Mobile Phones – Good & Bad Manners

Just about everyone uses a mobile phone but not everyone has good manners when using one, how often have we seen someone driving along the highway, maybe even children in the back, talking on their mobile? This is not only very bad manners it is also illegal in most countries in the world. There are…

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SMS and MMS Integration With VoIP Communications

There are a great number of people even in developing countries who have, in one way or another, experienced using SMS or Short Message System using mobile phones. In fact, when people hear the word SMS or Text message, most would readily associate the term with mobile phones. An extended standard in messaging called MMS…

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The Teacher As Disciplinarian: Ten Ideas That Really Work!

Ten Ideas You Can Try Right Away "Discipline is not the Enemy of Enthusiasm!" – Morgan Freeman as Joe Clark When it comes to Discipline in the schools, there are many well-publicized and well-marked "systems". People sometimes get carried away with systems, or programs, structures, textbooks, etc., arguing passionately, for example, that block scheduling is…

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7 Essential Elements For Creating a Filing System

I know… you probably think of filing as the most boring job in the world, and there are probably a 101 other thing that you would prefer to do instead. However, as a solo business owner, it is down to you to do the filing and stay organized. As a result this is one of…

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Just What Is SIP And SS7…. And How Do They Work With VoIP?

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Signaling System 7 (SS7) are the common protocols used for transmitting voice across networks. Just how they work with VoIP….or not….opens the door for both concerns and opportunity. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a protocol developed by IETF MMUSIC Working Group and proposed standard for initiating, modifying, and terminating an…

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Functions of Digestive System and Excretory System

The digestive and excretory systems are subsystems of human body and are connected to each other. The digestive system is responsible for providing fuel required for the proper working of human body whereas excretory system manages and removes the waste out of human body. The description for the working of digestive system and excretory system…

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Uses and Advantages of Cell Phone Cases and Covers

Since our daily lives can become a bit rough and demanding, the foremost cell phone accessories any cell phone user should invest on are cell phone cases and covers. Unfortunately, when you buy a new mobile device, it usually doesn’t come with a cell phone case, and has to be purchased separately. Now, the question…

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The True Definition of Communication

The above title may seem elementary; however, I assure you that it is not. The fact is that most people do not communicate effectively at all; hence, they do not truly grasp the definition of communication. The goal of this article is to provide you with a more in-depth definition and understanding of the same….

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Essential Elements of Good Corporate Communication

Corporate communications is the means by which organizations build their brand value. In recent times, a number of organizations have realized that effective communication can not only avert crisis situations but also increase the brands power. With this dual objective in mind, a growing number of companies are laying a lot of emphasis on boosting…

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Five Guidelines For Ethical Business Communications

Do you understand what behaving ethically entails? According to Michael Josephson, there are four principles of ethical behavior: honesty, integrity, fairness, and concern for others. You can think of these four basic principles as the legs of an imaginary stool. One missing leg will create a wobbly stool, but two missing legs makes the stool…

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