Suitable for different types of companies

Our proposal software is for all types of companies. Anyone who makes proposals can use Offorte. Learn what matters to each type of business and how we help them create proposals and win orders.

The comprehensive overview below shows only part of the types of companies for whom our proposal tool is suitable. The software contains many types of templates that are a good starting point for your proposal.

Suitable for different types of companies

Types of companies

A/B Testing

A/B testing, also known as split testing, is a method for making an optimal decision by comparing two variants and analyzing the results. A/B testing was developed in the late 20th century and is used in several areas, including software development, conversion rate optimization, marketing and business analysis.
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Adventure Travel

Adventure travel is a form of self-directed travel that typically involves the exploration of remote destinations and sometimes extreme or endurance activities. Adventure travelers often visit developing countries and are well prepared for their trips, taking time to ensure that they are healthy and safe, carrying their own supplies and equipment.
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Advertising

Advertisements (in the broadest sense) are messages intended to persuade an audience to buy or act in some way. They can be compared to the ancient Roman practice of harangues by politicians and businessmen, although the modern equivalent can be targeted more accurately.
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Advice

Advice is a way to say what should be done in order to solve a problem or help someone to make a decision. The difference between advise and advice is that "advise" has the notion of guidance or recommendation while "advice" does not. It can also be argued that "advise" is only for offering information (what to do), while "advice" is for suggesting possible courses of action. For example, it is correct to say "I advise you to visit the doctor" but incorrect to say "I advise you to visit the doctor." The verb "advise" means to offer an opinion or recommendation.
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Aerospace

Aerospace refers to the design, construction, operation, and use of aircraft, spacecraft, and related machines, such as missiles. Aerospace is an important industry and includes the following sub-industries: OEM/ODMOriginal Equipment Manufacturer/Original Design Manufacturer aerospace, military vehicles
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Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought by the affiliate's own marketing efforts. It is commonly used in the sales of products and services where affiliates are paid a percentage of the sales price.
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Analytics

Analytics is the process of using data to identify trends and patterns. It's used in many areas of business and marketing. The basic idea is to have a way to predict what is going to happen in the future. You can analyze data on customer preferences, sales performance, competitors' actions, the economy, new products and more. By doing so, you can draw conclusions and plan ahead. Analytics is often used to improve business processes, for example by finding out where a company can cut costs or how customers respond to certain marketing campaigns.
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Animation

The word animation comes from the Latin word anima meaning soul. In traditional animation, images are drawn or painted one after the other and the first image is drawn over a series of frames to create the illusion of movement when these images are displayed in rapid succession. The image usually moves a little bit from one frame to the next, so each frame is slightly different from the last.
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App Marketing

App marketing is the process of promoting apps in order to increase their visibility and downloads. App marketing is essential for apps that want to gain visibility in app stores and get a large number of downloads. App marketing is becoming increasingly important as mobile applications are making inroads into various areas of people's lives. The increase in mobile app usage is set to lead to a rise in demand for ancillary services and products, such as app marketing.
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Application Performance Management

Application Performance Management (APM) is the process of managing performance across the application lifecycle, from design to deployment and from operation to optimization. This enables an organization to understand where and why an application is not performing as expected. A proper APM solution has four main capabilities: • Alerting: Providing alerts based on a performance threshold so that users can take action to prevent performance issues. • Analytics: Reporting on trends and patterns to provide insight into the application's performance over time. • Diagnostics: Assisting in the diagnosis of a performance issue so that developers can find and fix the problem. • Virtualization: Helping to determine if the issue is caused by a problem with the application or with the underlying infrastructure. In a world where any application could be accessed by hundreds or thousands of users at once, it is important for organizations to have the ability to monitor the applications they run. APM solutions provide a complete overview of the performance of an application over time, helping companies pinpoint exactly where and when issues are occurring. This way, IT can take the necessary steps to fix them before they become too serious.
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Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC)

Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) is a chip design. There are several ASIC chips on a computer, where each chip has its own purpose and functionality. For example, a graphics card ASIC chip can only be used for rendering images on the screen, and an ASIC CPU chip can only be used for calculating numbers. Any other use of such chips is technically impossible. The main reason for using ASIC chips instead of using software is speed. Software can not compete with the speed of hardware, so a hardware is chosen to carry out the most important tasks. When there is a special need in computer systems, usually it involves hardware that must work very fast and efficiently. For example, video games, artificial intelligence and 3D graphics processing involve multiple numbers crunching and complex calculations. This is why the graphics card in your computer contains a special ASIC chip that makes it possible to process these tasks very fast. ASIC is used to make special equipment that uses multiple computers to perform a specific task faster than would be possible with a single computer. A Bitcoin mining machine or a cryptocurrency mining machine would be an example of such equipment. Many miners, investors and enthusiasts claim that mining equipment that uses ASIC chips can mine cryptocurrencies much faster than traditional computers and graphics cards. This explains why many people choose to invest in ASIC mining equipment instead of using their own home computers or graphics cards to mine cryptocurrencies. A lot of money has been spent on the development of special ASIC chips for different applications and industries such as bitcoin mining, but they have all been proven to be more profitable than traditional computers and graphics cards. Although some users still argue that using a regular computer or graphics card for mining is just as profitable as an ASIC machine, no one can deny the fact that ASIC equipment has revolutionized the world of mining cryptocurrencies with its increased efficiency and speed.
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Apps

Application Software is any software that helps a user perform a task or complete a job. Examples of applications are word processors, databases, and spreadsheets. Applications usually reside on the computer's hard drive or other storage media and can be run directly from there. The term application software is used to distinguish these programs from operating systems and development tools. Application software may be in the form of standalone programs or software components that implement one or more functionalities, or in the form of suites of integrated programs.
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Architecture

Architecture is the art and science of designing and building structures that are both functional and pleasing to the eye. The term comes from the Latin architectus, which was derived from the Greek word "arkhi-tekton" meaning master builder. An architect has many different roles. For example, they design buildings, bridges, tunnels, and other types of buildings. They also plan cities and towns, oversee building projects from start to finish, and coordinate construction teams. Their job is to make sure that buildings meet all of the necessary safety standards and are structurally sound. They must consider a lot of different factors, such as location, size, climate, and even the budget when designing buildings. A famous architect in the past was Michelangelo. He designed many famous buildings in Rome and Florence, including St. Peter's Basilica and the Cathedral of Florence. In the future, there will be even more amazing architects creating incredible works of art. Some companies have in-house architects who design office buildings for them or work with an architect to design their buildings. For example, IBM has a team of architects who design IBM offices around the world. The architect has several duties:
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Archiving Service

An archiving service is an online data storage solution. Data can be saved in the cloud, as opposed to storing data on a local device or on an external hard drive. The data is stored in encrypted form and must be decrypted by the user before it can be viewed.
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Art

art can be expressed in many different ways and using a wide variety of media. Art can be defined as a self-expression, an abstract concept or a statement. What is art? What is not art? Do we need art? Do we appreciate art? Art is the expression of the artist, without any intended purpose. It can be created to enhance our surroundings or it can exist in our surroundings.
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Asset Management

Asset management is the tracking and management of any resource that has value to a business. It may include tangible assets such as buildings, machinery, or equipment, intangible assets such as patents, copyrights, or goodwill, and financial assets such as stocks and bonds. Assets are recorded on the balance sheet of a company. Asset management is one aspect of the broader topic of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM).
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Assisted Living

The assisted living concept is based on the idea that residents in these facilities do not need medical care. They can live independently, with a little help from staff. This level of care is designed for seniors who can take care of themselves, but who also have trouble doing so. They may need help with certain daily tasks, such as cooking, bathing and dressing. Sometimes a senior may need help with medication or the inability to get out of bed and into a wheelchair. To accommodate these seniors, the assisted living facility provides apartments or cottages where they can stay as long as they need to. These accommodations are small but functional, and often come with kitchenettes and dining areas. Depending on the community, there are also common areas where seniors can interact with each other and have fun. The staff will also make sure they are well taken care of. They provide a range of services, including medication management, daily activities and transportation. Residents also receive three meals a day and housekeeping services. The staff are trained to help the seniors with whatever they need to live comfortably. They have additional training in medical issues, which makes them an extra pair of hands when it comes to any emergencies that may arise. This service is free for residents but can be pricey for family members who want their loved ones to live there. In many cases, residents must apply for Medicaid benefits before moving into assisted living facilities to cover some or all of their costs.
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Assistive Technology

Assistive technology is a generic term that refers to any device or product that helps people with disabilities perform daily living activities. This type of technology can help individuals with a wide range of disabilities, including blindness, deafness, physical disabilities, and cognitive disabilities. Assistive technology can include everything from a low-tech solution like a screen reader to a high-tech piece of equipment like a wearable computer.
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Audio

Audio stands for audio file. In this section, I will explain how to find an audio file and add it to your presentation. In the presentation, you can play the audio file as if it was a video.
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Augmented Reality

Augmented reality (AR) is an interactive experience of a real-world environment whose elements are "augmented" by computer-generated perceptual information, sometimes across multiple sensory modalities, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory, and olfactory. The overlaid sensory information can be constructive (i.e., additive to the natural environment) or destructive (i.e., masking of the natural environment) and is seamlessly interwoven with the physical world such that it is perceived as an immersive aspect of the real environment. Augmented reality alters the user's perception of reality, and represents a hybrid of existing technology concepts such as virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, telepresence and avatars.
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Auto Insurance

It is a compulsory insurance covering damage to or loss of property due to fire, theft, accident, windstorm, riot, earthquake, flood, landslide and any other perils. It may also cover liability for death or injury to others caused by the use of a vehicle.
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Automotive

The automotive industry is involved in the design, manufacture, and selling of motor vehicles, passenger cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, construction equipment and engines. The automotive industry is one of the world's largest industrial manufacturers.
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B2B

B2B stands for Business to Business. A B2B interaction involves the selling and buying of goods and services between two businesses. The goal of B2B marketing is to build strong relationships with a wide range of potential customers, from corporate giants to small local businesses. A B2B marketer must be aware of every aspect of the buying process, from researching the market to understanding customer behavior.
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B2C

Business to Consumer (B2C) is a way of selling directly to consumers. Companies with a B2C business model use the internet and/or mobile apps to reach their customers. In contrast, Business to Business (B2B) is a way of selling directly to other businesses. Businesses with a B2B business model use trade shows, catalogs, and/or email to reach their customers.
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Beauty

Beauty is a subjective experience, often related to an encounter with some thing or some one we find attractive. It is a phenomenon of our mind, but it also relates to how we as humans interact with the world around us. We tend to categorize things in our surroundings and then label them. We also tend to use labelling as a basis for interaction with the "labeled" object. The labelling may be negative or positive depending on what we feel about the labeled object. A beautiful person is labeled as such and thus interacts differently with other people than someone who is not considered beautiful (see Prisoner's Dilemma).
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Billing

Billing is the process of accounting for the products or services provided. Billing is also the act of applying the rules and regulations to a product or service so that it can be consumed, paid for, or accepted by another party. A bill is an itemized list of charges or other specified amounts owed by one party to another. Billing occurs when a bill is sent to a debtor, requesting payment. A company can also be referred to as a "biller". The term billing can also be used as a verb, meaning "to submit a bill to a customer".
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Boating

Boating is the activity of using a boat for transportation, recreation, or for the purpose of fishing or trade. Boats have been important throughout history, and there are still millions of them in use today. In 2006 there were about 258 million small and large boats in the world.
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Brand Marketing

Brand marketing is a form of marketing that focuses on building a strong brand image for the product or service. The goal of brand marketing is to make a company known for a certain product or service. This can be done by many ways, such as branding, advertising, events and sponsorships. Brand marketing is very important because it builds the image of the company. It makes people more willing to purchase a product because they know the product name and can trust the company behind it. Brand marketing can also help people who already own a product from that company stay loyal to the brand.
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Broadcasting

Broadcasting is the activity of broadcasting, transmitting or otherwise disseminating information or entertainment to a dispersed audience via any electronic mass communications medium, such as radio and television.
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Building Maintenance

Building maintenance is a set of routine activities to prevent deterioration and preserve a building or other infrastructure. It includes the periodic repair and renovation of all building elements such as roofing, drains, water pipes, elevators, and boilers. Building maintenance is distinguished from building restoration in that it encompasses a wide range of building envelope components and functions rather than simply repairing damage.
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Building Material

Building Material is a group of raw materials used to build buildings or structures. Building Material is typically produced as building units which are assembled or otherwise made by workers or machinery. These materials may be obtained from natural sources, as in gravel, or produced artificially, as in bricks.
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Business Development

Business development, also known as business development (BD), is a field in marketing and strategic management, focused on enabling a company to create and maintain profitable customer relationships. The business development function is based on the premise that companies will not survive or grow unless they can expand their markets. The process of business development centers on creating and maintaining these profitable customer relationships.
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Business Information Systems

A business information system (BIS) is a computer system used for handling data within a business. It is often considered to be an electronic substitute for paper-based information systems. Information systems have been with us since the early days of computing, but only since the 1970s have they begun to be referred to as BISs. A BIS typically involves three components: the data, the storage technology used to store the data, and the information retrieval mechanism used to access the data. This last element of a BIS is increasingly becoming its most visible part.
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Business Intelligence

A business intelligence (BI) solution is a system that allows you to manage information in a way that will benefit your organization. It may provide an overview of sales data, or the number of customers who visited your website last month. This information can be used to make strategic decisions, such as pricing, personnel and distribution. It is also possible to use BI for the analysis of information in order to solve problems. Excel can be used as a business intelligence tool. Business intelligence software is designed to provide information on specific business aspects and features powerful tools that make data analysis and decision making easier. An example of a business intelligence system is Microsoft Dynamics CRM. It has a customer relationship management (CRM) component and other modules such as sales, marketing, operations and service management. All these modules are connected with each other through Microsoft’s Business Intelligence toolset, which allows the different modules to share data. This way, CRM can analyze its own performance and make decisions based on the insights it has on its customers and other relevant aspects of its operations. Another example of a business intelligence tool is Google Analytics. With this tool you can collect visitor statistics from your website and thus gain insights into how visitors interact with your website, how they navigate through it and what their behavior is like. This data can then be used to improve your website or for marketing purposes. The insights gained from Google Analytics can be compared with the results of surveys in order to determine what sort of information about your customers will be the most useful for future decisions.
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Business Travel

Business travel is a term used to describe the temporary relocation of an employee to a different city or country for the purpose of business. There are two main categories of business travel: domestic and international. Domestic business travel involves the travel of an employee from one city to another within the same country. International business travel involves the travel of an employee from one country to another. This may involve either short-term travel, known as "trip work", or long-term relocation, known as "transfer work".
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CAD

CAD stands for Computer Aided Design. Computer Aided Design is the use of a computer to assist in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design. In general, CAD software is used to increase the productivity of the designer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation, and to create a database for manufacturing. CAD is used in many fields and by many professional disciplines. CAD software is used extensively by engineers and architects in the design and drafting of all types of structures and products. The same technology is also widely used to produce high-quality graphics for product illustration and technical documentation.
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Call Center

Call center (or call center) is a company or a facility that provides customer support to customers by telephone or e-mail. The term call center also refers to the agents working in these centers, who are often available 24 hours a day. In general, the concept of call center is used for all customer contact services that are not handled in person, such as mail, chat, and fax. However, the meaning of the term has evolved over time. Nowadays, it is usually used to refer to a location where most customer service requests are handled by employees working at telephone stations. Call centers can also be used for tasks other than customer service, such as debt collection and telemarketing.
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Car Sharing

Car sharing or car clubs are community-based organisations that provide a service allowing people to use a vehicle when they need it, for as long as they need it, and then return it to a designated parking space.
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Career Planning

Career planning is a term used in the workplace to describe the process of developing an effective career plan. A career plan includes learning new skills, taking on leadership roles, and maintaining a high level of professionalism. Career planning can also be used as a way to help employees prepare for possible promotions within the company. As a career planning example, companies can encourage their employees to participate in educational courses that will help them get promoted within the company.
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Casual Games

Casual games are small video games that can be played for a short time, or simply played in a casual manner. They often do not require as much commitment as more "hardcore" games, which is why they are popular with non-gamers. The term casual game itself is sometimes used to refer to mobile games, but casual games can also be played on the web, on social networks or as a downloadable game on a console or personal computer.
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Catering

The terms "catering" and "event catering" are often used interchangeably, although this is not technically correct. While an event caterer is someone who specialises in creating dishes for a particular event, a caterer generally provides services to the public, which can include organising events, providing buffet-style meals and providing for group dining.
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Cause Marketing

Cause marketing is the corporate and social responsibility practice of partnering with nonprofit organizations to leverage the promotional strength of for-profit companies to increase awareness, generate goodwill, or drive donations. Cause marketing provides a way for consumers to do good while making a purchase. It has emerged as a trend in the United States since the early 2000s, and the impact of cause marketing on consumer behavior has become an area of interest to academics and marketers. Research suggests that cause marketing is effective in changing attitudes and purchase behavior for a brand, but these effects are short-lived.
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Chemical

A chemical compound is a pure substance formed by the chemical union of two or more elements or of an element and a non-element. Chemical compounds have a unique and defined chemical structure; they consist of a fixed ratio of atoms that are held together in a specific spatial arrangement. The constituent elements can be atoms, molecules, ions, or other chemical species. Chemical compounds have different physical properties (e.g., solubility, phase, particle shape, etc.) from their constituent elements.
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Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineering is a discipline that applies the physical sciences (especially chemistry, physics, and materials science) and life sciences (especially biochemistry, microbiology, and molecular biology) together with mathematics and economics to produce/transform chemicals, materials, energy, and biological processes. It deals with the design, construction, operation, control, optimization, and integration of chemical plants. Chemical engineers use their knowledge of various disciplines such as thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and electrochemistry to design large-scale industrial processes. They will attempt to optimize the process parameters while considering the economics of the design.
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Civil Engineering

A civil engineer is a person who has expertise in civil engineering, the branch of engineering that deals with the planning, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings.
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Clean Energy

Clean Energy is a form of energy that is created from renewable resources, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, etc. An example of clean energy is the power you get from solar panels on your roof. In contrast, dirty energy is produced from non-renewable resources, such as oil or coal. The use of clean energy has grown over the past years. The development and innovation of new forms of clean energy is one of the most important issues for governments around the world. The reasons are clear: you want to reduce CO2 emissions and provide sustainable energy for future generations. As countries continue to develop, demand for clean energy will only increase.
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CleanTech

CleanTech is a relatively new sector that focuses on the development of sustainable energy technologies. CleanTech has two main objectives: reduce CO2 emissions and use more renewable energy. These goals are clearly at odds with each other, which makes it an interesting field to work in. One of the most important sources of renewable energy is solar power. This can be used to produce electricity or, for example, to heat water or houses. Many people want to have their own solar panels on their roof and generate their own electricity. A company called SolarEdge helps achieve this goal by developing the hardware and software needed to control the solar panels remotely.
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Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a term used to describe a set of technologies that facilitate the delivery of computing services over the Internet. It provides individuals and businesses with instant access to applications and data that are hosted on central servers. Instead of investing in their own infrastructure, businesses can purchase only the computing resources they need, when they need them. With cloud computing, users can scale up or down instantly to meet the demands of their business. Definitions In basic terms, cloud computing is a way of delivering hosted services over the Internet via shared resources. Cloud computing is also known as "software as a service" (SaaS), which means that software applications are hosted and delivered via the Internet, instead of being installed on an organization's local computer systems. This helps to reduce costs and streamline maintenance and management. Some people also refer to cloud computing as "on-demand software," which means that software is available whenever it's needed and only for as long as it's needed.
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Cloud Data Services

Cloud data services are a new form of database that can store massive amounts of data and information, in comparison to the traditional on-premises database, which is stored locally. The local storage comes with an expense, as they are large and can occupy a lot of space. This also comes with a large cost for maintenance and upgrades. On the other hand, cloud data services do not come with these issues. They are located on the internet, so they do not require any installation or maintenance. In addition, they are very cheap, since there is no installation cost and little maintenance cost.
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Cloud Infrastructure

Cloud computing refers to the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product. The term is used to describe an on-demand model, whereby the cloud provider manages the infrastructure and allows users to access systems using a web browser or applications. Cloud computing provides scalable, on-demand, self-service access to computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.
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Cloud Management

Cloud management is the use of tools and processes to manage the cloud infrastructure. The cloud infrastructure refers to the resources that are needed to run the cloud services such as the servers, storage, network devices, operating systems, and virtualization software. Managing the cloud infrastructure is different from managing on-premises infrastructure because it uses public cloud computing rather than an organization's own data center. The difference between managing on-premises infrastructure and cloud infrastructure is similar to the difference between managing a personal computer versus managing a server farm.
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Cloud Security

The term Cloud Computing refers to the use of a computer network for the provision of a wide range of services that are based on the use of hardware and software resources. A cloud computing environment may consist of both the virtualized infrastructure and the software applications, which are hosted on it. It is operated on a self-service basis and requires little or no human interaction with the technology itself. This helps in achieving more efficient and higher scalability, reduced IT infrastructure costs, etc. Cloud Computing has revolutionized the way we do business today. It is believed that cloud computing will become an integral part of every business in the future. The amount of businesses using cloud technology is rapidly increasing and is expected to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. The term "Cloud Security" refers to securing all the information being processed in a cloud environment against unauthorized access, alteration, or destruction. Cloud security can be ensured by various methods like encryption, identity management, authorization, data security, etc. It is very important to implement adequate cloud security measures to protect any sensitive data being processed in a cloud environment. The most common types of cloud-based applications are web applications (both public and private), online storage services, email services, virtual machine (VM) hosting services, Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS). There are many challenges related to securing cloud applications against malicious attacks such as malware injection, denial-of-service attacks, phishing scams, web application attacks, data breaches due to misconfiguration issues, insider threats etc. However, the importance of implementing proper security measures for securing these applications against such attacks cannot be emphasized enough.
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Cloud Storage

