 2016 By

comPeople ask me all the time, “What are the best written communication tips for a professional?”. Depending on your particular line of work, I can suggest various tips to help you be more professional at work. However, in this post, I’ve included the top 3 written communication tips which can bolster your professional image at your workplace. By using these tips, you’ll achieve a more professional image, plus also communicate effectively at work.

So here are the top 3 written communication tips for you to use at work:

1. Communicate As Per Hierarchy.

Communication with your boss should include words of modesty and request, while written communication with your subordinates must reflect your authority and command. And finally when you’re communicating with your peers, avoid being demanding, or submissive – keep it casual.

In case you’re communicating about business with someone outside your workplace, like a prospective client, current customer, etc. use the same courteous communication technique you use with your seniors at work. Just keep in mind not be sound submissive, just polite.

2. KISS

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Telecommunications Network Monitoring Tools

Posted on January 10, 2016 By

Telecommunications Network Monitoring ToolsA network monitoring tool is a type of software that will monitor your telecom infrastructure and detect hardware failures or discrepancies that can result in lost revenues.

Monitoring your operation with some type of software, tool or system is required for your telecommunication network management team with the necessary data that is needed for hardware upgrades, peak capacity usage and customer satisfaction.

A network monitoring tool will help assist your network management team with making those important decisions.

What will a network monitoring tool do for your telecom.

Monitors the incoming and outgoing traffic data collected and presents the network data in a simple format. Data reports from a network monitoring tool, collectively or individually, provides support to network management in the planning of long and short-term objectives. Performance evaluation of the telecom infrastructure is easily measured by comparative studies, thereby maximizing network engineering efficiency and facilitating good customer service.

Through the software engineering report, hardware and equipment failures can be identified. Persistent failure points to a potentially serious maintenance problem within the network. In addition to the required routine maintenance,

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