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PC Spy Software monitors facebook and social media

PC Spy Software heralds many new exciting features that raise the bar for computer monitoring and spy software. Our software suite's latest incarnation brings many, many new features to the table and they all cannot be listed at www.pc-spy-software.com.

 

posted by: admin   |   date: September 25th 2012   |   read more..

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Looking for that perfect workstation?

Workstation, a desktop computer terminal, typically networked and more powerful than a personal computer is a device that is used daily in our business environment. Our office recently looked for new high performance workstation, and came across the SuperXpert products. Super Micro Computer, Inc. or Supermicro® (NASDAQ: SMCI), is a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server technology and innovation is a premier provider of end-to-end green computing solutions for Enterprise IT, Datacenter, Cloud Computing, HPC and Embedded Systems worldwide. Supermicro's advanced server Building Block Solutions® offers a vast array of modular, interoperable components for building energy-efficient, application-optimized, computing solutions. This broad line of products includes servers, blades, GPU systems, workstations, motherboards, chassis, power supplies, storage technologies, networking solutions and SuperRack® cabinets/accessories. Architecture innovations include Twin Architecture, SuperServer®, SuperBlade®, MicroCloud, Super Storage Bridge Bay (SBB), Double-Sided Storage™, Universal I/O (UIO) and WIO expansion technology all of which deliver unrivaled performance and value. If your looking for a workstation, this company is looking into.

posted by: admin   |   date: December 09th 2013   |   read more..

Business Banking Factors are Discussed

One of the oldest forms of business loans, factoring is the cash-management tool of choice for many companies. Factoring is very common in certain industries, such as the clothing industry, where long receivables are part of the business cycle. In a typical factoring arrangement, the client (you) makes a sale, delivers the product or service and generates an invoice. The factor (the funding source) buys the right to collect on that invoice by agreeing to pay you the invoice's face value less a discount--typically 2 to 6 percent. The factor pays 75 percent to 80 percent of the face value immediately and forwards the remainder (less the discount) when your customer pays. Because factors extend credit not to their clients but to their clients' customers, they are more concerned about the customers' ability to pay than the client's financial status. That means a company with creditworthy customers may be able to factor even if it can't qualify for a loan. Once used mostly by large corporations, factoring is becoming more widespread. Still, plenty of misperceptions about factoring remain. Factoring is not a loan; it does not create a liability on the balance sheet or encumber assets. It is the sale of an asset--in this case, the invoice. And while factoring is considered one of the most expensive forms of financing, that's not always true. Yes, when you compare the discount rate factors charge against the interest rate banks charge, factoring costs more. But if you can't qualify for a loan, it doesn't matter what the interest rate is. Factors also provide services banks do not: They typically take over a significant portion of the accounting work for their clients, help with credit checks, and generate financial reports to let you know where you stand.

posted by: admin   |   date: November 24th 2013   |   read more..

Corporate email archiving

Something we have noticed that has become more crucial to business plans for day-to-day actives is how your corporate email archiving is managed and archived. Over the past years, email has become a primary channel of business communication. It provides organizations  with a fast medium of conveying business correspondence such as purchase orders, quotations and sales transactions, in virtually any geographical area with the least physical effort possible. Research by Osterman  found that 46% of email users spend more than two hours each day doing something in their mailbox while as  much as 75% of a company’s intellectual property is contained within email and messaging systems.  Since emails have become the electronic substitutes of legal business documentation, the information being passed on through this electronic correspondence constitutes a record. Consequently, such correspondence must be retained for a minimum period of time, often established by statutes. Due to email predominance in the business industry, various pieces of legislation have been enacted to protect personal privacy, enforce corporate governance standards and maintain ethical conduct. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) are some examples of such regulations Companies like Message Logic analyze email, then score that email against 80 categories and measures, including privacy, foul language, the presence of social security numbers, confidential information, user-defined categories, and potential harassment (offensive content). When a message score exceeds a defined threshold, it is then placed into that category. Users of Message Logic can search on any of categories and create new ones specific to their needs. In addition, we provide real-time alerts, scheduled reports to track information and a full set of legal discovery, supervision and compliance tools.

posted by: admin   |   date: November 11th 2013   |   read more..