Cloud storage is a form of online data storage that allows users to store their data on remote servers. In contrast to a file server, the data is typically not accessible via a local area network, but through the Internet or other networks.
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CMS

A content management system (CMS) is a system of software used to publish content to the World Wide Web and intranets. The content is usually presented in a website, but the term can also be applied to software that manages content in other forms, such as print publishing, email newsletters, and even documentation files. The term refers to both the application software used to produce Web sites or pages on a Web site, and the computer systems used to publish content produced by an authoring tool.
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Coffee

In the US, coffee is usually taken to be a morning meal and consumed as such. Although in other parts of the world, this practice is not very common. Coffee is generally taken in the morning. Coffee contains caffeine and can stimulate the central nervous system. There are various types of coffee which can be used in different ways, and that's why it's not just one thing. You can have a coffee break at work to give yourself a bit of a rest from work, and it can give you an energy boost when you're tired or need to focus.
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Collaboration

Collaboration is the action of working together to produce something. It is a process by which two or more parties work together to realize or achieve something, usually involving a collaborative effort of work.
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Collection Agency

A collection agency is a company that is hired by a creditor to recover the money that is owed. It is the role of the collection agency to collect outstanding amounts for their client, but it is important to know that they are not there to harass the debtor. They must follow strict guidelines set out by legislation and ensure they act ethically at all times. There are many responsibilities for a collection agency, including:
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Comics

Comics are a form of literature that can be read by a wide audience, especially a general audience. They are usually but not always sequential art, and are often humorous or satirical in nature. Historically, they arose in parallel with another form of literature: the prose narrative. Prior to the creation of printed literature, narratives were typically conveyed through speech or drama, and comics used the advantages of sequential art to develop the form in a new direction.
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Commercial

Commercial Something is commercial if it is produced or used in order to make money. In this context, the word is used to refer to the production or usage of a certain product or service. For example, “Nokia is the commercial leader in mobile phones”. In another example, “Citibank is commercial lending with over $1.5 trillion in assets”.
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Commercial Insurance

The purpose of a commercial insurance policy is to provide protection against loss in the event of certain types of risk. The policyholder is typically an individual or business owner. Depending on the insurance policy, the risk could be natural or man-made, and accidental or intentional. Example: Your company's fleet vehicles are insured by Commercial Auto Insurance. The company's coverage includes physical damage and liability to third parties. The premiums are based on the type of vehicle, mileage, and your record of safety and accidents.
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Commercial Lending

Commercial lending is when a bank provides money to a business. In order to do this, the bank will require a security interest on the assets of the business. This can be in the form of fixed or floating charges, or a general security agreement.
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Commercial Real Estate

Commercial real estate is any property that is leased to a business or government entity. This includes offices, shopping centers, warehouses, storage facilities, apartment buildings, hotels, and many other types of property. A company's decision to lease or buy real estate depends on the type of property they need, the cost of the lease, the cost of the purchase, and how much risk they are willing to take.
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Communication Hardware

Communication hardware is the devices used to communicate between a sender and a receiver. A very basic example is a telephone. It's used for communication in most of the world. The message (content) is encoded in electrical signals and sent over the phone line to another telephone, where it is decoded and heard as sound. Another example is the Internet. Here the message is coded in binary and sent over the internet to another computer, where it is decoded and displayed on a screen.
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Communications Infrastructure

Communications infrastructure is the technical equipment used to transmit information from one location to another. The main difference between a wired and wireless communications infrastructure is the method used to transmit data. Wireless networks use radio waves or infrared light to transmit data, while wired networks use wires to send data from one device to another. Wires are found in both wired and wireless networks, but only wireless networks have no wires.
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Compliance

It is a set of policies, processes and standards that is used to ensure a company complies with the laws and regulations. In other words, compliance ensures that a company does not break any laws. This is usually implemented to prevent a company from committing any acts of fraud or unethical practices. It's important to keep in mind that there are two different kinds of compliance: legal compliance and ethical compliance. Both of these types of compliance are important, as one affects the company's reputation, while the other affects its bottom line.
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Computer

A computer is a machine that processes data. It is a programmable machine, which means that you can input data, set it to perform a certain task and, if necessary, correct the result of the calculation. Although a computer consists of several components (hard drive, motherboard, memory, CPU, monitor, mouse and keyboard), the most important part is the CPU. The Central Processing Unit (CPU) consists of an arithmetic logic unit (ALU) and control unit (CU). The ALU does the calculations and the CU controls all the other components. In addition to the computer itself, there are many peripherals that are connected to it. These are also called input/output devices.
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Computer Vision

Computer vision is a subfield of computer science that studies how computers can be made for gaining high-level understanding from digital images or videos. In computer vision, researchers generally focus on developing algorithms that enable computers to analyze visual input and produce some sort of useful output.
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Confectionery

This is an area where competition is tough and many companies are constantly trying to find new products to sell. Confectionery is an industry where lots of products are produced and consumed.
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Construction

When the team is asking the interviewee what they know about a construction site, they are trying to get a feel for the candidate's communication skills. They want to know if the candidate can understand and convey messages to other workers. A good example of this type of question is:
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Consulting

Consulting refers to an industry or field that provides professional advice to companies. A consultant may work with the company's managers and executives, or provide specialized services to the business' employees. The consultant may also assist the company's board of directors with advice on corporate strategy, management, or other issues. Consulting is often divided into categories: Management consulting focuses on strategy and leadership development; Strategy consulting focuses on broad goals for an organization; Information technology consulting is for IT-related projects; Financial consulting provides expertise in financial issues such as budgeting, accounting, and taxation; Human resources consulting focuses on organization design and compensation. The reason for using a consultant is to bring expertise that the company doesn't have in-house.
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Consumer Applications

A consumer application is a software program used by consumers. The applications can be used for a number of purposes. Examples include keeping track of your finances, managing the way you save and spend money, improving your productivity and so on.
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Consumer Goods

Consumer goods are the products that consumers buy and use for personal consumption. These products include durable goods, which are used until they're worn out or no longer functional, and nondurable goods, which are used for a short period of time before being thrown away. Common examples of consumer goods include food, clothing, automobiles, electronics, and housewares. The majority of consumer goods fall into the categories of food, health care and personal care.
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Consumer Research

Consumer research is the process of researching and understanding consumer behavior, preferences, and reactions to certain products. It can involve the gathering of primary data through questionnaires, interviews, surveys, and focus groups, or secondary data from government sources, market research agencies, and industry trade associations. Consumer research is part of the marketing process.
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Consumer Software

Consumer software is an umbrella term for all kinds of software that are created for consumers. Consumer software is also known as end-user software, consumer applications, and consumer products. It can be distinguished from business software, which is typically built for businesses or other organizations rather than individuals. Consumer software includes many kinds of applications, such as media players, games, music programs, office suites, text editors, and a lot more. Consumer software is often available as free or open source software. There are also many types of proprietary software that consumers can purchase and use on their computers.
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Contact Management

CRM systems usually provide both a form to capture new contacts and an interface to manage existing contacts. This way, you can get in touch with customers easily. You can also provide all the information you need in one place. By using a CRM system, you can do so much more than just a database. You can ask your team members to add all kinds of information about the contact: everything from the contact's address to what kind of business opportunity they represent. In this way, you always have the most complete picture of your contacts at hand. With this information at hand, you can use the CRM system to improve your customer relationship management. You can for example find out which of your customers might be interested in your product or service, or whether they're willing to give you some recommendations about it. A CRM system helps you build a network of contacts that you can manage over time. You will get valuable information that helps you become more effective when it comes to keeping in touch with your customers.
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Content

Content is everything that provides information, in a structured and organized way, for people to use. This can be in written form, such as an article or blog post, or as an image or video. The amount of content you should have for your website depends on the industry you are in and the goals you want to achieve. A large part of content is free, such as images and videos that can be used to help illustrate your point or simply as decoration. It is also important to ensure that the content you create is easy to read and that it is formatted correctly. If you want to rank higher in search engines, it is important that your content has good quality and that it is not plagiarized. You can also include a sitemap for search engines, which makes it easier for them to find the content they are looking for. Content marketing is a great way to generate leads and increase traffic to your website.
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Content Creators

Content creators are people who create content that attracts traffic. The content can be in the form of a blog, video, website, news article, and so on. The content should be interesting to the target audience, so they are enticed to click on the link. This is known as link bait. The link is then directed to a landing page that will direct the user to the affiliate website. The affiliate gets paid a commission for the referral.
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Content Delivery Network

A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a globally distributed network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers. The goal of a CDN is to serve content to end-users with high availability and high performance. CDNs serve a large fraction of the Internet content today, including web objects (text, graphics and scripts), downloadable objects (media files, software, documents), applications (e-commerce, portals), live streaming media, on-demand streaming media, and social networks. CDNs are distinguished from other proxy infrastructure in that they distribute content using a cacheaholic algorithm rather than using more traditional hierarchical caching algorithms. CDNs serve Internet content from a distributed network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers. The goal of a CDN is to serve content to end-users with high availability and high performance. A given CDN node is usually not located at the web server's site, nor in the same country, nor in the same ISP: all these factors make the CDN's task harder. The origins of CDNs date back to 1997 when Paul Wilson published an article called "Networks Are Fun" on the website of NCSA (National Center for Supercomputing Applications). The technique described in this article can be seen as one of the first commercial examples of a CDN. In this example, Wilson focused on distributing static content from satellite dishes located around the world. The second paper was published by Steve O'Hara and Erik van der Poel in 1998 titled "A Content-Addressable Network for the Internet" in which they describe their experience deploying a CDN for Akamai. From that point on there has been interest in creating networks dedicated to distributing content on the Internet.
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Content Discovery

Content discovery refers to the identification of a piece of content that has been found by a search engine or other methods. The term "content discovery" was created to distinguish it from search, which is often confused with finding content on the web.
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Content Marketing

Content marketing is a form of marketing in which the content produced for the sake of marketing attracts attention and generates demand for a product or service. Content marketing is primarily about creating and distributing valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and retain a clearly defined audience — and, ultimately, to drive profitable customer action. It is also known as "owned media" or "self-media". It is not an alternative to traditional advertising but rather a complement to it. According to research by MarketingProfs, 92% of B2B marketers who are "very familiar" with content marketing believe that content marketing generates leads, with 89% believing that it generates sales and 84% believing that it builds awareness.
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Content Syndication

Content syndication is the process of making and distributing multiple copies of information, and it is one of the cornerstones of a well-planned Web site. By syndicating your content, you'll save time and money while ensuring that your information gets to the widest possible audience.
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Contests

In the context of social media, a contest refers to an activity where a company encourages fans to participate by giving away a prize. This can be in the form of something physical (like an iPad), or an experience (like tickets to a concert). Contests can be sponsored by a brand, or they can be run by a brand's fan page. The main idea is to engage the community and encourage people to visit your page. It also increases the chances of people sharing your page with their friends.
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Continuing Education

Continuing education is an academic activity that occurs outside the boundaries of an institution of higher education, with the purpose of helping students and teachers stay current with their chosen field. The topic could be professional, political, religious, or just for leisure. It is sometimes known as life-long learning. It can also be known as non-formal education. It is a kind of self-paced education that allows individuals to pursue their own interests and study at their own pace.
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Cooking

Cooking is the preparation of food by heating it with or over a source of heat. Cooking techniques vary widely across the world, reflecting unique environmental, economic, and cultural traditions. The way cooking is done also depends on the skill and type of training an individual cook has. Cooking is a technique for making food that is usually eaten and prepared on the same day; it does not change for better with time. A traditional cooked meal has ingredients and preparation methods that are relatively simple, which may be part of the attraction of eating cooked meals. Cooking is essentially more easily handled than foods that require preparation by other means, such as farming or refrigeration. In some cultures, foods are also cooked as part of a ritual or ceremony (for example, marination). In modern times, cooking can be an amateur or professional activity.
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Corporate Training

Corporate training is training that is given to a large group of people. These people work for the same company or organization. The training can be about technical or practical matters, or can focus on personal development and improvement. Most corporate training is held in the workplace, but it can also be held outside the workplace. This may be the case if the goal of the training is to give people a better understanding of how to work together. If a company offers its employees extensive training, this can be an important factor in attracting new employees and retaining existing ones. Corporate training is usually about creating more opportunities for success in the workplace, both for the company and for the individual employees. It can also be about developing new ways of doing things, to improve performance and keep up with changing technology. How companies train their employees depends on several factors. For example, the size of the company can determine how much it can spend on corporate training. Other factors include: A company may want to make sure that everyone has similar knowledge of a certain subject or project. If so, it might give all employees the same training. They could then discuss their experiences together, and learn from each other's insights and mistakes. Many companies provide their employees with basic training in their first year of employment. This kind of training prepares new employees for their job, by teaching them about various subjects such as IT and communication skills. If you want to learn more about corporate training, see this page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporate_training
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Cosmetics

The cosmetics industry is an industry that produces products to enhance a person's appearance or scent. Cosmetics include items used to enhance the appearance of the hair, skin, nails, and eyelashes. In some cases, even the lips and genitals may be treated cosmetically. The cosmetic industry includes personal care products used in the beautification process including skin-care creams, cleansers, lotions, makeup, eye-makeup, hair colorants, hair sprays, fragrances, and deodorants.
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Courier Service

A courier service is a company that delivers items from one location to another. This is usually done using a truck or van. The courier service is used to transport anything from letters and packages to more complex items, such as heavy machinery. A courier service is not a postal service, which delivers parcels by the postal system. It is important that you clearly understand the difference between a courier service and a postal service. The latter uses the post office for parcel deliveries. The sender must provide all necessary information about the recipient in order for the package to be delivered properly. On the other hand, a courier service requires very little information about the recipient. The only information required by the courier service is the address of the sender and receiver. Because there is less information about the recipient, it is more difficult to deliver a package via a courier service than via a postal service. A courier service will need to have more details about the package and recipient in order to be able to deliver it properly. It is often faster and cheaper to use a postal service rather than a courier service when sending a package.
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Coworking

Coworking is a global movement that began in 2005 in San Francisco. It is the concept of providing a shared working environment, either through renting office space or through membership to a network of like-minded people who want to join in the coworking culture. The coworking culture started out with three pioneering locations: Café workstation, The Office Club and WeWork. Nowadays, there are more than 10.000 coworking spaces in 120 countries worldwide. Coworking spaces are often located within a few blocks of each other in major cities. The workspace can be accessed 24/7 and it is mainly targeted at freelancers, independent professionals, and startups that want to work together and share knowledge and ideas. Many of these coworking spaces have built-in features such as cafes, lounge areas, conference rooms, lockers, showers, and many more.
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Craft Beer

Craft beer is a type of beer with a specific taste, created by hand, and brewed in limited quantities. The ingredients that are used to make craft beer are usually of a higher quality than the ingredients used to make standard beer.
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Creative Agency

Creative agency is a business that focuses on the generation of creative ideas that can be used to promote products or services. In other words, a creative agency is a company that develops strategies to reach a target audience and help companies get more business.
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CRM

CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management, or the way in which an organization manages the relationship and interaction with (potential) customers. A CRM system is a tool for many companies to stay in touch with their customers, streamline processes and generate more profits. When someone talks about CRM, it's usually about a CRM system. Such a system is used for contact management, sales management, productivity purposes, and so on. The goal of a CRM system is very simple: to improve business relationships. In a CRM program, you capture customer contact information, such as email addresses, phone numbers, websites and social media profiles. You can also have other information automatically retrieved, such as the latest news about a company's activities. Furthermore, the program can store specific details, such as which communication method customers prefer. This is all conveniently stored in the CRM system, so you have a complete view of both people and companies. This way you get a better insight into how relationships develop over time. CRM software takes your customer relationship management to the next level. You have a 360-degree view of each customer by documenting each interaction with the company. In this way, employees are well informed as soon as they have direct contact with a customer. CRM provides opportunities for a company to strengthen its relationship with customers, service users, colleagues, partners and suppliers. Building good relationships and keeping track of prospects/existing customers is crucial to recruit and bind customers, which are CRM's main goals. Everything is in one central place, namely a clear dashboard that you can set up to your liking. There you can see the history of the customer at your company, the status of orders, any outstanding customer service issues and much more. According to a forecast by Gartner, CRM technology will be ranked number one in the corporate software ranking by 2021. If you want to build a company that can stand the test of time, you need a strategy for the future. CRM definitely belongs in such a strategy.
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Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet. Crowdfunding is a form of crowdsourcing and of alternative finance.
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Customer Service

A good customer service will help your business grow, because it has a positive impact on your company's reputation. A great customer service helps to create brand loyalty and the willingness to pay a premium price for your products or services. The quality of your customer service depends on many factors, such as the way you communicate with customers, how satisfied they are with the response time and the quality of service. However, a great customer service does not come easy. There are different strategies that you can use to improve the way you serve your customers and it is up to you to find the one that works best for your business. The most important thing is that you never stop learning and improving. If you do that, you can create loyal customers who trust your business and are willing to buy from you again and again. There are several ways to provide customer service, including email, telephone, text messaging and social media. The more methods you use, the easier it is for your customers to contact you. Many people prefer e-mail because it is more convenient than making a phone call or sending a text message. When answering an e-mail, address the problem or question in a friendly manner and be as detailed as possible. If there is more than one answer to a question, ask the customer which response he or she prefers. If you have trouble solving the problem yourself, take note of what information you need to find an answer and send this information to the customer as soon as possible. In this way, you save time and money by avoiding making wrong decisions and dealing with unsatisfied customers.
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Cyber Security

Cyber security is an emerging form of protecting computer systems and networks. Cyber security involves safeguarding information systems from the theft or damage to the hardware, software or the information on them, as well as from disruption or misdirection of the services they provide. The objective of cyber security is to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information and services processed in a computer system. Cyber security has also been defined as "the prevention of damage to and exploitation of computer systems and their data; and the prevention of damage to and manipulation of data for malicious purposes." To combat cyber threats, a set of security practices are recommended for implementation in organizations, including comprehensive policies and procedures that are continuously reviewed, trained employees in security practices, using secure configuration standards for software development, performing penetration testing and vulnerability assessments regularly, implementing strong access control measures on network services, firewalls and other network hardware, using anti-virus software, avoiding opening unknown attachments and files sent by email, maintaining an inventory of authorized and unauthorized devices connected to the network (i.e., patch management), using encryption to protect data in transit and at rest, establishing a secure environment for development and testing activities, using only trusted software (i.e., whitelisting), establishing processes for regular review of all aspects of information security.
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Data Center

A data center, also known as a computer room, server room, call center or collocation center, is a building where computer systems and associated equipment are housed. The equipment is typically arranged in multiple racks within a standard data center. Data centers have various environmental and physical security requirements that are needed to keep the equipment safe, cool and running 24/7. These security measures include video surveillance, alarmed doors and entryways, fire suppression systems and security guards. It is usually called as a "server room" in an office building. A modern data center is not only about technology but also about managing different operational aspects of the technology.
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Data Center Automation

Data center automation is a software system that helps monitor and maintain server hardware and software. An automated data center is designed to enable efficient management of data center operations. The automated system will eliminate human error and streamline operations, such as deploying, configuring, managing, monitoring and maintaining IT services. "What is Data Center Automation?" A data center is a room or building used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems. A data center can be private or public. In either case, the goal of a data center is to provide high availability of services with the highest possible efficiency and economy. To achieve this goal, many companies are investing in data center automation. Data center automation manages the computer equipment in a data center from a single control panel. Instead of having to physically go to each piece of equipment, a user can use a control panel interface to view the status of all hardware in the data center and manage its operation from one central location. Data Center Automation Benefits Automated systems can be programmed to perform tasks on a schedule or triggered by certain events. The software records events such as changes in temperature or humidity, power fluctuations or alarms from attached devices. Based on these events, the system can send notifications to administrators so they can investigate and take corrective action if necessary. Automated systems also enable IT departments to implement disaster recovery plans with minimal effort. Data Center Automation Challenges Automating processes in a data center is not without challenges, however. For example, the automated system must be able to recognize different types of servers and storage devices so it can manage them properly. The automated system also needs access to information about other network devices and servers so it can communicate with them. Finally, the automation system needs access to utility controls so it can manage power supplies when necessary. A good data center automation solution will include all these capabilities and more, making it easier for IT departments to ensure their critical infrastructure functions properly at all times without requiring manual intervention from employees or administrators.
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Data Integration

A data integration tool is a type of software application that can be used to merge, or combine, different data sets into one place, or more precisely to one system. It is also known as a tool for data consolidation. Data integration tools can be classified into two categories: Extract Transform Load (ETL) and Web Service (WS). Excel Spreadsheet: http://bit.ly/1QcKfJ9
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Data Mining

Data mining is the process of extracting information from large amounts of data, for example, the Internet, to find patterns, trends and relationships between the data. It can be used in marketing to analyze customer behavior, in medical science to predict diseases and cure them before they occur, in the search for new materials and in many other areas. In the past decade, much progress has been made in data mining. Algorithms that were once effective have become less so. To maintain a competitive edge, companies must invest more time and money in the research and development of data mining technologies.
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Data Storage

Data Storage is an automated process of storage and retrieval of data|information. It is the practice of storing, securing, and retrieving data. In general, data storage falls into two classes: active and passive. Active storage involves computers that are specifically designed to hold data for long periods of time. Examples include a disk drive or a tape drive. Passive storage involves data held on media such as CDs, DVDs, magnetic tape, USB flash drives, or punched cards.
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Data Visualization

Data visualization is a way to communicate and represent information that engages and informs an audience. Data visualization uses interactive and digital visual displays of data to present complex information quickly and clearly. It has been increasingly adopted by many sectors such as finance, health, social sciences, engineering, etc. The goal of data visualization is to reveal patterns and correlations in large datasets quickly and effectively. It is a vital step in the process of analyzing data with the aim of discovering meaningful insights. Data visualization allows people to gain new insights by exploring data visually. In general, there are two types of data visualization: exploratory data analysis (EDA) and explanatory data analysis (EDA). Exploratory data analysis aims to identify hidden patterns in the data, while explanatory data analysis aims to reveal these patterns to a human audience. For example, given the patterns identified by an EDA tool, one can easily construct an explanatory graph or chart which explains these patterns.
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Database

