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What Makes ShoreTel’s IP Phone System So Brilliant?

The phone system in a business or virtually any organization has evolved so much since Scottish-born Alexander Graham Bell invented the first phone in the US. There have been so many players from the United States, Canada, Japan, China, Sweden, Germany, France, and even the UK.

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How To Get 3 More Years Out of Your Computer

We’re living in an amazing time. It seems like the collusion between Dell, IBM, HP, Microsoft, and Intel that required higher spec machines for more bloated software has come to an end. Most users noticed the average PC constantly had to be upgraded to handle the latest version of MS Office with it’s Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Outlook applications.

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Will Apple’s Watch Redefine The Market For Timepieces?

A visit to a local mobile phone shop is very revealing. Almost every mobile phone is now a ‘smart phone’. Cellular service providers are looking to sell these touch display phones that bring in a higher monthly revenue for their packet services.

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How Do Newspapers Make Money?

The circulations of newspapers began to decline with the introduction of the internet, or shall we say with the ‘the maturing’ of the internet. People have just turned away from paying for news when they can get it online for free. Every major news organisation has the latest events online, as they have to, to be competitive with the other companies around.

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The Benefits of Keeping A Fax Machine In The Office

Communications have evolved considerably over the last 100 years. We see incredible advances with the computer in our pocket… the smartphone. If you are a teenager, the smartphone and other devices may be the only mode of communication that you know.

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Spring CEO Insights Forum (CIF) Tokyo Attended By Major Companies In Japan

Judging by the comments of the c-levels that attended, the CIF was a huge success. The AINEO Networks Managing Director welcomed all the guest Chief Executives to the top of the Roppongi Hills tower. Each boss got a chance to talk a bit about what was going on in their business and was able to connect with the large group as an individual.

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