Database is a collection of data stored in a computer or other storage device. Database is an organized collection of information. It may be related to or part of a program or a web site.
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Delivery

Delivery refers to the process of sending and receiving physical goods or information (like a message) from one place to another. The process of sending and receiving goods or information.
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Delivery Service

There are many delivery services in our country, such as TNT, DHL, Fedex, EMS and so on. The delivery service is a professional logistics company who can provide customers with fast and safe delivery solutions to anywhere in the world.
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Desktop Apps

Desktop Apps are those programs that are designed to run on the Desktop of your computer. They will not run on a mobile device such as a phone or tablet. The programs for the Desktop can range from word processors, spreadsheets, games, etc.
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Developer APIs

Developer APIs are programming languages that can be used to create new programs. These include HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. It also includes other more specialized languages such as those used for graphics programming (OpenGL), game development (Unity), database programming (SQL), and mobile app development (iOS Swift, Android Java).
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Developer Platform

A software development platform is a computing system providing a set of tools and programming languages to help software developers write computer programs. A platform may be provided by an operating system, or by an independent service, or by a cloud service. Platforms may also be virtual.
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Developer Tools

Developer Tools is a set of tools which are used by computer programmers and software developers for the purpose of creating software. Software development is a process that consists of various phases, including analysis, design, implementation, testing, and maintenance. The different phases are supported by a variety of specialized software development tools, including different categories of software tools such as development frameworks, code editors, compilers, linkers, interpreters, source code control systems, and so on.
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Dietary Supplements

Dietary supplements are usually sold in the form of tablets, capsules, powder or liquids. They contain one or more dietary ingredients (vitamins, minerals, herbs, etc.), and are intended to supplement the diet. The amount of each ingredient may vary, as specified on the product label. There are two types of dietary supplements: those that are intended to supplement a healthy diet, and those that are intended to replace a healthy diet.
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Digital Entertainment

This is a term that refers to the entertainment business that involves the development, production, and delivery of digital media. Digital entertainment media can be music, video, text, games, and more. According to the latest research, this sector is expected to be worth an estimated USD 588 billion by 2020. Digital entertainment companies often operate in an industry that includes motion pictures, television programs, music, broadcast television, recorded music, radio broadcasting, and publishing.
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Digital Marketing

In digital marketing, a persona is a composite of all your ideal customers, representing the most common characteristics they share. A persona is created from information gathered from quantitative and qualitative research, including demographics, psychographics, behaviors, attitudes, online and offline activities, and media preferences. A persona will make it easier for you to create content that speaks to your target audience, and make decisions based on your customers' needs. They also serve as a reminder that no one customer is exactly like another, so don't just put all your eggs in one basket.
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Digital Media

Digital media is a general term for all kinds of digital information that can be stored electronically and represents a change from the traditional form of analog media, which is used in analogue form. In other words, we are talking about any digital storage medium. It can be either an object or a service that can be obtained online, via computer or mobile device. An example of digital media is MP3s (audio files) or videos on YouTube (video). An advantage of digital media is that it allows you to store a lot of information in a small amount of space. Digital files can be created, transferred and distributed via the Internet. Digital files are also easy to reproduce and store. This makes them suitable for large-scale use. The biggest disadvantage of digital media is that it is easy to copy, share and distribute illegally. This means that you can lose control over your content and possibly your intellectual property rights as well. Another disadvantage is that some digital media are easily corrupted and may be damaged by power failure or hardware failure. However, this is also true for other types of storage media, such as CDs and DVDs. For example, most photos and videos are now saved digitally rather than on film rolls. This has led to the development of professional photography, because it offers more freedom than analog photography and allows people to do things like edit pictures in Photoshop or create videos in iMovie. The opposite would be that many films have been saved digitally to prevent piracy and high production costs, so this technology has led to the development of new technologies like virtual reality (VR).
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Digital Signage

Digital signage is the electronic display of information on the internet. It's been used in many public places, such as hospitals, hotels, and shopping malls. For example, airports have a digital information system that tells people when their flight will leave. And many TV broadcasters now use digital information systems. This way they can provide customers with more detailed information on TV programs. In today's business world, digital signage has become a major channel for advertising. Advertisers like it because it's cheaper than print and gives them a larger audience. Many large companies are also using digital signage for internal communication purposes. Digital signage enables people to view the same message at the same time at different locations. This kind of messaging saves time and money for companies and keeps employees informed about important events and decisions.
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Direct Marketing

Direct marketing is a marketing communication that is addressed directly to a defined audience, usually for the purpose of generating a sale. Direct marketing is used by organizations to inform and influence customer purchasing decisions, and also to maintain relations with existing customers. It can be direct mail, email, sms or others. The goal of direct marketing is to persuade customers to purchase a product or service directly from the company, either in person, over the phone or online. This can be a long-term strategy for businesses that are looking to create a loyal customer base. Direct marketing has been one of the most effective ways for companies to achieve this goal.
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Direct Sales

(Direct Sales) is the way of selling to a company or a person without using a middleman. Selling direct is a way to generate sales without sharing the profit with a reseller. To do this, you will have to find new customers and get your name out there. The most common way of doing this is by advertising. Most sales are made after many different ads, such as newspaper ads, TV ads, radio ads, banner ads and more. "A big difference between selling direct and through a reseller is that in most cases, when you sell direct, you don't have the same marketing support as when you sell through a reseller. For example, you won't have the same access to marketing support like your reseller does. This is because your reseller has access to various marketing and promotional material such as brochures, price lists, order forms and catalogues." Another disadvantage of selling direct is that you won't have any backup if your products break down or have any other problems with them. If a product breaks down while it's being sold through a reseller, the reseller will replace it for free or give you money back for it.
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Distillery

Distillery stands for A Distillery is a type of factory where alcoholic beverages such as whisky, brandy, gin, and vodka are produced. It was built by Francis Corby Distillers, the current owner of the distillery to produce Corby's Irish Cream Liqueur.
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DIY

A DIY stands for do it yourself. This term has many meanings. In one sense, it means doing things without the help of other people. It can also mean doing something yourself that would normally be done by a professional, or by another type of specialist.
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Document Management

A document management system (DMS) is a software solution used to manage, organize and track documents of all types, including images, reports, marketing materials, surveys, etc. DMS software allows users to share and store documents in one central location. Additionally, users can assign document categories and metadata (keywords and other information) to content to create document libraries and facilitate efficient retrieval. This metadata can be used to search for documents by content or project.
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Document Preparation

A Document Preparation System (DPS) is a specialized software application used by lawyers, accountants, publishers, or other professionals to prepare text for print or electronic distribution. The purpose of such a system is to save time and to eliminate the manual effort that goes into producing a document. It may take a lot of time to format a document in Word or OpenOffice. Document preparation systems can make this process faster and easier. If you are preparing documents for print distribution, you might be required to adhere to specific formatting standards set by your organization or an industry association. Document preparation systems will enforce those rules. They may also be capable of handling much of the formatting automatically for you. A well-designed document preparation system will have an intuitive interface and provide easy access to commonly used elements and formats. You will still need to input the actual text content, but the formatting can be applied with just a few clicks. Although a document preparation system may not be as flexible as a word processor or other similar applications, it will do what it does much better than you can. It is an ideal solution for repetitive tasks where human error can cost time and money.
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Domain Registrar

A domain name registrar is a company that registers Internet domain names and sells the rights to use those names. The term can also refer to the registration service provided by the company. Domain name registrars are sometimes called registries, although this term may also refer to a service that provides information about domain names or DNS management. If you want to purchase a domain name, you can register it with one of the many domain name registrars on the Internet. After paying a fee, you can reserve your domain name for up to one year before you decide whether to use it or not. If you do decide to use it, you have several options for registering it. For example, you can register it with the same registrar, another company or even take over a domain that has already been registered. You can register both generic domain names (such as .com) and country-code top-level domains (such as .fr). The first generic top-level domains were created in 1985, when registrations became possible for .com, .net and .org. This was quickly followed by the introduction of .info, .biz and .name. In 1996, new gTLDs were introduced, including the first internationalized domain names (IDNs). These were primarily made available in non-Latin scripts. The first country-code top-level domains were registered in 2005, and since then new ones have been created each year. Currently there are over 1000 ccTLDs and over 300 gTLDs in existence.
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DRM

DRM stands for Digital Rights Management. DRM protects the use of copyrighted content, such as music and videos. When you want to use copyrighted content, you need to get permission from the owner and have a license to use it. The license may contain limitations on how the content can be used. For example, you may not be allowed to make copies of the content. This is what DRM is for: to protect copyrighted content from unauthorized use. A digital rights management system can be based on software or hardware. To prevent illegal copying, the DRM system generates codes that are linked to a specific device. So you have to be logged in to your account before you can access the content. When you're offline, the content can't be accessed at all. You also need an Internet connection to log in, as the content is stored in an online environment and not on your device. If you have a DVD or CD with copyrighted material, DRM ensures that it cannot be copied and used illegally. You're only allowed to view the content when you're logged in and connected to the Internet. Another feature of DRM is encryption. Encryption is often used when companies transfer confidential information over the Internet. It protects data from being read by unauthorized persons during transmission.
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Drone Management

Drone management is the act of regulating the flight of drones for a multitude of reasons. Drones are rapidly becoming a hot-button issue for governments, as they can be used to violate privacy, as well as pose a significant risk to commercial aviation.
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Drones

Drones are a relatively new technology, which is used to take pictures or videos from the air. Drones are also called unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or remote-controlled aircraft. There are many different types of drones, such as hobby drones, commercial drones, military drones and special-purpose drones. For instance, a drone with a video camera can be used to take pictures or videos from the air. Such drones are sometimes used by journalists to get pictures or videos from the air during news events, for example a natural disaster. Drones are also used in agriculture to spray pesticides or fertilizers on crops. Another popular use of drones is in filmmaking. A drone can easily fly through the air and capture beautiful aerial shots, without an expensive crane or helicopter. Military organizations have been using drones for some time now, as well. For example, to drop bombs on enemy targets without putting soldiers' lives at risk. There are different types of military drones as well. Some of them are small and transport bombs, while others are larger and serve as spy planes. You may have heard about military drones attacking targets in countries such as Afghanistan or Pakistan. For this purpose, they have several missiles that can be launched at will. Although there are many good uses for drones, they also raise privacy concerns in some countries. For example, the police in the United States are using them more and more often to monitor traffic violations. The UAVs can be equipped with cameras that take pictures from the air, which is much cheaper than using helicopters to perform the same task. Also, a drone is smaller than a helicopter and does not require a license to operate one (in most cases). These days there are many different types of drones available for sale. A few years ago you could only buy one if you had quite some experience with remote-controlled aircrafts and/or if you had many thousands of dollars at your disposal. Today, however, there are even hobby drones that beginners can use right out of the box. The price is also more affordable these days than it was before. The price of these consumer drones varies from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. Commercial or professional drones often cost tens of thousands of dollars or more depending on their size and capabilities.
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E-Commerce

E-commerce or electronic commerce is a type of business transaction that occurs over computer networks, particularly the Internet. It is a rapidly growing phenomenon, with research showing that the impact of e-commerce on the economy in several countries is already comparable to conventional business transactions.
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E-Commerce Platforms

E-Commerce Platforms Companies use e-commerce platforms to host their online stores. It is the technology used to create, manage and run an online store. An e-commerce platform usually includes a shopping cart for the products sold, a database with product information, an online payment gateway, and other functionalities that are necessary for a store to operate. The most common e-commerce platforms are Shopify, WooCommerce, Bigcommerce, Magento and OpenCart. E-commerce platforms are a great way to set up an online store. E-commerce platforms are easy to use, provide great functionality and have good security and scalability. They offer many built-in features and templates that can be customized as needed. You can also connect third party apps and services to the platform in order to expand its functionality. For example, you can connect Google Analytics, MailChimp, MailPoet, SurveyMonkey and many more services with your e-commerce platform. However, if you want to create a complex website with lots of advanced features and plugins that cannot be created in the platform, then it's probably not the right solution for you. There are a few different pricing models for e-commerce platforms. The simplest pricing model is based on a percentage of sales. For example, Shopify charges 2% per transaction on its basic plan and 2.5% on its professional plan. WooCommerce charges 2% per transaction on its free plan and 3% on its paid plans (ranging from $29/month to $79/month). You can also choose a flat monthly fee or pay for an annual subscription upfront. Shopify offers both these options: $29/month on its basic plan or $299/year on its business plan.
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E-Learning

e-Learning is a popular and convenient way to learn new skills, to be more productive at work, or to get a degree. E-Learning is learning through the Internet, typically by means of a computer or other mobile device. Many e-Learning systems make use of content that you can read and/or hear. Sometimes you can interact with the content as well. An e-Learning program consists of text, audio, images, videos and/or animations. It's often interactive, meaning that you can choose what you want to read or watch. Some programs even allow you to download the material for later use. Some of the most common forms of e-Learning are: Learn Management Systems (LMS) or Learning Management Systems (LMS) are programs that help learners organize their education. A LMS keeps track of learners' attendance, their progress in each subject and their overall progress in the program. Learn content management systems (LCMS) are systems that allow learners to store and retrieve documents online. The documents can be in multiple formats and come from different sources. This makes it easy for learners to access their information on any device and share it with others. Learn media authoring systems are used to create video, audio or image content for e-Learning purposes. These systems allow teachers to upload their content and manage it from one central location. Learners can also use them to store and retrieve their own media files. Learn management and publishing platforms allow educators to create, organize and share content online with their students. They're based on web applications that usually include learning management systems, media authoring tools and web conferencing tools as well as blogs, wikis and social networking tools.
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E-Signature

E-signature is the electronic version of a physical signature. The main purpose of e-signature is to verify the identity of the signer and the integrity of the document signed. It is a highly secure digital identity which is valid in most of the countries. Ex:
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EBooks

EBooks are electronic versions of books, or books in digital form. An eBook reader is a device that enables users to read these books. An eBook reader allows you to access an eBook store, where you can download eBooks. You can also purchase a variety of popular titles directly through the application. You can adjust the font size and color as well as the brightness of the screen, which allows you to read even in bright sunlight. Furthermore, an eBook reader offers the option to change the layout and switch between vertical and horizontal reading mode. Some eBook readers offer additional features such as audio books, which is a very convenient feature for blind people or people who are tired of reading. To be able to use an eBook reader, you must first download the desired book from the eBook store and save it to your device. In addition, it is very convenient that you can directly send PDF files from your computer to your device via Wi-Fi. With this option, you don't have to first save the file on your computer and then transfer it to your device using a USB cable. EBook readers are becoming increasingly popular among people who like to read. In the past five years, the number of consumers who use these devices has increased exponentially. A great advantage of eBooks is that they offer great value for money, because you can buy or rent them at low prices. Moreover, they are easy to store and transport because they weigh less than traditional books. This is why more and more people choose to buy eBooks instead of traditional books. Also read: http://www.globalebookplatform.org/ebooks/ebooks-and-digital-publishing-in-africa/
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Ediscovery

Ediscovery is a term which describes the automated process of identifying, collecting, processing, reviewing, producing, and storing electronically stored information.
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EdTech

EdTech is a term for a technology that supports and enhances education. EdTech has evolved from the combination of educational technology and educational materials.
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Education

I'll explain education because in Malaysia we are so lucky that the government offer us free education and it's compulsory for all citizens to finish their studies till the age of 17. We can go to schools called SJK (Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan) and also colleges (IPG). We can also go to vocational school (SMK) if we're not good at studies. For me, I'm not good at studies so I'm going to vocational school to get a certificate in cooking and accounting. If we finish our studies, we can go to college or university to get bachelor's degree (called Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia or SPM for short) and if we have more time, we can get master's degree or PhD (Pengetahuan Alam). Education is very important for everyone because it will help us to know more about our world and what's happening around us. It will also help us to be a better person in the future.
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Edutainment

Edutainment is a combination of entertainment and education. You can combine the two concepts to create more effective learning experiences for users. They'll be more interested in your content if they perceive it as entertaining. The key to edutainment is finding the right balance between the two elements. If you go too far with the entertainment side, you might lose the educational purpose of your content. On the other hand, if you go too far with the educational part, you might lose the users' interest. Edutainment is different from gamification, which involves rewarding people for completing tasks. In edutainment, you try to entertain your users by putting a new spin on a classic format, such as a textbook or an e-learning course. The term was first used in 1990 by Bill Gross, the founder of IdeaLab and now the founder of Eureka! Ranch, a company that provides consulting services for corporations and organizations in their quest to deliver world-class content and products.
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Electric Vehicle

The electric vehicle, or EV, is an environmentally friendly car that has no tailpipe emissions. This means that it doesn't pollute the air, and the car is quiet. Because it's silent, you might not even notice it when it's driving by. The most well-known EVs are cars, but they also include bicycles, motorcycles, buses and even airplanes. In an EV, electricity is stored in batteries. To recharge the batteries, you can plug the car into a power outlet at home or at work. There are also charging stations that allow you to charge your car quickly while you're on the go. As the number of EVs increases in the future, this technology could completely replace traditional gas-powered cars. The benefits of using an EV are pretty clear: it reduces pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. This makes them better for the environment than traditional cars. They're also very quiet, so they're easier on your ears. It costs less to drive an EV than a gas-powered car. And since they have fewer moving parts than a gas-powered car, they require less maintenance. An electric vehicle contains three main parts: a motor that powers the wheels; a battery that stores energy; and a controller that directs current from the battery to the motor to power the wheels. Most EVs use an AC motor, which produces less pollution than a DC motor would produce. To recharge an EV's battery, you simply plug it into an outlet at home or at work. Charging can take from 30 minutes to 8 hours depending on how low the battery is and what type of charger you use. When using a regular 120-volt outlet at home, for example, your car may take 8 hours to fully charge its battery. However, if you have access to 240-volt outlets (sometimes called "quick chargers"), your vehicle may be able to charge its battery in only 30 minutes or less! Top five best selling electric vehicles by year: 1st: Nissan Leaf (2011) 2nd: Tesla Model S (2012) 3rd: Chevrolet Volt (2011) 4th: Nissan Leaf (2012) 5th: Nissan Leaf (2013)
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Electrical Distribution

Electrical Distribution is the distribution of electrical energy to end users. It consists of the infrastructure and electrical generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power. This has now been overtaken by the term Electrical Power Distribution.
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Electronic Design Automation (EDA)

Electronic design automation (EDA) is the use of software to design electronic circuits and systems. In general, the term "electronic design automation" may be applied to any sort of design automation, including the automation of mechanical, civil and other types of engineering. EDA is widely used in the electronics industry to speed up and reduce the cost of designing electronic circuits and systems. It helps integrate analog and digital circuit design, use models to simulate circuit behavior, and manipulate netlists to migrate to different fabrication technologies. The most important EDA tools for electronic design are electronic schematic capture programs and electronic layout programs.
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Electronic Health Record (EHR)

The Electronic Health Record is a database that contains a patient's medical information. It can be shared between different medical institutions. For example, when a patient is admitted to a hospital, doctors and nurses can have access to the patient's entire medical history. This helps them decide the best treatment for the patient.
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Electronics

Electronics is the branch of physics which deals with the emission, flow and control of electrons in a vacuum. It is widely considered to be a subfield of electrical engineering. Electronics deals with electrical circuits that involve active electrical components such as vacuum tubes, transistors, diodes and integrated circuits. Today, it has become synonymous with microelectronics, but the invention of the transistor in 1947 launched the second revolution in electronics after the first revolution brought about by the invention of the vacuum tube in 1906. The understanding of electronics enables us to comprehend the working of a great variety of apparatus and thus make use of them in our daily lives. A lot of electronic devices that we take for granted nowadays were science fiction just a few decades ago. Nowadays we are able to make calls, send emails, watch television, listen to music and use computers because we have electronic devices. Gone are the days when electronics was just used for military applications and controlling mechanisms for electric trains. Today we see electronics everywhere. The simplest examples of electronic devices are light emitting diodes (LEDs), including digital clocks, handheld games and remote controls. Advanced examples include microwave ovens, cameras, televisions and cell phones. Light-emitting diodes are semiconductor devices which emit incoherent narrow-spectrum light when electrically biased in the forward direction. Since they are inexpensive, low-power and emit light which is directional and highly visible at low power levels, LEDs are used in many display applications such as liquid-crystal displays (LCDs), external lighting, traffic signals, camera flashes and indicator lamps. LED technology is also used for other lighting applications such as car headlights, bicycle lights, indoor lighting, flashlights and LED lamps. After the success of LEDs many other semiconductor light sources such as organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) have been developed that are even more efficient and can be easily manufactured using simple printing techniques on plastic substrates. This makes them especially suitable for many applications such as TV displays where they are already replacing LCDs (see OLED TV). However, compared to LEDs they still suffer from poor color reproduction due to structural coloration or phosphorescence. Organic LEDs are used as an optical source in a range of devices including torches and flashlights, watches and signs, car lights (e.g., brake lights), advertisements and various types of display devices like OLED TV or OEL display panels which serve as replacements for LCDs (see OLED TV). By far the most common use for LEDs is as indicator lamps in electronic equipment: car dashboards contain clusters of seven-segment displays made from individual LEDs; many household appliances use a three- or four-digit LED display; and digital clocks use a seven-segment LED display for their digits. Recent developments include white LED lamps that can be used for general illumination purposes on account of their high efficiency (140 lm/W at 20 mA) compared to traditional light sources such as incandescent lamps (15 lm/W at 200 mA). Some implementations also allow control over both brightness and color of individual LEDs making them suitable for mood lighting applications or multi-colored displays (see RGB LED).
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Email Marketing

Email Marketing is a way of promoting your products or services through email. This is usually done by sending out a newsletter or an email to your subscribers.
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Embedded Software

Embedded software is software that is integrated into a device to control the device. Software applications on smartphones, watches, microwaves, cars, planes, etc. are examples of embedded software. Embedded software can be either proprietary or open source, depending on who developed it.
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Embedded Systems

An embedded system is a computer system with a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system, often with real-time computing constraints. It is embedded as part of a complete device often including hardware and mechanical parts. Embedded systems control many devices in common use today. Ninety-eight percent of all microprocessors are manufactured for embedded systems. What makes an embedded system different from normal computers is that it has some specific functions and purposes. This implies that the hardware used in embedded systems is very specific and generally not expandable. It also means that the operating systems are special versions of regular operating systems, modified to fit the embedded environment. Intelligence can be distributed throughout the system around its periphery, rather than in the central processing unit (CPU). The embedded system contains sensors and actuators and sometimes even user interfaces, while the central processor contains only basic logic. In addition, with smart devices getting smaller and more prevalent, an embedded system's ability to respond to events is vital. An embedded system is a computer that is designed for a specific purpose. In other words, embedded systems are computers that do one thing and do it well; they are not general-purpose machines. A typical example of an embedded system is a VCR (video cassette recorder). Here the computer is built into the VCR, with a user interface on the front panel. This means that the VCR will operate properly only if the tape inserted into it has been formatted properly. Because of their special purpose, most embedded systems don't have user interfaces at all; they do everything in memory without the need for input from a keyboard or screen. A microcontroller is a small computer on a single integrated circuit containing a processor core, memory, and programmable input/output peripherals. Program memory in the form of NOR flash or OTP ROM is also often included on chip, as well as a typically small amount of RAM. Microcontrollers are designed for simple tasks, with peripherals used to assist in timing-critical applications. A microcontroller contains one or more processors (called microprocessors) like those found in personal computers; however, in contrast to typical personal computers they are designed to operate at low power levels and in real-time environments (for example those controlled by another microprocessor). This makes them well suited for controlling devices like household appliances and other small, battery-powered devices. Microcontrollers find applications where a general-purpose computer would be too large, costly or otherwise impractical. Examples include appliances, cars, small robots, thermometers, surveillance cameras and toys among many others. In electronics an embedded processor (EP) is an entire computer system that has been built into a single chip along with its support circuitry. Due to advances in semiconductor technology many EPs are now quite inexpensive when compared to their overall capabilities; it may now be economically feasible to build large numbers of devices using custom logic—a practice which would have been prohibitively expensive only a few years ago.
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Employee Benefits

An employee benefit is a type of benefit that an employer provides to an employee. There are many different types of employee benefits, including retirement benefits, employee assistance programs, bonuses, holiday pay, and stock options.
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Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency is a measure of how effectively a device, system, or facility uses energy to perform a task. Energy efficiency is closely related to energy intensity, which is the amount of energy consumed per unit of economic output. The higher the energy efficiency of a device, the lower the amount of energy required to perform a given task. For example, an LED light bulb is more efficient than an incandescent light bulb because it uses less energy for the same amount of light. Energy efficiency describes the relationship between inputs and outputs (in units of work), as opposed to the raw materials, labor, capital, and waste factors associated with production. Energy efficiency can be increased by utilizing energy sources more efficiently, or by using more efficient technologies. Energy efficiency is also commonly increased by using renewable sources, which have the benefit of being plentiful and renewable. The level of energy efficiency is often determined by the technology being used in a product. For example, LED light bulbs are more efficient than fluorescent lights; they both produce the same amount of light for a fraction of the energy used by fluorescent lights. Energy efficiency can also be improved by installing special devices that increase the utilization of primary energy sources or using alternative sources such as solar power or wind power. Energy efficiency can also be improved by better organization of production facilities such as through improved logistics or inventory management systems.
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Energy Management

Energy management is a business discipline that seeks to reduce the energy consumption of an organization. A comprehensive approach to energy management will cover both the "energy in" (the amount of energy consumed by the organization) and the "energy out" (the amount of energy consumed by the organization's activities). It seeks to identify and reduce energy losses (energy not transformed into the desired output) and avoid or eliminate the unnecessary use of energy. It also seeks to identify opportunities for reducing the cost of energy. Energy management typically considers demand management, supply management, utility management, building systems design, operating systems design, and organizational culture as key areas for improvement.
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Energy Storage

Energy storage is the process of storing energy for later use. The energy may be stored as mechanical energy, chemical energy, electrical energy or potential energy. Energy is stored by converting it to another form, which can be recovered when needed. For example, mechanical energy may be stored in a rubber band (stored elastic potential energy), in the form of an object or ice that's been frozen (stored thermal energy), or in a charged battery (stored electrical energy). Energy storage is used for many purposes. A very common use is in batteries for portable electronic devices, such as cell phones, laptops and power tools.
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Enterprise Applications

Enterprise applications are computer programs used by businesses to complete business related tasks. The three most common types of enterprise applications are CRM, ERP, and business intelligence (BI).
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

ERP is an integrated suite of business applications that provides all of the information and tools required to run a company. A successful ERP implementation is one that helps organizations reach their strategic goals and meet the needs of their customers, employees, and partners. While ERP can be a challenging technology to deploy, it can also be a valuable tool in your organization's technology portfolio. ERP is not just about replacing old legacy systems. It's about gaining an accurate view of your company across the enterprise to make better decisions faster. You will gain greater visibility into your customers, supply chain, business processes, and employees. ERP software enables you to manage cash flow, anticipate inventory requirements, manage your workforce more effectively, and produce accurate financial statements on a timely basis. Existing customers often don't consider your competitors when they buy new products or services from you because they believe that they already have a relationship with you. That's why it's important to reinforce your brand with existing customers by encouraging them to share their opinions and ideas about their experience with your company. Your customer data can also help you identify high-value customers who may require special attention or incentives to retain their business. By monitoring changes in customer behavior, you can respond quickly when necessary to retain or grow sales. This is just one way that your company can benefit from customer relationship management (CRM) software. The CRM system enables you to get valuable insights into the buying patterns of customers and helps you provide personalized services and products. In fact, CRM enables you to retain more of your high-value customers and help you identify new customers with similar needs and characteristics. Existing customers are often key in developing new sales opportunities because they're more familiar with your products or services than potential customers are. A CRM system helps track both the sales cycle and how many times prospects come back for additional information before making a purchase decision. Customer relationship management (CRM) software also allows you to identify how many leads are passed on from sales representatives to marketing or from marketing to sales in order to measure lead generation and conversion rates. Because the system captures prospect details at the same time that it records customer information, you can identify which activities are most effective at generating sales leads and measure lead conversion rates over time.
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Enterprise Software

Enterprise software is software that is used within a company. This includes enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, which is used to manage resources within a company, including production, procurement, sales and service.
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Environmental Consulting

Environmental consulting is a professional service to organizations or individuals that need to comply with environmental laws and regulations. Consulting companies help clients by providing expert advice and services that help them meet environmental goals. There are numerous environmental consulting firms operating in all 50 states, and these firms assist with compliance efforts to a wide range of laws and regulations. Consulting companies offer expertise in a variety of areas, including site assessment, compliance with state and federal regulations, pollution prevention, waste reduction, environmental reporting, recycling programs, and sustainable business practices. A site assessment is a service provided by environmental consulting firms to help companies or individuals determine whether or not they are in compliance with various environmental laws and regulations. A site assessment is performed on-site to evaluate how an operation impacts the environment, and consultants can provide their clients with a detailed report on their findings. Site assessments can be particularly helpful for businesses that are just starting up or for companies that want to find out how they can become more environmentally friendly. A comprehensive site assessment provides information on many different areas of environmental concern. A site assessment might evaluate potential risks for ground or surface water contamination, asbestos exposure, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), hazardous waste storage, energy consumption and recycling efforts. These assessments can also provide guidance on how companies can reduce their risks for future lawsuits or penalties. Environmental consulting firms offer services to both private companies and government agencies. Private companies may need assistance with complying with federal regulations, such as the Clean Air Act or the Clean Water Act. Consultants may help businesses understand how they can reduce their negative impact on the environment without affecting their business bottom line. A wide range of government agencies hire environmental consultants for various purposes, including general compliance work or specific projects such as oil spill cleanups. Some consulting firms specialize in assisting government agencies with large-scale projects such as cleaning up Superfund sites or assisting communities with long-term recovery efforts after natural disasters such as hurricanes or tornadoes.
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Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineering is a multidisciplinary branch of engineering which seeks to protect and improve the environment by taking a technological approach to the problems that it causes.
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Event Management

Event management is a process of planning, implementing and controlling events such as conferences, exhibitions, performances, festivals and sport events. Event management also includes all the behind-the-scenes work such as logistics, audio-visual production, website development and promotion. The event manager is the person responsible for overseeing the coordination of all these aspects. An event manager must also be creative, analytical and well organized.
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Event Promotion

Event Promotion is a marketing strategy that is used to promote an event, often as part of a marketing campaign. The purpose of event promotion is to create awareness of the event and encourage people to attend the event. A successful event promotion campaign leads to increased attendance and revenue for the event. Event promotion activities may include advertising, public relations, social media marketing, sponsorships, email marketing, and public relations. Many of these activities are similar to those performed by an event marketing agency or third-party organizer.
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Events

Event management is a wide range of functions, in which an organization handles and facilitates different events. Events are also called 'occasions', as they are moments of celebration, anniversaries, or other special events that require attention. Some examples of events are:
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Extermination Service

Pest control is the regulation of populations of animals that are perceived to be pests, usually because they might carry diseases, eat crops, damage property, etc. An exterminator is the term used for a professional who specializes in controlling such populations. They mostly deal with small mammals such as rats and mice, but may also be called to deal with birds, reptiles such as snakes, insects such as termites, or mammals such as squirrels in urban areas. In the United States, the business of pest control (also known as pest management) is one of the largest low-entry service sectors. The National Pest Management Association estimates $12 billion in annual service revenue and expects an increase of 10% per year for the next 5 years.
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Eyewear

Eyewear is a term for the industry of selling eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses. Eyewear retailers are usually general stores that carry many different kinds of products from many different manufacturers. Eyewear retailers can also be optical shops, which are designed to fit people with lenses and frames on the spot.
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Facilities Support Services

Facilities Support Services provide services that ensure that a company's office, or work place, is functional and attractive. This may include cleaning, housekeeping, portering, security and other support services. There are companies that specialize in one of these areas.
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Facility Management

The objective of facility management is to maintain and support all assets in a structure to help keep a business functional. The facility manager ensures that everything from the air conditioning to the internet is functioning properly, in addition to overseeing building maintenance, cleaning and security.
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Fast-Moving Consumer Goods

Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) are consumer products that are purchased regularly. It may refer to the global business sector that manufactures and sells such products, also known as FMCG. FMCG businesses include:
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Ferry Service

A ferry is a boat or ship that provides the service of transporting passengers, and sometimes their vehicles, across a body of water. A ferry is distinguished from other means of transport, such as a bus or a car, by the fact that it runs on water. In modern times, this usually means a crossing of an ocean, lake, or river, but may also mean a trip across a bay or a small part of the ocean.
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Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)

An FPGA is a device that allows the design of electronic systems that can be reconfigured after they have been manufactured. An FPGA is a circuit board with a very large number of logic gates that are linked to each other via an array of programmable interconnects. The FPGA configuration can be changed by loading a new configuration bitstream, which resets the logic gates to the desired state. The initial state of the FPGA is normally stored in either an external flash memory device or an internal one. The configuration bitstream may be obtained from a nonvolatile memory, such as flash memory, or via communication ports from a host computer system, or by any other suitable means. A processor called a programmable logic controller (PLC) controls the loading of the bitstream into the FPGA. The PLC reads the bitstream from a storage medium or through a communication port, and loads it into the FPGA's internal memory array. An FPGA differs from a standard integrated circuit in that it has two distinct types of resources: logic blocks and interconnects. Logic blocks are simple modular building blocks that perform high-speed digital functions. Logic blocks are connected together with multiplexers and registers to form complex digital circuits such as adders, multipliers, and memory elements.
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Field Support

Field support is a job position in which you work at a client's office or on site to solve their IT issues. For example, if a computer at a company does not boot up properly, you will go to the company and fix the problem. You will have to diagnose the issue and find the best solution. If it is hardware related, you might have to replace it. If it is software related, you might have to update or reinstall the software. You are usually working with different technologies. Some of the technologies that you might work with are computers, servers, operating systems, printers, databases and networks. These are common things that companies use on a daily basis. As a field support engineer, you should have some knowledge about these technologies. Field support engineers are usually employed by the same company that provides the client with field support services. Sometimes it can be an external company that takes care of this for them. In most cases field support engineers are sent out on short notice. This means that they have to respond quickly when they get a call from a client. They might have to go there straight away and solve the problem before the client can start their work day properly again. There are companies that also send out field support engineers regularly during daytime hours for preventive maintenance or installations. In these cases they will have more time to prepare for their trip and they will know when they will go to the client. They might have gone there several times before and therefore have experience with what kind of issues they might run into at the client's office or on site location. In most cases field support engineers report directly to their own supervisor and sometimes also directly to their own project manager. If they get sent out regularly, they report daily back to their supervisor.
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File Sharing

File sharing is the distribution of computer files over a computer network. File sharing is used for many purposes, for example, to allow consumers to distribute copies of legally obtained copyrighted media, such as music and movies. This practice is known as peer-to-peer file sharing. Other purposes include software and data sharing, distributed computing (distributed computing is any form of computing in which processing power is provided by more than one computer) and research.
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Film

A film is a medium used to present moving images. Most commonly, the medium is a series of still images which, when shown on a screen, create the illusion of moving images. The most common type of film is photographic film. Some films are made in other ways (such as motion picture film).
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Film Distribution

The film distribution is the way of bringing a film to the audience. With the development of media technology, films are widely used in different industries such as business, education, and entertainment. Film distribution can be separated into two parts: internal and external distribution. Internal distribution refers to the process of distributing films to an organization. External distribution refers to the process of distributing films to other organizations or individuals. There are two major types of external distribution, which are exclusive and non-exclusive. Exclusive distribution means that only one company can distribute a film, while non-exclusive distribution means that many companies can distribute a film.
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Film Production

To "crash" is to record sound and/or video at the same time as filming a scene. Normally, the sound recorded on set would be post-synced or recorded separately from the camera. For example, the actors might record their dialogue after the filming is completed, so that they don't have to remember their lines while they're performing. In such a case, the on-set recording is not considered to be "crashing."
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Finance

Finance is a broad term that includes the management of money, investments, and other financial assets. In modern times, professionals in the field of finance are known as "financial managers" or "financial advisors".
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Financial Services

The financial services industry is also known as the finance industry, the money industry or simply finance. It is a collective term for the provision of financial services by non-depository financial institutions and is an important part of the economy of most countries. It includes the activity of banks, insurance companies, credit unions, investment funds, stock exchanges, investment banks, and so on. Financial services are provided to individuals and corporations. Financial institutions provide credit to consumers and businesses alike through lending activities, for example. They also buy and sell securities. Financial institutions provide investors with asset management services and products like savings accounts, stocks and bonds, mutual funds, pension funds or other investment plans. This way investors can protect their income against inflation and reduce volatility in their portfolio. Financial services include all financial activities where the parties involved are charged a fee for their involvement. This fee could be a percentage of the value of goods sold or exchanged, or a fixed amount for each action (e.g., a ticket surcharge at a transport company). In general, financial services are subject to government regulation. The financial services industry is often viewed as one of the pillars of the global economy in the present day economy that is why it's so heavily regulated. Most providers are required to hold a minimum amount of liquid assets in reserve to avoid bank runs and other problems associated with insufficient liquidity that can cause a huge disruption in the economy. The world's financial markets can be linked together via electronic information exchange known as the Global Financial Market.
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FinTech

FinTech is an abbreviation for Financial Technology. It is a relatively new term, and refers to the technology used in the financial sector. In recent years, this term has become very popular. There are many software companies in this sector, some of which are very innovative. The FinTech sector is growing very rapidly. This is because technology can be used to optimize many processes and make them more efficient. This way, FinTech has the potential to change the financial sector completely. The FinTech sector consists of two main branches: 1) Business to business (B2B) and 2) Business to consumer (B2C). These two branches are often considered separately. However, they are increasingly becoming interlinked, as software companies find ways to use their products in both the B2B and B2C branches.
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First Aid

First aid is the assistance given to any person suffering a sudden illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and/or promote recovery. First aid is generally provided until emergency medical services (EMS) arrive. First aid is different from medical care, although it is often treated as such. The most obvious difference is that first aid is not actually a qualified professional medical intervention and does not use equipment, medication or procedures of any kind.
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Fitness

Fitness is defined as being in good physical condition, especially through exercise and proper nutrition. Fitness is usually associated with healthy eating and regular exercise.
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Flash Storage

Flash Storage also known as SSD Solid State Drive is a storage device that contains non-volatile memory and is similar to RAM Random Access Memory. Flash storage is similar to hard drives in that they store data in the form of 0's and 1's, but unlike hard drives they do not contain moving parts. This makes them smaller, faster, more reliable and less susceptible to physical shock. Flash drives are commonly used in laptops and tablets because of their fast data transfer rates and small form factor. Flash drives can also be used in desktops as a primary or secondary drive, or for holding large amounts of data. Since the memory is non-volatile, it does not require power to retain the data. The amount of storage space a flash drive has is measured in Gigabytes (GB) which indicates how much data can be stored on the drive. As of 2013, the largest commercially available flash drive was 1 Terabyte (TB) which could hold up to 1,000GB.
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Fleet Management

Fleet management is the process of managing a company's fleet of vehicles. Fleet management encompasses every aspect of vehicle-related activity, from purchasing to insuring to fueling and cleaning. It also encompasses strategic decision making about the vehicles themselves. All these factors work together to make fleet management the most efficient method of providing vehicles for business operations. Fleet management will typically take place in a computer system, known as a fleet management system (FMS). These FMS systems are designed to help companies manage their fleets in the most effective manner possible. Many of the things that make up fleet management have evolved over time. For example, businesses originally used telephones to communicate with their drivers, but this was not efficient enough. Businesses then switched to a form of communication known as radio telephones, which proved to be much more useful and cost-effective. At the same time, another element of fleet management known as "satellite communications" became available to businesses. This allowed companies to track their drivers' movements in real time, which was something they could not do before.
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Flowers

Customer Retention Management Flowers are a symbol of life, happiness and positive thinking. All this fits in very well with customer retention management, which is all about increasing the frequency of customer visits and ensuring that the customer feels welcomed.
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Food and Beverage

A food and beverage (F&B) business is a part of the industry that supplies food and drink to customers. In the United States, it is a part of the restaurant industry. Food and beverage has become a segment of the service industry. It is made up of different parts including hotels, restaurants, catering, events, schools, entertainment venues, sports facilities, vending machines, private jets, trains, and others. Food and beverage management requires effective management to make sure the business is running smoothly and profitably. It requires an analysis of operating costs and expenses to identify the factors which are necessary for success. The costs are mainly labor costs, food costs, liquor costs, fixed costs and depreciation costs. Food & Beverage is a major contributor to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in India with contribution of about 8%. In addition to this it contributes 12% to total employment in India. F&B has become a highly profitable sector with many large players entering this segment. The players include international players such as McDonald's, Domino's Pizza, KFC etc. which are operating through franchisee model. Apart from them there are many large Indian players such as Jubilant Foodworks Limited (Master franchisee for McDonald's), Patraj Sirus Limited (Master franchisee for KFC), Indian Hotels Company Limited (Master franchisee for Pizza Hut), Reddy Ice-Creams (Master franchisee for Haldiram's) etc. There are also many medium sized players in this segment who have carved out significant niche for themselves like Ravi Jaipuria Group (Multiple brands under Food Express banner), Sagar Ratna Group (Multiple brands under Sagar Ratna banner), Sunil Lifestyle Limited (SIL) Group (Veg Biryani chain), Oriental Cuisines Ltd., Priya Hotels & Resorts Ltd., Big Yellow Group (Multiple brands under Big Yellow banner), Subway restaurants India Pvt Ltd., Lifestyle International Ltd., Great Bear Group Pvt Ltd., Puneet Group of Companies etc.
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Food Delivery

The fast food industry is a highly competitive market. All restaurants try to come up with something new, with the goal of attracting customers and making them stay loyal. Although most of the fast food restaurants have pretty much the same products, some still manage to attract more customers than others. For example, McDonald's offers breakfast items all day long, and recently introduced a table service. Furthermore, they are trying to improve their image by adding healthier choices to their menu. For example, salads are now on the menu, which are offered with fresh produce. On the other hand, Burger King focuses on its unique products, like their Whopper burger. The restaurant offers you a lot of different variations on this product, such as the 'Angriest Whopper', which has double meat and double cheese. Also, the restaurant is known for their flame-grilled burgers and sandwiches. And of course, it's famous for its slogan: 'Have it your way'. This is a clear way of saying that you can choose how you want your burger.
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Food Processing

Food processing is the set of methods and techniques used to transform raw ingredients into food or to transform food into other forms for consumption by humans or animals. Food processing combines raw food ingredients to produce marketable food products that can be easily prepared and served by the consumer. The need to process food arises from the inability to produce enough food to feed a growing population, which has become a very serious problem in the 21st century. Food processing includes the use of machines, that are often specific to a particular type of food.
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Food Trucks

Food trucks are becoming increasingly popular all over the world. Food trucks sell everything from hamburgers to Thai cuisine. This is because of the affordable cost, since there is no need for expensive kitchens or waiters. A food truck can provide delicious food at a much lower price than a restaurant, and it can be parked at various locations. In addition, food trucks can sell food at events such as music festivals or sporting events. Food trucks are great for restaurants too. For example, if a new restaurant wants to attract customers, it can set up a food truck near its restaurant to give potential customers a taste of what they offer. If customers like the food, they will come back to the restaurant and will be more likely to recommend it to their friends. Food trucks are especially convenient for people who want to travel and eat tasty food at the same time. You don't have to worry about what you will find in each city, since you can always look up the nearest food truck in your location. You can even ask other people in your location for their recommendations of the best food trucks!
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Foundries

The manufacture of castings and heavy metal products by pouring molten metal into molds made of sand, etc. and subjecting the metal to pressures generated by jets of water.
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Franchise

A franchise is a business that is independently owned and operated by a local business owner who purchases the right to use a trademark from a parent company. A franchisor grants the right to use its brand name, business format, operational system, and its business methods to a franchisee in exchange for royalty payments. Franchising is a form of privately held company and business ownership that combines the business startup costs of a company or individual with the proven success of an existing business model. It provides numerous benefits to both the parent company and the franchisee, such as the transfer of training costs and advertising costs from the franchisor to the franchisee. In addition, franchising enables entrepreneurs with little capital to realize their business ideas by eliminating many of the risks normally associated with starting a new business.
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Fraud Detection

Fraud detection is the identification of fraudulent or potentially fraudulent activity. Detection of fraud can be done by manual methods, but is more often done using automated systems. The automated systems are called Fraud Detection Systems (FDS). FDS can detect patterns of fraud by monitoring, detecting and preventing activities which violate a business's set of rules and guidelines. An FDS system can be designed to detect both internal and external fraud. In internal fraud, employees are committing fraud against the company, for example, embezzlement or time theft. External fraud involves consumers, or other individuals or businesses, who are committing fraud against the company. Examples of external fraud include credit card fraud, identity theft, and insurance fraud. Fraud detection systems were first introduced in the early 1970s. The first fraud detection system was called FICO (Fraud Identification and Credit Operations), developed by Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO). The purpose of FICO was to analyze customer information and determine the creditworthiness of an individual. Later, this system was modified to identify patterns of fraud for the banking industry.
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Freelance

A freelancer is a person who provides professional services to clients on a contract basis. The term "freelance" is derived from the basic concept of freelance, which is that the freelancer does not have an employer, works instead for multiple clients, and therefore is "free" from being tied to one employer. Freelance work is one of the major components of the sharing economy. Freelancers are not employed by the companies whose services they provide, but often engage in a type of peer-to-peer relationship. Many freelancers find their work through word-of-mouth and networking, in an assignment that may last months or years. Others advertise their services in the form of flyers, posters, or online ads. In some cases, they have to compete with unlicensed competitors who may offer lower rates. Freelance workers include web designers, business consultants, engineers, programmers, writers, and even lawyers. Today, about a third of all new jobs are created by freelancers. According to Elance and Upwork – two major freelance websites – there are more than three million people earning money through freelancing. It has been estimated that over 80% of corporate learning happens outside the classroom. As a result, enterprises are looking for better ways to engage with freelance talent. The emergence of online marketplaces that link freelancers with companies represents a potential opportunity for businesses to quickly build up a workforce with just the skills they need when they need them.
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Freight Service

The term freight service is used in logistics to refer to the transportation of goods. It is part of logistics. Freight is transported by various means, which can be divided into air freight, ocean freight, road freight and rail freight. The freight is shipped by sea, air or land. The goal of freight service is to deliver goods from the supplier to the customer as fast and cost-efficient as possible. A good freight service must therefore be flexible and reliable. It should be able to react to changes in demand quickly and efficiently, and deliver on time. There are many factors that influence a freight service. For example, price, speed, weight, handling costs, storage costs, insurance costs and accessibility all play a role in a successful freight service. Freight is typically transported by road or rail, although there are also alternative methods for the transport of goods such as with ships or airplanes. The use of new technologies such as big data helps to optimize the entire transport process by ensuring transparency between all parties involved. It also helps the customer receive his or her products faster and cheaper than before. Logistics provides you with optimal service when it comes to moving your goods from one place to another. This involves choosing the most efficient means of transport based on your needs and preferences. Logistics also includes aspects such as storage, packaging and labeling of goods, and much more. Logistics takes care of all aspects in order to deliver goods from A to B in the best possible way.
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Fruit

An example of an explanation for this term could be: “Fruit is a term used to describe the edible reproductive parts of seed-bearing plants. There are many different types of fruit, which are generally classified according to how they look or taste. For example, strawberries are red and sweet while pears are green and taste quite sour. The main reason why people eat fruit is because it tastes nice, but it also contains essential vitamins and minerals which help keep our bodies healthy. Fruit can be eaten fresh, canned or preserved; some examples of fruits which can be eaten fresh include apples, oranges and peaches. Fruits can also be made into juices or jams; examples of fruits which are commonly used to make juices include grapes and apples while fruits such as raspberries and strawberries are often used to make jam. Fruit can also be dried in order to preserve it for longer periods of time; dried fruit such as raisins, apricots and dates are often eaten as snacks between meals. Finally, fruit can also be cooked with other ingredients in order to create delicious desserts; examples of fruits that feature heavily in dessert recipes include bananas, pineapple and cherries."
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Funerals

Funeral arrangements is the process of planning, coordinating and taking care of all the details involved in a funeral or burial. This includes choices about the type of service, the casket, the flowers, the minister or rabbi, the order of events and more.
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Furniture

Furniture is a broad term, which can be used to describe items that are usually found in a home. There are many different types of furniture, each designed for a specific purpose. Common examples of furniture include chairs, tables, sofas, beds and cabinets.
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Gamification

Gamification, also called Game Mechanics, is the use of game design elements in non-game contexts. Game elements are combined with specific objectives, rules and rewards. Gamification is commonly used to encourage a specific behavior in learners. It is also known as motivational design, game-based learning or gameplay.
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Geospatial

Geospatial is a subset of Spatial data that describes the geographic location of natural or constructed features. As an example, Geospatial can include information about how far the store is from your house, how many people live in the neighborhood or what's the average income of the residents in the area.
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Golf

The sport of golf is played on a large field with a small, hard ball and sticks that are used to hit the ball. You play the game with others, either individually or in teams. The players have to follow a certain set of rules and are allowed to use a number of tools to complete a hole. The main goal is to try to reach the ball into a hole in as few strokes as possible.
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GPS

Global Positioning System, or GPS for short, is a system of satellites in space that provides information about the exact location of a receiver. This information is received by satellite signals that have been sent from GPS satellites and are received by GPS receivers.
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GPU

In computing, a graphics processing unit (GPU) is a specialized electronic circuit designed to rapidly manipulate and alter memory to accelerate the creation of images in a frame buffer intended for output to a display device. GPUs are used in embedded systems, mobile phones, personal computers, workstations, and game consoles. Modern GPUs are very efficient at manipulating computer graphics and image processing and their highly parallel structure makes them more effective than general-purpose CPUs for algorithms where processing of large blocks of data is done in parallel. The GPU was invented in 1999 by Nvidia and released the following year. It was incorporated into the GeForce 256 video card by Nvidia as an off-the-shelf semiconductor part. In modern PCs, the GPU can be an integrated part of the computer's motherboard or come pre-installed on the video card.
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Graphic Design

Graphic Design is a form of art, a visual communication. Its focus is on the layout and production of the visual elements of a published, printed work. Graphic design includes identity (logos and branding), print (magazines, newspapers and books), and web design.
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Green Building

Green Building refers to the construction of buildings that are designed, constructed, and operated with minimal negative impact on the environment. Green building is seen as a way to save money on energy costs while helping to protect the environment. There are three types of green building design: passive, active, and hybrid. Passive design requires little technology to make a building environmentally friendly. Buildings with passive design have a smaller carbon footprint and include features such as insulation, energy-efficient windows, natural ventilation, solar water heating, and daylighting. Active design incorporates more technology into a building to reduce its environmental impact. The use of renewable resources such as solar panels, wind turbines, and water filtration systems reduces the building's carbon footprint. Hybrid designs use aspects of both passive and active design in order to meet specific goals. For example, solar panels may be used to produce electricity while natural ventilation keeps the air inside the building fresh. The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has developed a green building certification system that is used worldwide. The system categorizes green buildings into one of four levels based on the intensity of sustainable features present in the building.
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Green Consumer Goods

Green Consumer Goods (also referred to as green goods) are products that have been manufactured with respect for the environment. It is often mandatory that a product meets certain standards before it can be considered green. If you have a certificate of compliance, you can legally call your product green. For example, green goods can be made from renewable resources, recycled materials or energy-efficient production methods. Green consumer goods are good for the environment, and they can often also be beneficial for society and the economy. For example, organic food is grown in a way that has no negative impact on the environment. Green consumer goods make use of more sustainable energy sources and are more environmentally friendly in other ways as well. This reduces the environmental impact and costs of goods and services. These kinds of products can also have positive effects on the climate and the environment. The best way to find out whether a product is green is to look at its label or certification. You will also find a number of examples of green consumer goods on the website www.groeneveiligheid.nl
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GreenTech

GreenTech is the industry that focuses on the research, development, and production of clean energy technologies, especially those related to alternative fuels, solar power, wind power, electric vehicles, smart grid, green buildings, hydrogen fuel cells, biofuels, and energy efficiency. GreenTech companies are specifically aiming to solve the problem of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) in the environment. These companies are often high-tech companies that are either applying or developing products that are powered by green energy. GreenTech companies can be found around the world with a concentration in Europe and North America. Many different governmental policies around the world have given rise to an industry that focuses on green energy. The private sector has also been a major player in this movement.
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Grocery

Grocery The grocery is the most popular store for people to shop at. Grocery stores sell food and other necessary items. There are different types of grocery stores including a supermarket, an organic food store, a discount food store, and a corner grocery store. In a supermarket, there are all kinds of food items such as fruit, vegetables, frozen foods, canned foods, snacks, and much more. People also buy clothes, soap, detergent, cleaning supplies, shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper, and many other items at the supermarket. A discount food store has less expensive prices than a supermarket but sells similar items. A corner grocery store is smaller than a supermarket but has a little bit of everything. Corner grocery stores are also known as convenience stores because they are in convenient locations. Another type of grocery store is an organic food store. Organic food stores only sell organic foods which have no artificial pesticides or fertilizers used on them. People buy organic foods because they think that they are healthier for them than regular foods. Some people believe that the natural way to grow food is better for the environment and makes people feel better about what they eat. In summary, grocery stores sell all kinds of food and household products.
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Guides

A guide is someone who shows people around a place or activity, such as a museum or a theater. A guide can also be someone who leads visitors through a particular process or activity. The title guide is often used in the tourism industry, such as for museums, exhibitions, cities and regions. In this industry, guides are always accompanied by professional and knowledgeable assistants. The assistants may include professional interpreters, professional camera operators, writers and video makers.
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Handmade

Handmade is a culture that focuses on creating things by hand rather than by machine. The current trend in the field of handcraft is the so-called DIY (Do It Yourself) trend. Consumers are opting for products that are not only of good quality, but also that are not manufactured by machine. Handmade products do not have the same price as those manufactured by machine, but the high price is justified by the quality and the great attention to detail. Handmade products come from all over the world, such as India, Mexico, Turkey, Colombia and Argentina. This is a kind of trend that is unstoppable. There are several places to find handmade products, such as social media, crafts fairs and flea markets. But these products can also be found on various internet platforms, such as Etsy, Ravelry and eBay. Handmade products are becoming increasingly popular because of their uniqueness and their aesthetic qualities. Handmade products have an added value for consumers who appreciate them because they want to support entrepreneurs and artisans who have worked hard to achieve this type of product. In addition, consumers prefer handmade products because they want to support the local economy and they like to do something positive for the environment by using fewer resources.
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Hardware

Hardware is a general term used to describe computer equipment such as computer cases, power supplies, motherboards, CPUs, RAM, GPUs, hard drives, optical drives, etc.
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Health Diagnostics

Health Diagnostics and Treatment is the process of identifying, treating, and monitoring of health issues and illnesses. Many times this is done by a healthcare professional such as a doctor, dentist, or specialist. It also involves a procedure or therapy that will be used to either help cure or improve the patients overall health. This can range from using medications to change the patients lifestyle to surgery or special medical procedures. Health Diagnostics and Treatment is usually only used for people who are already ill, but in some cases it can be used to help prevent illness from occurring.
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Health Insurance

Health insurance is a kind of insurance that helps individuals and families to pay for medical expenses, medications, and other healthcare costs. A major difference between health insurance and other forms of insurance is that it covers expenses incurred from illness or injury. Health insurance helps people cope with the financial consequences of being sick or injured. Health insurance can also help pay for medical expenses incurred by employees.
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Higher Education

"To clarify, it is important to state that the term "higher education" is used to describe post-secondary institutions that are not considered to be colleges or universities."
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Home and Garden

A home and garden show is a trade show in which new products, tools, plants, garden decorations, etc. for home and garden are presented. Home and garden shows are usually held annually. This is done so that both consumers and producers can see the latest trends and developments in this area. The exhibitors at a home and garden show display the products they want to sell to a large number of people.
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Home Decor

Home decor refers to the furnishing and decoration of a home. Home decorating is the process of adding interior design, furniture, and furnishings in order to improve the appearance and feel of a home. This is often done by homeowners, occupants, or owners of a property, to improve the feel and aesthetics of a room or an entire home. Home decorating can be made easier with software that help with interior design such as PhotoRoom.
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Home Improvement

Home improvement is an industry that focuses on fixing up, repairing, or improving the home. In the U.S., the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is a trade association for builders and suppliers of new homes and those who remodel existing homes.
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Home Renovation

Home renovation is the process of improving the condition, value, or quality of a home. The project can be small scale or large scale. The process is always exciting but sometimes it can be overwhelming. You have to consider many things when doing a home renovation such as how much money you can spend on it, what your goals are, and how long you plan to stay in your house. With some help from this wikiHow, you can begin your home renovation project and transform your house into something beautiful.
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Home Services

Sales team selling home services. Sales presentation, where team member was invited to family's home to explain options available for heating system. They were assisted by daughter who speaks English.
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Hospitality

The hospitality industry is the service industry, and encompasses hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, inns, hostels, resorts, and other forms of accommodation. The industry is one of the world's largest employers. Hospitality services are the most vital part of travel-related industries, offering opportunities to develop a career. It has a large impact on the travel industry as a whole. The Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2015 ranks France's hospitality services as the best in the world. It's a complex and high value sector that provides many different types of jobs: hotel management, tour operator, taxi driver, tourist guide, restaurant worker and hotel maintenance worker are just some of the positions within the hospitality industry. The sector also includes several different functions: cleaning and maintaining rooms, housekeeping, waiting on tables in restaurants and so on.
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Hotel

A hotel is a place that has rooms, usually on multiple floors, for travelers to stay in. People often stay in hotels while they are on vacation. Hotels have different kinds of rooms, such as single rooms, double rooms, suites, and family rooms. There are also hotels with special amenities. Some have swimming pools, and others have spas. Some hotels are very fancy, while others are more modest. There are many kinds of hotels. There are budget hotels, business hotels, resort hotels, and many more. The way you like to travel will help you decide which kind of hotel you would like to stay in. Some people like to go on a vacation and see different places around the world. These people will choose a budget hotel or a resort hotel so they can see as much as possible. Some people prefer to just relax while they are on vacation. They like to go to a luxury hotel so they can be pampered and not worry about anything while they are away from home. In the United States, a "hotel" is often called a "motel."
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Housekeeping Service

Housekeeping Service is a general term for the industry or occupation of people who clean, and the service that they provide. Housekeeping is a part of domestic work. It is not only a single job, but it's also an activity that encompasses many jobs: it includes cooking, laundry, cleaning, lawn care, etc. However, all of these tasks usually involve cleaning. That's why housekeeping is often called "the work that keeps us all busy". It's one of the most important and basic services that a person needs in his/her daily life. There are many different kinds of housekeeping services, but most of them share a few basic elements. Housekeeping services can vary greatly depending on location and available resources. In developing countries, the concept may be poorly defined or nonexistent. The importance of cleanliness is sometimes reduced due to lack of space or money to devote to cleaning activities. For example, the World Health Organization found that about a third of the people in developing countries say they do not have enough time to maintain their home properly.
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Human Computer Interaction

Human-computer interaction (HCI) is the study of the design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and enjoyment. The human-computer interaction is a discipline that deals with the design, development, and evaluation of interactive computing systems for human use and enjoyment. It focuses on the processes, techniques, and methods for conceptualizing, specifying, designing, implementing, and evaluating interactive computing systems. It is a branch of computer science that deals with the design, development, and evaluation of interactive computing systems for human use and enjoyment.
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Human Resources

Human Resources is the department within a company that deals with employees. They work closely with both the board of directors and the CEO. They often act as a link between management and employees. This is done to maintain good communication between both parties, which is essential to make an organization run smoothly.
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Humanitarian

Humanitarian is an adjective used to describe someone who is actively involved in humanitarian causes. The noun humanitarian refers to a person who works for the benefit of people who are suffering from natural disasters, poverty, war, famine, or other forms of hardship.
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IaaS

IaaS stands for Infrastructure as a Service. It is a type of cloud computing in which you pay for the IT infrastructure you use. This means that the provider handles all the maintenance and software upgrades. The service provider can be any type of organization: a cloud service provider, your own company or an external service provider. IaaS is the basic layer of cloud computing. It enables businesses to reduce costs and improve flexibility and agility. All applications are located on the same physical server. IaaS does not require specific applications to be installed, such as virtualization software. Instead, everything is done on a hardware level.
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Identity Management

Identity management is the discipline of managing digital identities. In general, it is the process of identifying, verifying, and governing the life cycle of digital identities. This involves integrating both digital and physical identities and managing a single digital identity that is used across various systems, locations, devices, and services. The most common method of identity management is through the use of a username and password.
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Image Recognition

image recognition is a technology that makes it possible to extract certain information from images, such as an amount of a certain object in an image, a color and other features. Image recognition makes it possible to automate certain tasks, such as object counting. Image recognition is often used in security to control access based on facial features.
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In-Flight Entertainment

In-flight entertainment is the entertainment available to aircraft passengers during a flight. In commercial aviation, in-flight entertainment is usually complimentary, but some airlines have begun charging for it. Most modern aircraft have audio video on demand systems that allow passengers to watch movies and television shows, listen to music, or view a map of their current location. IFE is most often delivered by a built-in seat-back display, although some airlines offer IFE via portable media players or laptop computers. While personal electronic devices are sometimes permitted for use during takeoff and landing, their use may be prohibited during the cruise portion of the flight. Some airlines have installed systems that allow passengers to use their own laptops, smartphones and tablet computers. IFE is generally not available on smaller aircraft used for short-haul flights.
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Indoor Positioning

Indoor positioning is the task of identifying the location of a mobile device inside a building. There are a few methods that can be used to accomplish this task. The most common method is based on WiFi or other radio signals that reach the device. Indoor positioning based on WiFi has become quite popular over the last few years and several different techniques have been proposed for indoor localization.
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Industrial

To Industrialize means to produce on a large scale, to mass-produce. The verb is always spelled with the ending -ize and never -ise. It's a specialised term, which is not very common in everyday speech. You would usually hear the word 'industrialize' in scientific contexts.
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Industrial Automation

Industrial Automation is the use of control systems for operating industrial processes. It was originally a response to the complexity and large scale of factories that developed during the Industrial Revolution in the late 18th century. These systems are operated by supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, and can be part of a larger system called a distributed control system (DCS). An automated industrial system is one that is under computer control. Industrial Automation is one of the 7 subsets of Control Systems Engineering (CSS). Industrial automation is defined as "automation that has been designed to improve industrial productivity and performance". The term often applies to manufacturing, but can also refer to the broader scope of supply chain management and even business in general. In simple terms, Industrial Automation can be defined as the use of computer-based hardware and software to regulate machines, instruments, or other devices for the purpose of improving quality, efficiency, accuracy, or safety. In a broader sense, it may also be used to regulate people and business processes.
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Industrial Design

Industrial design is the use of a combination of applied art and applied science to improve the aesthetics, ergonomics, functionality, and/or usability of a product, to make it more marketable. It also is concerned with developing a visually attractive, innovative and marketable product.
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Industrial Engineering

Industrial engineering is a branch of engineering which is concerned with the optimization of complex processes. It is based on the application of scientific and mathematical methods to problems of production and operation. It is the branch of engineering that deals with the design, operation, and improvement of integrated systems of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, and materials to accomplish specific goals. The core engineering discipline is the application of mathematical modeling, statistical methods, probability and economics for the optimal design, operation and control of processes and systems.
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Industrial Manufacturing

Industrial manufacturing is a sector that involves transforming raw materials or parts into new products. This sector is closely linked to the consumer goods sector, which focuses on transforming materials into finished consumer products. For example, if you produce a certain chemical, and you use that chemical to produce a more complex chemical, the first chemical is an industrial product, while the second is a consumer product. Industrial manufacturing can be very broad, covering anything from plastic to chemicals, to cars.
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Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

ICT is the broad term used to describe all the tools that are used to communicate. The main goal of ICT is to make communication easier and more efficient. Today ICT can be used in many ways. For example, you can use your phone, your computer, or your tablet to communicate with other people. ICT also includes all the tools that are used to build websites, including computers, software, and so on. Communication tools such as telephone, mobile phones, video conferencing, voice over IP (VoIP), and instant messaging are covered by ICT. Also included are television, movies, radio, photography, printing presses, and so on. ICT is an umbrella term for any kind of technology that is used to communicate. It includes hardware, software, communication channels and methods (such as internet), and services. It can be used in all aspects of life.
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Information Services

Information Services (IS) is the division of a company that provides internal services to the organization. IS can be broken down into two areas: applications development and support and information technology. Applications development and support usually includes programming, system design, project management, testing, operations, maintenance, installation, and support. Information technology consists of hardware and software. Hardware includes anything from desktop computers to mainframes. Software includes operating systems, application software, middleware, utilities, communication tools, programming languages, networking components, Internet servers, and Web applications. Information Services is not only responsible for managing the information technology infrastructure but also creating it in the first place. Since Information Services is responsible for all computer equipment as well as software applications that support the business of the company they must ensure that it all operates smoothly together. One way they do this is by writing scripts to automate processes in order to reduce human error and streamline operations. An example of this would be creating a script to automatically reboot a computer if it has a problem. If someone is able to write a script for this purpose they are called a programmer or software engineer. Another function of Information Services is project management. They must keep track of all IT projects within the company so that there are no redundancies or overlap in projects which could lead to inefficiency and extra cost. The project manager is also responsible for making sure that each project meets the set deadlines and is being completed correctly by overseeing the project’s progress. The IS department can be further broken down into different roles: Application Administrator – an application administrator usually works with the end users to ensure they are happy with the applications that they use within their jobs and make sure their needs are met in regards to those applications by maintaining those applications within their organization’s infrastructure Network Administrator – a network administrator will make sure all of the hardware used within the organization is running properly and set up correctly so that everything runs smoothly together Security Administrator – the security administrator will monitor network activity to make sure no one has accessed unauthorized areas or data. This administrator will also be responsible for setting up user accounts so that employees can only access what they need access to Help Desk – The help desk will provide any help needed by users within their organization
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Information Technology

Information technology (IT) is the use of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data, or information, often in the context of a business or other enterprise. IT is considered a subset of information and communications technology (ICT).
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Infrastructure

An infrastructure is the basic framework of a system, usually physical, social or technological. Examples include buildings, roads, bridges, dams, reservoirs, power grids, etc. The word was originally used to describe military construction projects. In this context, the word is still sometimes used today. For example, builders of an airport would be constructing the infrastructure.
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Innovation Management

Innovation management is the act of managing innovation. The act of managing innovation may encompass processes such as idea generation, idea selection, idea implementation, idea evaluation, idea diffusion and knowledge management. This encompasses two fields: technology and organizational. It is distinct from research management.
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Insurance

An insurance policy is a contract between an insurer and a policyholder where the insurer agrees to provide compensation in the event of damage or loss to the property of the policyholder caused by certain perils, typically specified in the contract. The policyholder typically pays a premium, either regularly or as one lump sum. If the insured event occurs, the insurer pays the claim to the policyholder. The insured may or may not be the policyholder; if it is not, then it is called a "third-party" insurance. If an insured event occurs, the insurer may not pay out on all claims. For example, insurance policies exclude cover for damage due to nuclear incidents, war, theft, deliberate acts by third parties or acts of God (such as fire caused by lightning). To mitigate this and other risks, most insurance policies are supplemented with additional coverage, such as loss of income and medical payments. The insured event usually does not need to be reported to the insurer for benefits to be paid; contracts usually provide that as soon as proof of loss is provided to the company by the insured, payment is made.
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InsurTech

The In the insurance industry, insurance technology or InsurTech refers to technological advances and solutions that have revolutionized the way insurers do business. This could include new technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, and virtual reality that can be used to address various problems and opportunities in the insurance sector. There are three main challenges facing the insurance industry. The first challenge is the drive for increased efficiency. The second challenge is increased customer expectations of the industry. The third challenge is the speed of change within the industry. InsurTech enables insurers to address these challenges by providing a means to enhance efficiency through automation, streamline processes, and gain more data about the customer through social media and other means. One way InsurTech does this is by addressing customer challenges and pain points. For example, customers may be able to have their claims handled in a shorter amount of time, which is important in the current environment of social media and other mediums where customers want quick responses. Another example is being able to manage risk more effectively, which can be done through better data management as well as better understanding of how risk will affect customers' decisions, actions, and reactions in certain situations. Other examples include automated processing of premiums, applying for an insurance policy online, being able to check their policies on their mobile devices or cars that automatically call for help if there is an accident.
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Intellectual Property

Intellectual property (IP) is an intangible asset that can be owned by individuals and companies. Examples of IP include inventions, design rights, trademarks, copyright and trade secrets. Intellectual property is anything that's not physical property. Intellectual property (IP) is an intangible asset that can be owned by individuals and companies. Examples of IP include inventions, design rights, trademarks, copyright and trade secrets. Intellectual property is anything that's not physical property.
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Interior Design

Interior design is the process of shaping the experience of interior space, through the manipulation of spatial volume and form. Interior design is a multifaceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
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Internet

The Internet is a network of networks. There are lots of different types of networks: Local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN), metropolitan area networks (MAN), campus area networks (CAN), corporate area networks (CAN), peer-to-peer networks, home networks, and so on. The Internet is the network of all networks, including the ones you use every day. Think about your home network, for example. Your devices are connected to each other and they're also connected to the Internet. However, it's more than just the physical connection that makes something part of the Internet. In fact, if you look at your connection to the Internet, you'll see that it consists of many smaller connections to other networks. All of these different connections are actually part of the Internet. That's why it's called the "Internet of Things" (IoT). There are many different types of devices on the Internet. However, they all have something in common: they have a unique IP address assigned to them. That means they can be identified on the Internet. This is often necessary for communication between devices and between applications. That's how your printer can print something and your refrigerator can update its settings or download a new recipe when needed.
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Internet of Things

Internet of Things or IoT is the concept of connecting any device to the internet. In practice, this means that devices, such as a watch, car, door lock, dishwasher or toaster can connect to the internet. By connecting them to the internet, they can be controlled via an app or a voice command. For example, you can make sure your laundry is started when you leave the office, start your car and get the heat on in your house with a single command.
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Intrusion Detection

Intrusion detection is the art of recognizing unwanted, unauthorized, or uninvited activity on a computer system. It can be used to protect both computer systems and computer networks. There are two main kinds of intrusion detection systems (IDS): network-based and host-based. A network-based IDS (NIDS) is an intrusion detection system that is usually placed on a network in order to monitor all traffic on the network segment to which it is attached. A host-based IDS (HIDS) is an intrusion detection system that resides on a single computer and monitors activity only on that computer. This is normally done by monitoring the events logged by the operating system and/or applications. HIDS are mainly used to protect single computers or small networks. NIDS are more suited for enterprise-wide protection as they can monitor large amounts of traffic from multiple hosts. However, NIDS typically consume far more system resources, due to the high volume of data being examined by the IDS. Exam tip: Be familiar with the difference between a Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) and a Host Intrusion Detection System (HIDS). NIDS focus on protecting your network from outside attacks. HIDS focus on protecting your computer from inside attacks.
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ISP

An Internet Service Provider (ISP) is a company that provides access to the Internet, using either their own network or a public carrier network like an international telephone network. They are sometimes called access providers, although that term usually refers to Internet access.
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IT Infrastructure

This means the infrastructure needed to operate a business, including servers, databases, networking equipment, telecommunications and other elements. The IT infrastructure must be sufficient to handle both current and future demands on the business. The IT infrastructure should be designed with security in mind. This includes security for the business itself, as well as security for the individual user (to protect against viruses, spyware, hacking and other threats).
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IT Management

IT Management are an area of business where the business goals of the company is achieved by ensuring the efficient and effective use of computer systems and information technology.
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Janitorial Service

The Janitorial Service is a service that is usually required to clean a location, whether it be a home, office or any other building. There are two main types of Janitorial Service, which are the cleaning of carpet and the cleaning of windows. The cleaning of carpet can include the cleaning of grout, but it is not necessary to do so. However, it is necessary to remove stains from carpet, which can be done with chemicals or scrubbing. In order to remove stains from carpet you must identify the type of stain in order to know how to treat it. Once you have identified the type of stain you can then remove it using either one of the previously mentioned methods. The cleaning of windows on the other hand is usually done by applying water, soap and a cloth onto the window to wipe off any dirt. The reason why this service is not often done by the owner of the building is because it is difficult and time consuming, so it is much easier to hire someone else to do it for you.
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Jewelry

Jewelry is adornment that is worn in jewelry. Jewelry may be attached to the body or the clothes, and it is a decorative accessory. Jewellery may be made from a wide range of materials, including gemstones, metals, glass, plastic, beads, shells, and corals. Jewelry is worn for many reasons other than practicality. Much jewelry is made as a form of adornment, whether for functional or aesthetic reasons, and is therefore worn primarily for reasons of personal taste or fashion. Jewellery may be adorned with gemstones (including semi-precious stones), with precious metals or simply for its material value.
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Journalism

Journalism is the profession of collecting, analyzing, and disseminating news and other information. Journalists' stories are intended to be factual; they provide an account of events that occurred in the past or present.
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Knowledge Management

A knowledge management system (KMS) is a combination of software and processes designed to capture, share, organize, search, and analyze information in an organization. The purpose of a KMS is to increase the effectiveness of the organization by providing fast access to relevant information, thereby helping to solve business problems and create new opportunities.
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Landscaping

Landscaping is the planning, construction, and maintenance of gardens and landscapes. The most important part of this is landscape design. That is the creation of a plan that defines what are the key elements of the landscape, what plants to use, where to put those plants, and how to arrange them. Landscape designers will also plan where structures, such as paths, water features, seating areas, and lighting are to be placed. Maintenance is then the ongoing care of these elements by the owner or a professional team. This involves tasks such as pruning plants, watering lawns, clearing weeds, removing leaves in fall and snow in winter, and more. Landscaping design involves three main stages:
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Language Learning

Language learning refers to the process of learning a language, either as a child or as an adult. Humans are naturally wired to learn language, so in many ways language learning is something that is a part of who we are.
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Laser

Laser is a device that uses the process of stimulated emission to create a beam of coherent light. A laser can be seen as an optical maser, that is, it can be used to produce radiation in the microwave range. The first working laser was constructed in 1960 by Theodore H. Maiman at Hughes Research Laboratories. There are many types of lasers, which differ in the wavelength of the light they emit, their ability to operate in continuous-wave or pulsed modes, and their efficiency. For example, helium–neon lasers emit light with a wavelength of 633 nanometers (nm), whereas diode lasers emit light with a wavelength of 808 nm. The efficiency of a laser is measured by its overall power output. As for the most powerful laser ever created, the Omega laser had an output power of 10.2 Petawatts (10,200 terawatts). Lasers use mirrors to direct the beam of light they produce. Depending on the type of laser and the type of mirror used, lasers can be classified as internal or external cavity. In an external cavity laser, mirrors are placed on both sides of the gain medium, while in an internal cavity laser mirrors are placed on opposite sides of the gain medium.
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Last Mile Transportation

The last mile delivery of e-commerce goods refers to the final segment of the supply chain for a company that delivers parcels to customers. It concerns the transport of goods from a warehouse or delivery center to the destination of the customer. The last mile delivery is an essential part of any e-commerce logistics operation, and there are many challenges. The main reason is that each parcel needs to be delivered to a customer's door, which is much more complicated than delivering to a central location, such as a local store. There are also many ways to approach the last mile delivery and various factors that play a role in how this can be done. For example, consider: Expert 1 Expert 2 Expert 3 The main challenge in last mile delivery is flexibility. Customers are expecting an increasingly more convenient service, and a parcel has to be delivered whenever it is needed. Time is also very important, and both couriers and customers want the parcels delivered as quickly as possible. One solution is to use specialized trucks with smaller dimensions and greater manoeuvrability that can deliver to the front door directly. This method is common for local deliveries. However, this isn't always possible because not all cities have streets wide enough for such trucks. So often delivery takes place by foot or car. Some companies now also use drones for last mile delivery of parcels. In addition, it's very important to use software technology for optimizing your delivery process in order to make it as effective as possible. That's because companies can optimize routing by collecting information about how much time it takes to travel from one destination to another on different days of the week, at different times of day, etcetera. It's also necessary to set up rules for how deliveries should be done and communicate these rules throughout the organization in order to avoid any confusion among employees and lower the number of errors that occur during deliveries.
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Laundry and Dry-cleaning

The process of cleaning clothes or other fabrics by scrubbing them with soap and water, rinsing them in water, and then drying them. Laundry is typically done at a laundry or laundry service, but may also be done at home or elsewhere if the items are hand-washable. A "laundry service" is a company that washes and/or dry cleans clothes for customers. Some businesses hire a third party to do their laundry as part of their regular office cleaning routine, and may also have a laundering contract with an outside company for linens. Laundry services may provide pickup and delivery service to commercial and residential customers, or they may require customers to bring their dirty laundry to the business.
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Lead Generation

Lead generation is a process in which companies try to acquire new customers. These potential customers can be contacted through different ways, like by phone, email or any other form of communication. Lead generation can be seen as a short term goal of lead nurturing. Lead nurturing is a process in which companies follow up on a lead that has shown interest in the company's products and services.
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Lead Management

Lead management is the process of working with leads and sales opportunities, converting them into sales. Lead management tools are an important component of marketing automation and customer relationship management (CRM) systems. Leads are people or organizations that have expressed interest in your company's products or services, but aren't ready to buy yet. Most lead management tools provide some form of lead qualification system to help you sort through the leads and figure out which ones are the best candidates for your sales team. For example, they might let you set a certain sales revenue threshold to qualify a lead as a "hot" prospect and give you tools to automatically assign leads to specific salespeople based on their experience or other relevant factors.
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Leasing

Leasing is a method of acquisition by which the lessee acquires certain goods for a fixed period and at the end of the lease period, they must return the good to the lessor. It is a type of investment in which one party makes a payment to another party in exchange for the right to use an asset for a specific period of time.
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Legal

A legal document is a formal written agreement, often between two or more parties. The document may be a binding contract enforceable by law. Or it may be an informational letter. For example, the text of a law or treaty is often called its "legislative history".
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Legal Tech

Legal Tech is the new term for legal services and technologies, which focus on using software and technology to improve efficiency and quality of legal services. The legal profession has been traditionally under pressure to increase the efficiency of its services. Traditionally, efficiency has been viewed as getting work done faster. However, this does not always result in better quality. Legal Tech seeks to improve quality as well as efficiency by automating or semi-automating some or all of the most common legal tasks in an efficient manner and using artificial intelligence to support lawyers in complex matters.
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Leisure

Leisure activities are activities done for enjoyment and leisure, not as part of work or to produce goods or services. This term can also be used in reference to the quality of being an interesting person with a relaxed lifestyle. Many people spend their leisure time engaged in leisure activities.
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Life Insurance

Life insurance is a contract between the insurer and the insured person, where the insurer agrees to pay a sum of money (the "benefit") to the insured in the event of the insured's death. Depending on the policy, the sum may be payable to the estate of the deceased or to the beneficiary directly.
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Lifestyle

Lifestyle is the overall description of a person's living situation. It can also be described as the "way of life" that an individual lives. It is generally accepted that there are four main components to one's lifestyle: economics, society, culture and environment.
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Lighting

Lighting is used to provide illumination and can be found in almost every area of the built environment. This includes areas such as architecture, billboards, caves, churches, clubs, commercial buildings, office buildings, homes, hotels, museums, restaurants, underground bunkers and trains. Lighting may also be seen in the public realm in features such as street lights, torches and light-emitting diode (LED) screens. Lighting as a science started as early as 7Th century BC in Babylon and was further refined by the Greeks and Romans. The field of lighting was not fully developed until the 18th century when Jeremy Bentham developed the idea of a "unit of illumination" (1 candle power) and went on to develop ways to measure illumination as a way to judge efficiency of lamps. In 1948 Alan MacRobert described visibility as the ability to "see by the light reflected from surrounding objects." It was not until 1993 that it was officially named LUX. In 2016, the International System of Units (SI) defined the "lumen" as equal to "the luminous flux per solid angle emitted by a point source of light in a particular direction." Lighting provides safety and security for people through increased visibility for motorists, pedestrians and other road users. The fields of lighting engineering and lighting design are closely related and have many common applications with regard to design. For example, architectural lighting design is concerned with interior spaces where people need to see what is going on around them or where they need to see the details of their surroundings. In these cases, additional tasks are added for lighting designers such as defining the precise location, shape and colour that gives desired effects. In addition to interior spaces such as theaters and meeting rooms, exterior spaces such as landscapes and monuments are designed for nighttime illumination to create an atmosphere that suits an occasion or holiday. Both exterior and interior spaces can be enhanced through the use of dynamic or moving lights or illuminance sensors that turn lights on when a person enters a room. For example, theatres can dim lights on audience members so that they do not distract from performances; retail stores can turn on lights on products when customers are near; night time parades can be illuminated with colourful lighting effects.
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Limousine Service

Limousine service is a company that provides luxury transportation service to customers in the form of limousines. They can be driven by professional chauffeurs or owned by customers for their own use. As with many luxury services, the experience is often compared to that of riding in a private jet plane. Limousine services operate mainly in large cities such as New York, Las Vegas, Miami, and London. Some limousines are built on truck frames, but many are purpose-built. The first limousine service was said to have been started in New York City in 1832 by a man named Nathan Seymour, who had purchased a stagecoach and invested in four passenger seats.
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Local Advertising

Local advertising is a term that is used to describe ads on the Internet, and more specifically search engines, where advertisers want to attract customers within a certain geographical area. It can be in the form of PPC (Pay per click) or CPM (Cost per mile). PPC advertising is most often used in an Internet context. CPM is a relatively new form of advertising, which is used for online advertising and also television and radio advertising.
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Local Business

Local Business is a small business, a local branch of a larger business, or a company with headquarters in the local area. Small businesses are mostly family-owned or owned by a partnership. Small businesses may provide goods and services or specialize in one field only. If you are looking for local business, you can find it on website. There are several local businesses that can offer you goods/services. Local Business helps you by offering services/goods that can meet your needs.
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Location Based Services

A location-based service (LBS) is a service created for use on mobile devices that are capable of providing geographical location information to those devices. The term "location-based service" has replaced the term "location-based application", which was coined before GPS-capable devices became widely available. LBS are generally considered to be part of the emerging category of context-aware computing, where services can use geographic information (context) to provide a better experience to users. Examples of LBS include weather services that can report weather conditions in the user's current location, services that can inform the user of nearby attractions or businesses, or social networking services that can recommend people nearby who share similar interests.
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Logistics

Logistics is the management of the flow of goods between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet requirements of customers or corporations. It is a study that deals with managing processes, such as procurement, production, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling and packaging. Logistics is concerned with planning material flow through a supply chain.
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Loyalty Programs

A loyalty program is a program in which a company rewards customers for doing certain things, for example, signing up for a newsletter or for spending a certain amount of money.
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Machinery Manufacturing

In the manufacturing industry, machining is a process that uses a machine tool to remove material from a workpiece. This is accomplished by the cutting tool moving over the surface of the workpiece, removing chips from the workpiece as it moves. The machining process often takes place in a manufacturing facility or machine shop.
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Management Consulting

Management consulting is a field that involves assisting companies with solving business problems. It includes management strategy, organizational development, process management, performance improvement, and marketing. Management consulting firms have clients from various industries, including healthcare, retail, government, education, and technology. Consultants often hold MBAs and charge per hour for their services. In order to become a management consultant, you must have the appropriate education and experience. A Bachelor's degree in business administration is the minimum requirement. An MBA will also help you get a job as a management consultant.
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Management Information Systems

An information system is a collection of integrated procedures and computer-based information resources designed to enable an organization to acquire, store, process, and disseminate data to support operational decision making. Information systems are the means by which an organization collects, stores, processes, maintains, and disseminates data. Data from various internal and external sources are used to produce information for internal use and/or for external use by the organization's customers. The management of an information system may be the responsibility of the organization's accounting department or another unit within the organization. Or it may be assigned to a special group established for this purpose. It is also common for an information system to be managed by a separate organization that performs other tasks related to managing the computer resources of the organization.
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Manufacturing

Manufacturing is the production of goods or material by machines or by hand. Manufacturing industries are usually subdivided into sectors and industries. The machinery and materials used in manufacturing goods can be either human-powered, like water wheels, or machine-powered, like computers. Examples of human-powered manufacturing include the production of clothing, household items, food and drink, and other physical goods. Machine-powered manufacturing includes processes such as machine tools, cranes, and ships. Materials may come from either human-powered or machine-powered manufacturing. Manufacturing is also sometimes called "industrialization", a term that covers both industrial and service activities. Manufacturing industry generally produces more capital than it consumes in raw materials and machinery, and generally provides jobs to more people than any other type of industry. Because of these characteristics, manufacturing has been one of the most dominant economic production activities in the world since at least the Industrial Revolution.
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Mapping Services

Mapping services are used to create, edit, and publish maps and geographic information online. The world is increasingly being shaped by maps and mapping services. The days of paper maps are numbered as the amount of data increases. What's more, GPS technology has helped to make mapping services more relevant than ever before. In the past, people were forced to buy a map if they wanted to visit a new place. Today, you can simply open your favorite mapping service on your smartphone or tablet.
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Marine Technology

Marine technology is the application of engineering, natural sciences and other technology applied to the development, construction, support, and operation of marine vessels and structures, as well as oceanographic and marine research. Marine technology involves many fields of science and engineering including mechanics, electronics, control systems, hydrodynamics, oceanography, navigation, propulsion, materials technology and nanotechnology. The overall aim of this field is to advance the technology of ships and boats to create a safer, more economical and environmentally friendly way of transporting goods and people.
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Marine Transportation

Marine transportation is the transportation of goods and passengers across bodies of water. The field can be divided into maritime shipping and navigation, ports and logistics, such as transport pricing and cargo handling. Seafreight transport is sometimes also considered a sub-sector of marine transportation, especially in European countries with strong coastal traditions. The US military also draws a distinction between marine transportation and inland water transport, which are separate hierarchies.
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Market Research

Market research is a systematic way of studying the behavior of the consumer to the product. Market research is done to gain knowledge about the market conditions, how it behaves and also the demographic that lives in that market. This information is needed for organizations to be able to forecast what their customers are interested in and which product will be demanded. Market research can be divided into two sections, primary and secondary. Primary research is the main section of market research where new data is gathered for analysis. Secondary research on the other hand is where information is found in data already recorded or in published sources such as books and journals. An example of primary research would be a survey that would be distributed out to various groups of people that are interested in your product, asking them questions about their opinions on it. Another example would be focus groups where people are asked questions by a moderator, sometimes with the assistance of visuals to gain a better understanding of their opinions.
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Marketing Automation

Marketing Automation is a tool that helps marketing professionals to streamline and automate tasks, such as emailing or social media marketing. In the past, marketing was all about being present on various social media channels, sending out a newsletter and other activities. With marketing automation, you can reach out to your customers in a more individual way. How does it work? The first step is to enter customer data into the software. You can select information from your customer database, social media accounts and many other sources. The data you enter will be processed automatically by the software. The next step is to define a set of rules for each customer. When a customer fulfills a certain criterion, an action will be triggered automatically. For example, if a customer purchases a specific product, they'll be immediately contacted by email with a coupon code. In addition, if the customer visits your website or blog, they'll immediately receive an article that they've previously been interested in. The result is that you have less administration work and less money spent on advertising.
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Mechanical Design

Mechanical Design is the process of creating and refining a design for a mechanical system. A designer usually first comes up with a concept of the design, and then works on creating a plan. A detailed plan would include how the components would fit together, what materials are needed, and how to assemble the product. The design would be refined by computer-aided design (CAD) software to get it ready for building a prototype or manufacturing. A lot of companies today are looking to hire mechanical designers to help them develop new products. Companies need to come up with products that are useful, but also have the right look and feel. It's the mechanical designer's job to make sure that all these elements are accounted for in the final product. Mechanical design is different from industrial design in that industrial design focuses on making things look good, while mechanical design focuses on making things work well. Other than companies, mechanical designers can also work for government agencies, or in education.
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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies engineering, physics, and materials science principles to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the design, production, and operation of machinery. It is one of the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines. The mechanical engineering field requires an understanding of core areas including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, materials science, structural analysis, and electricity. In addition to these core principles, mechanical engineers use tools such as computer-aided design (CAD), and product life cycle management to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices, weapons, and others. Mechanical engineering emerged as a field during the Industrial Revolution in Europe in the 18th century; however, its development can be traced back several thousand years around the world. In the 19th century, developments in physics led to the development of mechanical engineering science. The field has continually evolved to incorporate advancements; today mechanical engineers are pursuing developments in such areas as composites, mechatronics, and nanotechnology. It also overlaps with aerospace engineering, metallurgical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, manufacturing engineering, chemical engineering, industrial engineering, and other engineering disciplines to varying amounts.
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Media and Entertainment

The Media and Entertainment industry is a sector of the economy concerned with the development of entertainment products and services. It includes audio, visual, broadcasting, publishing, and video game industries.
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Medical Device

Medical devices are any physical instrument or equipment used for healthcare. They include tools, instruments, implants, prostheses, medical supplies, and more.
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Meeting Software

Microsoft Office 365|Microsoft Exchange is a web-based email and collaboration suite for businesses that was launched by Microsoft in 2011. It's considered a cloud solution, since it uses the Internet for most of its features. Microsoft Exchange|Microsoft Office 365 also lets you share files, store documents online and set up meetings. It provides three different types of email accounts: Exchange Online, Exchange Online Protection and Exchange Online Plan 2.
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Messaging

An asynchronous messaging service is a computer software system that provides text-based communications to multiple parties using the Internet. Asynchronous messages are stored in a mailbox and displayed on the recipient's screen when they log into the system. The system provides services to support both private and public conversations between individuals or groups of users. Some messages are forwarded to one or more third parties, or replied to via email. The World Wide Web consortium released a specification for an asynchronous messaging protocol called WebMessaging in 2004. Asynchronous messaging systems differ from instant messaging systems in that they do not provide real-time, online text communication between two or more parties.
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Micro Lending

Microfinance is the provision of financial services—small loans, savings accounts, or insurance—to those who lack access to conventional banking services. It began in the late 1960s with the establishment of small-scale credit programs designed to provide credit to poor people and alleviate poverty. These programs were targeted at self-employed women, especially in Asia and Latin America. The most successful of these programs included self-targeting features: for example, programs that provided training, information, and low-interest loans to people considered too poor to pay market interest rates. Since then, microfinance has spread around the world, covering most of the developing world and reaching into some developed countries. Microfinance has recently come under fire from many different angles, as it has begun to be blamed for perpetuating poverty rather than helping reduce it. Proponents argue that microfinance is an important financial inclusion tool for a large portion of the world's population that is not currently served by existing financial institutions. In September 2010, Bangladesh's Grameen Bank won the Nobel Peace Prize for its contribution to poverty alleviation through microcredit—an innovation that improved the lives of 100 million poor families. Critics of microcredit have questioned whether it is sustainable in its present form, particularly since many loans are made to individuals unable to afford them and may even worsen their situation.
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Mining Technology

Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the earth, from an orebody, lode, vein, seam, reef or placer deposits. These deposits form a mineralized package that is of economic interest to the miner. Ores recovered by mining include metals, coal, oil shale, gemstones, limestone, chalk, dimension stone, rock salt, potash, gravel, and clay. Mining is required to obtain any material that cannot be grown through agricultural processes. Mining in a wider sense includes extraction of any non-renewable resource such as petroleum, natural gas, or even water.
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Mobile Advertising

The mobile advertising market has grown over the years, and has become a profitable market. Mobile advertising includes advertisements sent to mobile devices, such as smartphones, PDAs, tablets, and other wireless devices. Mobile advertising can be delivered by text message, short message service (SMS), Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), electronic mail, Instant Messenger (IM), or WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) for Internet access. Advertisements can be targeted based on the recipient's geographic location or personal preferences. In the past five years, mobile advertising has shifted from traditional SMS text messages to a more interactive medium using IM-style messaging services and apps that offer "in-app" content or allow customers to "click-to-call" companies directly from their phones. The click-to-call option has created a huge growth in mobile advertising revenue, where direct calls to the business are made instead of relying on the customer's knowledge of a company's phone number. Companies such as Google and Facebook now offer mobile advertising options. Mobile advertisers have seen an increase in click-through rates from less than one percent to six percent by changing the way ads are presented to mobile devices. Most companies use advertising agencies to plan and buy ad campaigns on mobile devices. Google AdWords is one of the most popular platforms for search engine marketing. Google AdWords allows users to create ads for Google searches that appear at the top or on the right side of search results pages. Google AdWords also allows users to create text ads that appear on Google websites and partner websites across the Internet, which means they reach consumers searching for information while on their computer. Another effective form of mobile advertising is creating and using apps on smart phones. For example, there are apps that will make it easy for a user to locate information about a product or service they want by clicking a link within the app. Other types of apps allow consumers to enter information about themselves that will be used to create customized ads, while others will allow users to make purchases right from their phones. Mobile advertising has also spread beyond phones into other areas of consumer technology, including televisions and personal computers. Mobile ads can be shown as banners or icons in apps that appear on smart phones. For example, an app with a restaurant guide could display an icon with the name of a local restaurant chain in addition to its menu options; when clicked, the icon will show the user directions to that restaurant's nearest location as well as show that chain's menu. Television advertisements are delivered through what is known as rich media; this type of ad is usually interactive and allows users to play games or learn more about products without ever leaving their television screen. Some companies have even gone so far as delivering coupons or discounts through text messages; however, this requires the customer to already have their cell phone programmed with their wireless provider's information as well as requiring customers to opt in by giving their consent for receiving these types of messages. Coupons have become a very popular way for businesses to promote their products and services through wireless media; many companies offer discounts through e-mail and text messages on days when they want people to come into their store and buy products in bulk or at certain times of the year when there are limited time offers available only to customers who opt in to receive these texts and e-mails by giving consent at sign up or downloading an app that contains coupons for various retailers or restaurants. One way advertisers deliver coupons through smart phones is by making them available through an app; these can be downloaded from an online app store for free or for a small fee based on how much space they take up on a smart phone. Other advertisers offer coupons by text message; however, this type of coupon delivery requires customer consent by asking people if they would like these texts before giving them access to these coupons, where they can then receive texts containing coupon codes for different businesses. This also requires cell phone users to opt in by signing up with certain companies online before being able to receive any discounts sent directly to their phones through text messaging. When creating mobile ads, marketers can take advantage of different technologies and services offered through wireless providers; these can help reach customers while also allowing marketers to get feedback from consumers about whether they liked certain ads or received them often enough to become annoyed with receiving them constantly; if this is the case, marketers can adjust future ads so they do not annoy customers too much by sending them too often and at inconvenient times of day when people do not want them because it distracts them from other activities they are doing at that time like driving while using their smart phone.
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Mobile Apps

Mobile apps are applications that can be downloaded and installed on a mobile device. It is a program that is run on a smartphone or tablet computer, and has access to most of the hardware and software capabilities of the device. For example, the accelerometer can be used to control video games, the compass to detect the direction of the device, and GPS to track location and maps.
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Mobile Devices

Mobile devices are electronic devices used to communicate. Mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops have many features that are similar to desktop or laptop computers. Some mobile devices can also be used to make telephone calls. Many mobile devices connect to the Internet and use the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network or other networks such as CDMA, 3G, 4G, LTE or WiFi.
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Mobile Payments

This is a practice of making payments by use of mobile phones, smartphones, or other electronic devices. A mobile payment system enables secure payments from anywhere at any time using a mobile device. The technology behind the transaction is usually provided by a third party, such as PayPal or Google Wallet. This type of payment system is not only convenient for consumers, but also for businesses. Some banks now offer this service to their customers, but the most common example is Apple Pay. Apple Pay is an example of how mobile payments are starting to transform how people pay for goods and services in the physical world. As an alternative to credit cards, it has enormous potential in many other parts of the world as well as in the developed economies.
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MOOC

MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course. It is a type of online course that can be taken by anyone. A MOOC generally has a large number of participants and it is usually open for anyone to register. It is 'massive' because it is open to the public, but 'open' because it is online. A MOOC is an example of the ever-growing trend towards online learning. People are turning to MOOCs because they can attend a lecture, from the comfort of their own home, without paying thousands of dollars for a traditional course. MOOCs are sometimes offered by educational institutions and at other times by companies that develop the platform for the course and offer certificates of completion for a fee. The MOOCs are developed in various platforms and supported by video, text, audio and interactive material. The target audience of a MOOC may be people who want to get ahead in their job or who are curious about something. Sometimes people participate in a MOOC just to learn about a new subject, such as information technology, or because they are required to take the course for their job.
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Motion Capture

Motion capture, also known as mocap, is a technology used in film, video games and other areas to track, analyze and record the movement of objects or people. Motion capture is used in filmmaking to create animated films, computer-generated imagery and for digital puppetry. It is also used in biomechanics and sports science research to analyze human and animal movement. In the field of biomechanics and sports science, motion capture is commonly used to record the movement of athletes or human subjects. By tracking the movement of markers attached to body segments such as hands, arms, legs and torso, a computer can record the position of those segments at any given time. This allows the performance of an athlete or subject to be precisely studied.
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Multi-level Marketing

Multi-level marketing (MLM) is a marketing strategy in which the sales force is compensated not only for sales they personally generate, but also for the sales of the other salespeople that they recruit. This recruited sales force is referred to as the participant's "downline", and can provide multiple levels of compensation. Other terms for MLM include pyramid selling, network marketing, and referral marketing.
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Museums and Historical Sites

Museums and historical sites are places where people can learn about a certain culture, history, or scientific field. They do this by collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and studying things from the past. Museums range from very small collections of art or historical items to large institutions with vast collections covering broad areas of human activity. Historical sites include archeological sites, historic buildings, historic battlefields, and other places of historical interest. The museum's mission is to educate people and the public on the collection in its care. The goal is to share knowledge and stimulate curiosity in the hopes of creating more understanding of the collection items and their meaning.
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Music

This refers to the lyrics of a song. For example, if you have a favorite song and you want to know what it's about, or you want to know the story behind a song, you can look up the lyrics. The lyrics can be found on many websites on the internet.
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Music Education

Music education is the teaching and learning of music. It covers all aspects of music, including performance, composition, literature, history, and technology. Traditionally, music education was the domain of the school system. It can also be provided by private music teachers or tutors. Some people are self-taught. The old joke that a person who plays a piano must have had lessons is not as true as it used to be; some people are capable of teaching themselves how to play using books and instructional videos on websites such as YouTube. There are many types of institutions that provide music education.
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Music Venues

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Nanotechnology

The prefix "nano" is a unit of measurement that indicates a billionth. So nanotechnology refers to the creation and use of technology at the atomic level. Nanotechnology is so small that it can only be seen with a microscope. The reason for doing this is to get better materials and make tiny machines.
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Navigation

A navigation is a process of changing from one screen to another, for example using buttons and links. Navigation can be in the form of an interactive map that guides the user through a website. An example of this would be a sitemap.
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Network Hardware

Network hardware is a term used to describe the physical hardware components that make up a computer network. Such devices allow computers to communicate with each other, and include network interface cards (NICs), routers, hubs, switches, modems, wireless access points, cable modems, DSL modems, firewalls, load balancers and network extenders.
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Network Security

Network security is a must-have for any organization, and the need is only growing with the increasing amount of devices that connect to networks. Your network is your lifeline, so you want to know what it's doing at all times. Network monitoring helps you get this insight.
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News

News is the information about events that are relevant to a particular person or organization. News media outlets publish news reports, articles relating current events, and. Often, news websites will provide an archive of news stories from the past.
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NFC

Near Field Communication, NFC, is a contactless technology that makes it possible to transfer data from one device to another by bringing them within 4 cm of each other. This technology has its roots in the contactless payment systems of the credit card industry. The difference is that an NFC system is based on radio frequency identification (RFID), which is more flexible than a simple two-point contact, because it allows a number of devices to communicate with each other at the same time. In other words, NFC can be used to share all kinds of data, such as text, pictures and audio.
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Nightclubs

Nightclubs are the most famous places for spending the night, dancing and having fun. You can find nightclubs in any city in the world. It is very easy to find a nightclub in the internet, just type in Google “Nightclubs in London” and you will get lots of results. Nightclubs have existed for a long time and they have changed throughout history. When disco music appeared at the end of the 1970s, clubs were flooded with people who wanted to hear this new music. Nightclubs nowadays are mainly dance clubs and they play different types of music, such as house, pop or hip-hop. Clubs can also offer special events for their customers, such as live performances by famous singers or DJs who play electronic music. Clubs have bars where you can buy different kinds of drinks. You can dance on the dance floor or in your seat if you want to sit down and listen to music. If you do not want to dance, there are sofas for you to sit on. The music is played through speakers or with a DJ.
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Nightlife

A nightlife is the life that happens in a city or town after dark. It may be composed of parties, pubs, bars, restaurants, theatres, concerts, and other forms of entertainment. Different parts of the world have different styles of nightlife. The nightlife in one city is much different from that in another city. For example, New York City has a different nightlife than does San Francisco. The term "nightlife" has become popular since the late 20th century. Some people believe that the phrase "nightlife" originated in the 1960s, when people used it to describe how active they were on a particular evening. The phrase is also used to describe the culture that revolves around a particular night spot or activity. For example, Times Square in New York City is well known for its active nightlife. In order to get the most out of your nightlife experience, you must know what kinds of activities are available to you. You can find out by reading entertainment magazines and by talking to people who live in your area. Not all cities have the same type of nightlife. One city may be known for its active bar scene while another may be known for its musical theater productions. In some cities, like New York City, people like to see plays and musicals at Broadway theaters on Friday and Saturday nights. New York City also has many restaurants that stay open until late at night. Many people visit these restaurants to have dinner with friends after work or school. Some restaurants stay open very late at night and have food available at all hours of the day and night. Many New Yorkers frequent these restaurants when they get off work late at night and want something to eat right away. Some of these restaurants even offer a take-out service so that people can take their food home with them after dinner. Another popular activity in New York City is clubbing, which involves dancing and socializing at clubs and bars until early in the morning. Many people enjoy going out clubbing on weekends because it gives them an opportunity to dance and socialize with their friends outside of school or work settings. They may also enjoy visiting the many dance clubs in New York City that stay open late at night. Most of these clubs play music by popular bands or DJs (a person who mixes songs together), so clubgoers can dance and sing along with their favorite songs all night long.
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Office Administration

Office administration is the professional, non-technical and day-to-day operation of an office environment, as opposed to management. The office administrator performs duties such as personnel management, purchasing, maintenance and security. An office administrator also works to ensure that employees adhere to a specific dress code and have professional conduct in the workplace. The office administrator must understand how each employee's role contributes to the success of the business as a whole. Office administrators are employed in various industries, including healthcare, education, government and business. The average office administrator salary is around $42,000 annually. However, this figure can vary depending on the type of employer and location. As an example, office administrators in Manhattan earn a mean salary of $54,000 per year. Office administrators with greater than 10 years of experience can earn as much as $66,000 annually.
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Online Portals

A web portal is a website that serves as an entry point to a large collection of resources, usually arranged by category. Such a portal provides an overview of information, typically presented in tabular form. Users can search and browse through portals and their offerings. Many web portals are organized around content and topics, such as business news, weather, sports scores, etc. Portals can also be made up of searchable databases of users' information.
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Open Source

An open-source software application is one that its source code is freely available and has a license in which users are given the rights to modify, compile, distribute, copy, and/or redistribute the source code of that application for any purpose. Open-source software is most often developed in a public, collaborative manner. The availability of open-source software has had a significant impact on the spread of computers and computer networks, leading to a more widespread and rapid adoption of Internet technologies. Many popular computer programs have been made available in open-source versions. Examples include Mozilla Firefox, OpenOffice.org and Blender.
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Optical Communication

In the present world, more and more data are generated. In order to transmit this huge amount of data to the destination, it is essential to have a secure and high-speed communication channel. Optical fiber is the backbone of the present day telecommunication industry. It can be used for voice, video, data transmission. There are two types of optical communication systems: one is based on the transmission of individual pulses of light through an optical fiber; the other is based on the transmission of multiplexed data streams through the optical fiber. In order to multiplex several data streams in a single optical fiber, several techniques are employed such as time division multiplexing (TDM), wavelength division multiplexing (WDM), code division multiplexing (CDM), space division multiplexing (SDM) and polarization division multiplexing (PDM).
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Organic Food

Organic food is produced using methods that comply with the standards of organic farming. Standards vary worldwide, but organic farming in general features practices that strive to cycle resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Organizations regulating organic products may restrict the use of certain pesticides and fertilizers in farming. In general, organic foods are also usually not processed using irradiation, industrial solvents or synthetic food additives. There are many products that are labeled as organic that are not in accordance with the legal definition.
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Outdoor Advertising

Outdoor advertising is any form of advertising that can be viewed from the outdoors. Out of home advertising was primarily used to promote the sales of newspapers, but now it can be used for a wide range of purposes and audience. It is more noticeable than other forms of advertising because it's out in the open and can be captured by passers-by without much effort. One example of this would be a billboard. Other forms include bus stop benches, ads on public transport, airport/train station takeovers, street furniture (such as bus shelters, trash cans and phone booths), along with mobile media and digital billboards.
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Outdoors

Hiking is a form of low-impact exercise, taking place in natural environments. It is an activity in which the individual, usually a person or a group of people travel on foot on trails. Hiking is also often called bushwhacking, rambling, or tramping. Hiking can be done for recreation, physical exercise, or as a way to see scenery. Hiking for pleasure may focus on enjoying the outdoors while hiking for physical exercise focuses on health benefits and physical condition. In the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, the walking is sometimes left out of the activity and people refer to it as hiking when they are referring to hiking for pleasure or hiking to keep fit. In some countries, hiking refers to both walking and scrambling while in others hiking is used only for walking. As well as walking, it may also include: Hiking can be enjoyed in all seasons, though hiking and trekking tend to be more popular during spring and summer, while mountaineering and hillwalking are more popular during autumn and winter. Many places offer hiking trails for many different abilities and levels of difficulty.
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Outsourcing

A company may outsource any task that is not core to its business, or that it does not want to do. Examples of such tasks include information technology services, human resources, payroll, or bookkeeping. Outsourcing can provide benefits such as lower costs, better quality, access to specialized skills or expertise, and a different company culture.
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PaaS

The term PaaS stands for Platform as a Service. PaaS is a cloud computing platform that offers applications and data hosting. In other words, you don't have to worry about servers or storage when using PaaS. With the platform you get access to applications such as databases, email and office tools. PaaS is popular among developers and companies that want to create their own software solutions. For example, PaaS offers applications like a chat application, for example. By using PaaS, you can focus on creating your own customised software. You can also use the platform to host your data in the cloud. A PaaS solution is often offered by big cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure. The solution itself is typically paid for by usage.
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Packaging Services

Packaging is the process of preparing goods for shipment or storage. Packaging also refers to the process of producing such goods. Packaging can be described as a coordinated system of preparing goods for transport, warehousing, logistics, sale, and end use. Packaging contains, protects, preserves, transports, informs, and sells.
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Paper Manufacturing

Paper manufacturing is the process of converting pulp, a thin mat of fibres, into a flat paper product. After the pulp is processed and converted to a mat of fibres, paper is made by pressing the mat of fibres between two heated, smooth metal plates. This process is called wet pressing. The metal plates are engraved with a pattern, often lines or circles. The fibres that are in contact with the plates are cut and die into the patterns on the plates. The fibres that are not in contact with the plates become airborne and are scraped off the surface of the plates by a doctor blade or doctor knife. In modern paper mills, air pollution control equipment (scrubbers) are used to clean the waste gases coming from chemical pulping processes. These mechanical processes have been largely replaced by modern chemical pulping processes (white water and black water treatments).
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Parking

Parking is a general term used in urban design for an area outside a city center where people can park their cars and often find other services. Parking lots are usually car parks that are used for short- or long-term parking of vehicles. Car parks are usually arranged in rows and columns so that the cars can be parked close to each other, saving space. In addition, parking lots generally have an entrance lane for the drivers to enter and exit conveniently. Many people will also call areas with parallel parking spaces, even without the above mentioned amenities, as parking lots.
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Parks

Parks is a general-purpose template for describing a business process in a standard format. The following description is a simplified example of the use of the Parks template.
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Payments

Payments is the act of making a payment or being paid. It also includes the process by which money is transferred from one person to another, such as a business to a customer or vice versa.
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Penetration Testing

Penetration testing is the use of the same techniques that a hacker would use to attack your computer system or network. It is used to find vulnerabilities and security risks in a target network or system.
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Performing Arts

The performing arts include dance, drama, opera, musical theatre, comedy, and live art, as well as magic, circus, mime, pantomime, folk art, and story-telling. The performing arts are diverse; they include not only film and television but also many other fields such as ice-skating and horse racing. In its most general form, the activities describing the performing arts may also be used to describe the creation of works of art in general. Performing arts is often divided into categories such as performing arts, visual arts, crafts and folk art which are branches of the visual arts.
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Personal Branding

Personal branding is the process of managing and promoting your professional identity. You can compare it to an image on the packaging of a product. Just like a consumer may choose a product based on its package, so will a business associate or employer choose you for your package. Your package is your resume, your work samples, your contact details, your personal website, social media profiles and any other communication means that you use to communicate with people. A clear brand identity will help people to recognize you and increase the probability that they will contact you when they need someone with your competences.
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Personal Development

Personal development is the process of improving the personal skills and knowledge needed to perform well in your job. A lot of people confuse personal development with self-improvement, which means working on your weaknesses. Self-improvement is about removing the limitations in your life, while personal development is about developing your skills and adding value to your current job. For example, if you're not good at public speaking, you can take a course to learn how to do it better. This is an example of self-improvement. On the other hand, if you're good at public speaking but want to become even better, you can take a course on persuasion and influence. In this case, it's personal development. Personal development activities help you get the most out of your job and increase your chances of promotion. That's why it's important to plan for it like you would plan for any other activity. Here are some tips: Find out what is required in your current position. First find out what's required for you to do your job well. To get an overview of the requirements, think about what others have said about your performance, look at your appraisal or talk to your manager. Then find out what the organization's values are and how they want employees to behave and interact with each other. Finally, think about what qualities are needed for the next step in your career. For example, if you want to become a project manager, develop leadership skills. In addition to requirements, also look at any opportunities for personal development that are available in your organization or that may be coming up soon. Make sure you have enough time to develop yourself before taking on new responsibilities. List all activities that fit with both your needs and the opportunities available. Then make a list of activities that will help you get where you want to go in your career. You may want to write down what you can get out of these activities (such as developing a certain skill) and how long it will take before you see results (for example, 'I will be able to start my own team after 2 years'). Also include things that will help you build relationships with other people who are important for your career (for example, 'I will attend networking events once a month'). Don't forget to include activities that will improve all aspects of your performance (for example, 'I will develop my leadership skills by volunteering once a month').
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Personal Finance

Personal finance is a term used to describe the management of an individual's financial resources. It is also commonly referred to as personal money management. It can be related to an individual or a family, and the activities being managed may include the acquisition of assets, savings, investments, taxation, insurance, retirement planning, and real estate.
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Photo Editing

There are several photo editing programs. However, Adobe Photoshop is one of the most used. With it, you can edit photos to be different from their original form. In addition, you can create new things with your own design. If you want to create a personal photo, you need to use your imagination.
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Photo Sharing

A photo sharing website is a social media platform where users can upload, comment, like and share their photos. Photos can be shared privately or publicly. Photos can be accessed from any device using an internet connection.
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Photography

When you have been taking photographs for a while, you get a feel for what you like and what you don't like. But just because something looks good to you doesn't mean it will look good to others. This is why photography has so many technical aspects. Every little detail has to be perfect for the photograph to be successful. Many things have to be considered before pressing the shutter button. You need to take care of things like the camera angle, the lighting, the framing, the focus, the background, and much more. In a sense, you need to become a perfectionist if you want to take successful photographs.
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Physical Security

Physical security involves the design and management of a facility to protect people and property from theft, vandalism, natural disasters, accidents, fire, intrusion, and similar threats. This area of security concentrates on physical measures taken to protect people and resources. Security measures include:
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Plastics and Rubber Manufacturing

The plastics and rubber manufacturing industry is responsible for the production of plastic and rubber products that are sold to end users. Plastic products include bags, buckets, hoses, tubing, bottles, coatings, and sheeting. Rubber products include tires, conveyor belts, hoses, shoe soles, medical devices, elastomers, and weather stripping. These industries both produce materials used in a wide variety of consumer goods. The plastic and rubber manufacturing industry produces materials that are primarily used in consumer products.
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Podcast

A podcast is a series of digital media files which a user can download and listen to. Podcasts are similar to radio shows, but can be downloaded on demand through web syndication or streamed online.
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Pollution Control

Pollution control is the control of emissions and effluents into the environment. The focus is on reduction of adverse impact in the atmosphere, water and soil. Environmental pollution control covers a wide range of concerns, including Prevention, control and treatment of releases into the environment. Prevention of pollution, for example by regulation. Reduction of risks from environmental pollution by design or use of cleaner technologies. Ex post measures for dealing with spills or accidental releases, such as oil spills or chemical accidents. Removal of pollutants at source or along their path. Post-release clean-up and restoration. A system for pollution control will contain several key elements:
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Ports and Harbors

Ports and harbors are essential parts of a city's infrastructure. They serve the vital function of connecting a city to the outside world. They enable transportation and communication between the city and other cities, countries, or continents. Ports and harbors have also been used in wartime to keep enemy ships out.
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Prediction Markets

A prediction market is a broad class of financial instruments that allows participants to trade the outcome of events. Prediction markets are often proposed as information aggregation mechanisms for decisions under uncertainty. They have been used for information aggregation in business, and increasingly in politics, education, science, and in many other areas. Prediction markets generally work by allowing traders to buy and sell contracts based on the outcome of some future event. These contracts pay out according to the agreed-upon event. Because they trade in outcomes rather than in probability, prediction markets can provide more timely information than polls about what is likely to happen in the future.
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Presentation Software

Presentation software, also known as slide show software, is a category of presentation and slideshow software that allows users to create, edit, view and present slideshows using a specialised slide show viewer.
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Presentations

Presentations is the way of communicating your idea, which is also a vital part of the marketing strategy. Presentations are used to communicate information and ideas to groups of people and an effective presentation will leave the audience with a clear understanding of the subject matter. According to an article on XpertHR, the following three qualities are crucial for creating a good presentation:
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Primary Education

"Primary education is the first stage of formal education, which normally begins after the age of five or six, and lasts seven to eleven years, leading to the 'National Primary School Leaving Examination' at the age of eleven or twelve. The next stage of formal education is usually secondary education."
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Printing

The printing process is a continuous flow of documents and forms. In fact, you can print out practically anything on a printer. At the same time, however, there are restrictions for what you can and cannot print. When it comes to printers, different countries have different rules. The rules are usually in place to protect copyrights and patents.
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Privacy

There are several laws regarding privacy that everyone should know. The main laws are: the Federal Privacy Act of 1974, the Freedom of Information Act of 1966, the Privacy Act of 1974, the Privacy Protection Act of 1980, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), and the Video Privacy Protection Act of 1988. The federal privacy act states that employers cannot discriminate against employees because of their age, race, religion, sex, national origin, or disability. This means that an employer cannot ask any personal questions to employees. The freedom of information act says that citizens can ask for all public records in government offices and receive them. Also, any citizen can request information from a federal agency. However, a citizen must request the information in writing and will be charged a fee for getting it. The privacy act states that employers cannot ask any personal questions to employees. They cannot ask about marital status, sex life, birth control methods, and anything else that can identify someone personally. However, they can ask for some identification to make sure the person they hire is who they say they are. Employers can also ask if a person has ever been convicted of a crime or has had problems with drugs. The reason employers have to ask these questions is to keep workers safe and legal in the workplace. An employer must give you written notice when they want to conduct a drug test. However, an employer cannot refuse to hire you just because you refuse to take a drug test. Employers also cannot fire you just because you take a drug test and it comes back positive. They can only fire you if you are found using drugs at work or at a company function. This is why employers need to get permission from workers before they conduct drug tests. The privacy protection act says that when citizens send personal information over the internet or phone lines that company must not share this information with other people unless it is necessary for communication purposes. Also, employers can keep records about their employees because it is necessary for communication purposes. An employer must keep private medical records on an employee because this will help in making accommodations for people with disabilities in the workplace. HIPAA means that doctors can only release medical information to someone if they have permission from the patient. Patients can give permission for others to see their medical records by giving them a copy of their health insurance card with all numbers covered up and having it signed by them giving permission to release medical information about them to other people in writing as well as having a witness sign it who has known them for more than 6 months and has seen them sign it while not under duress. Employers are not allowed to tape record phone calls unless both people consent by recording their own part in the conversation at the same time as being recorded by someone else on the phone line as well as being recorded by someone else at both ends by listening into the phone call live as it happens as well as recording all conversations by taping all conversations on an answering machine connected directly into an extension of that phone line being recorded as well as taping any conversations on record at both ends on an answering machine connected directly into an extension of that phone line which also records all incoming calls live so that every call made on either end of either phone line is recorded directly onto a tape so no one can erase anything without everyone hearing everything everyone else says all day long forever. This law makes it illegal for anyone who records phone calls made through any medium such as voice over internet protocol which routes calls through cables connecting computer servers around the world directly into each other making each server at each end a direct extension of every other server at every other end creating an unlimited looping network similar to a call going around in circles forever like a spider web so there is no beginning or end just an endless loop going around and around forever so nothing anyone says on any call anywhere anywhere in the world ever goes away or gets erased ever from anywhere forever until eternity lasts forever without ever stopping just like infinity going on forever never ending without any beginning or end without beginning or end or even middle just eternal eternal ever lasting life everlasting life everlasting death everlasting life eternal death everlasting pain eternal pain eternal pain eternal misery eternal misery eternal agony eternal agony eternal suffering endless suffering endless pain endless misery infinite agony infinite suffering infinite misery infinite pain infinite suffering infinite misery infinite pain infinite misery infinite agony infinite pain without beginning or end ever lasting ever lasting forever never ending eternally without ending without beginning endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly endlessly eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally eternally ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever
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Private Cloud

Cloud computing is a type of computing in which all your information and data are stored on a remote server. You access your data using the Internet. A private cloud is a cloud that is only accessible by an organization or company. A public cloud is a cloud that can be accessed by anyone. Both kinds of clouds have pros and cons. To illustrate this, let's look at the example of your email inbox. Your emails are stored on your local computer, on your email provider's server or somewhere in between. Your private cloud can be seen as your own hard drive, where you store all your information. Your public cloud would be an online email service like Gmail or Yahoo Mail. The advantage of using a public cloud is that you can access your emails from anywhere, and don't have to worry about losing your emails when you change your computer or delete them by accident. However, you're also sharing your information with a third party, which means they can look at it if they want to. The advantage of a private cloud is that only you have access to it. The disadvantage is that you don't have as much flexibility with storage and access as with a public cloud. So what's the best option? It depends on what you want to use the cloud for and how much flexibility you need.
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Private Social Networking

Private Social Networking is a website or social networking service that is restricted to a limited group of people, such as friends, family, or co-workers. For example, some websites let users create their own profile pages and upload pictures and videos of themselves, while other websites restrict users to communicating only with people they have a pre-existing relationship with.
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Procurement

Procurement refers to the process of finding, buying, and supplying products, services, and information technology (IT) solutions. In many companies, procurement is a key function. A procurement department is in charge of acquiring products or services that an organization needs. That could be office supplies, computers, medical equipment, or even insurance. This is also called buying or purchasing. Procurement professionals help companies acquire products and services from suppliers at the best possible price and quality. The process of procuring goods and services involves planning, analysis, decision making, negotiation, and the creation of contractual documents such as purchase orders. The purchase order is a document that specifies the details of a specific procurement: what the supplier will deliver to the buyer, how much it will cost, when it must be delivered, and how it will be paid for. In many organizations, these steps are governed by policies and procedures in purchasing regulations. In some cases there may be legal requirements. For example, public companies in the United States must adhere to guidelines established by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). In addition to these general regulations governing procurement activities across the entire organization, each department may have its own policies and procedures for how procurement should be carried out. One reason organizations develop policies and procedures for procurement is to increase the likelihood that a procurement will have a positive outcome. If individuals in the organization know what is expected of them when they conduct a procurement (for example, when they issue a purchase order), then they are more likely to follow the process correctly. If they know what information they need to request from a supplier when they are making an offer on their product or service (the offer-to-buy agreement), then they are more likely to gather this information before they issue the purchase order. The other reason organizations develop policies and procedures for procurement is to ensure that everyone within the organization adheres to the same standards when conducting procurements. This reduces confusion among employees about what is expected of them when they conduct procurements and ensures that everyone receives consistent support when they need it during the procurement process. It also helps eliminate inconsistent practices that could result in poor decisions and unsuccessful procurements. For example, if different departments within an organization purchase goods or services from different suppliers without comparing prices with each other, then one department may end up paying significantly more than another department for similar goods or services.
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Product Design

Product Design is the design of a product; especially electronic product and industrial product. The key responsibility of a product designer is to create a design that is both cost-effective and user-friendly. In this context, user-friendly means that the product should be easy to use and free of any confusing features.
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Product Management

Product Management refers to the process of developing a product, from concept to launch, which is all about understanding the market, understanding the customer and using that information to design and build a product. It involves assessing customer needs, defining the requirements of the product, planning how the product will be produced and marketed, and following up on how well the product is doing in the market. The Product Manager is the person responsible for this process. •Identify unmet market needs or market growth opportunities •Understand the customers needs •Identify customer needs through surveys, interviews and focus groups •Translate customer needs into tangible features •Prioritize the features to ensure that only essential features are included in the final product •Define what type of product to build – physical or digital product •Analyze competitors’ products in order to identify features that differentiate their products from others’ products in the market •Define how you plan to sell your product – distribution channels (online or offline) and sales force required •Assess if your production and delivery process is adequate to meet customer demand for your product •Design a product that meets a need and appeals to your target audience •Evaluate if there are enough resources (people, time, money) available to develop your product •Test the viability of your ideas before fully committing to them
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Product Research

Product Research Product research is the process of collecting and analyzing information about a product before the product is produced or released. The objective of product research is to study the target market, the existing products in the market, and their performance. It also provides insights into the various aspects of a product and informs future decisions. Existing products in the market provide information about how consumers perceive similar products. An analysis of consumer reviews, suggestions, and comments helps to understand what consumers like and dislike about a product. These are valuable insights that can be used to improve a product before it is released into the market. Data related to sales, reviews, and other performance indicators also provide valuable insights into how well a product is received by consumers. These insights can be used to inform future decisions about product features and design.
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Product Search

Google product search allows users to easily find products across all Google platforms. For example, if you're shopping for a specific model of car, you can search Google for "Mercedes S-Class" and a number of other results will appear. Some will be links to specific car models, while others will be links to a variety of Mercedes Benz related websites and other relevant websites that contain information about the S-Class car. There are several ways to use the Google product search engine.
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Productivity Tools

The purpose of this course is to teach students how to use tools that improve productivity. There are many tools in the internet that can improve the efficiency of students and teachers. These include apps and other tools, which are not covered in the course but are nevertheless extremely useful. Examples of such tools are email apps such as Outlook and Thunderbird, office suites such as OpenOffice, Evernote, iA Writer, Google Docs, Notability, Simplenote, PlainText, TextEdit and Microsoft Word, social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, document editors such as OpenOffice and Microsoft Word, online storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive, video conferencing platforms such as Skype and Zoom. The purpose of this course is to teach students how to use tools that improve productivity. There are many tools in the internet that can improve the efficiency of students and teachers. These include apps and other tools, which are not covered in the course but are nevertheless extremely useful. Examples of such tools are email apps such as Outlook and Thunderbird, office suites such as OpenOffice, Evernote, iA Writer, Google Docs, Notability, Simplenote, PlainText, TextEdit and Microsoft Word, social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, document editors such as OpenOffice and Microsoft Word, online storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive, video conferencing platforms such as Skype and Zoom.
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Professional Networking

Professional networking is the act of developing your own personal network of people with common interests. This is an activity that is usually performed by employees of an organization. Professional networking is sometimes also referred to as business networking or business contacts.
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Professional Services

Professional Services are services rendered by individuals or firms to clients for a fee. Services may be used to obtain and fulfill a contract (professional services) or to satisfy a customer need that does not necessarily lead to a formal contract (business services).
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Project Management

A project manager manages and controls the process of a project from start to finish. It is an organizational role that manages all the resources needed to deliver a project. The project manager is accountable for all aspects of the project from planning, budgeting, implementing, controlling and closing. A project manager helps to define the end goals of a project, how to get there, how much it will cost and how long it will take. A project manager must have a very good understanding of both business and technical issues in order to lead a team successfully through each stage of the project.
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Property Development

Property development is the process of buying land and transforming it into a building. Some might say it's an art, but we say it's an investment opportunity. At Property Development Solutions, we want to give you a leg up on the competition by helping you discover a plethora of real estate opportunities. We believe in always being open and honest with our clients and potential clients. By investing in property development, you can gain significant returns on your investment, but you also open yourself up to risk. One of the most important things that we do at Property Development Solutions is analyze market trends and assess risk levels for property development opportunities. This means that we can minimize the chances of you making a costly mistake by making the wrong investment. It's our mission to give every client a leg up on the competition when it comes to property development. If you're interested in learning more about how Property Development Solutions can help you get ahead in this business, feel free to give us a call today.
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Property Insurance

The insured person is the one who has the right to claim payment from the insurance company, if a loss occurs. A loss may be caused by damage or destruction of a building, machinery, equipment, stock or other property belonging to the insured person. The damage may also be caused by a person who is legally responsible for the insured person. Any person or business who owns property and wants to protect against possible damage can take out an insurance policy to cover his or her property. This is also known as Property Insurance. It is a contract between an insurance company and the insured person in which the insurance company agrees to compensate the insured person for a loss, or damage to his or her property. An insurer agrees to pay money to repair or replace damaged property or compensate for lost profits.
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Property Management

Property management is a term that describes the process of managing and maintaining properties and their respective tenants. In the rental industry, property management is a broad term that describes both real estate property management and rental property management. It typically includes finding new tenants for the property, tenant screening, collecting rent payments, finding replacement tenants when necessary, managing the property while it is vacant, and other administrative duties. In commercial real estate, property management also involves accounting, marketing, sales, construction, maintenance, and asset protection.
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Public Relations

Public Relations is the practice of managing the spread of information between an individual or an organization (such as a business, government agency, or a nonprofit organization) and the public. Public relations may include an organization or individual gaining exposure to their audiences using topics of public interest and news items that do not require direct payment for exposure.
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Public Transportation

Public transportation or public transit is a shared passenger transportation service which is available for use by the general public, as distinct from modes such as taxicab, carpooling or hired buses which are not shared by strangers without private arrangement. While many transit systems do operate some bus lines, mass transit usually refers to systems operated by government entities or by agencies operating government-owned vehicles. Bus, trolleybus, tram, train and waterbus are all examples of public transportation. Public transport modes such as buses, trams (also called streetcars or trolleys) and rapid transit (metro/subway/underground) are considered "on-demand" transit since passengers board and leave the vehicles when they want rather than when a vehicle happens to arrive. Bus services may be "demand responsive" in that they only operate when the service is required and have few or no fixed routes. A typical bus system operates along a schedule with set departure and arrival times.
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Publishing

The term publishing is used to describe the process of making information available in a public forum. Publishing refers to the dissemination of information, either free or for a price, to a third party or parties. The activity is referred to as "publishing", because it originally involved making printed copies of information available for purchase by the public. In modern times, the term also refers to any content that is publicly shared or available, such as writing published on the Internet, in an online publication, or a podcast.
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Q&A

I am planning a trip to Europe. I have been thinking about buying an airplane ticket. Can you help me with some questions? "If I fly from London to Munich, how long will it take?" "Do I need a visa to enter the UK?" "Can I go on a city tour in Berlin if I only have 2 days?"
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QR Codes

QR codes are barcodes that contain information to be read by a QR code reader. These codes can be used for a variety of purposes, including storage of contact information, opening a website or even sending an SMS text message.
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Quality Assurance

QA is a set of procedures and processes designed to ensure that a product or service is fit for its purpose. The goal of QA is to identify defects in a product before it is released.
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Quantum Computing

Quantum computing is a very new and largely unexplored area of computer science. It refers to computing with quantum-mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement. A quantum computer is different from a traditional digital computer in that it uses quantum-mechanical phenomena to perform operations on data. Quantum computers are different from conventional computers in that they use "quantum bits" (qubits) which can be in a superposition of states. Quantum computers, in theory, are capable of solving certain problems much faster than any classical (non-quantum) computer. This is because such problems become exponentially difficult as they grow larger. For example, if one had an ordinary computer of a particular size and asked it to perform the task of searching for a specific sequence of numbers within a huge list, it would take ages to do so. With a quantum computer, one could ask it to do the same task by simply taking all the numbers in the list and asking the computer to find that particular sequence of numbers (called a quantum search). Quantum computers were first theorized by Paul Benioff in 1980 and were developed in 1994 by Lov Grover. The first working quantum computer was built by a collaboration led by Oxford University's David Wineland and Google in 2013. Qubits are so named because they act as "quanta" of information, in the sense that one quantum bit can hold a single unit of information, while traditional digital bits hold only 0 or 1. This means that quantum computers can quickly search through huge amounts of data by testing all possibilities simultaneously, whereas conventional computers test one possibility at a time. This enables large-scale parallel processing by many qubits. However, there are still many technical challenges that need to be overcome before quantum computers can be built large enough for commercial use. These challenges include making qubits that are more reliable and easier to program, as well as controlling or removing quantum decoherence (the creation of errors due to interactions with the physical environment).
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Racing

Racing is a series of races between two (or more) teams, each with several participants. These participants race over an obstacle course or a closed track. The competition takes place in several stages. The goal is to win as many stages as possible. Team size: There are 4 or 5 people on a team. Participants: You can participate in one of the following disciplines: sprint, middle distance, long distance, marathon and relay. Sprint: up to 1000m, on average 300m per lap Middle distance: 1000m-3000m, on average 300m per lap Long distance: 3000m-5000m, on average 500m per lap Marathon: over 5000m, on average 750m per lap Relay: each team member runs one lap (with some variations) The Racing team competition has a number of rules to which all participants must adhere. These rules ensure that the competition is fair and safe for all participants. The rules of Racing are constantly being developed and improved by the International Federation of Racing.
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Railroad

Railroad is a transportation network that is on rails. Railroads can be found in most countries of the world. They're mostly used for transporting freight. People also use railroads to travel from one place to another.
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Reading Apps

There are various apps which are available to read different e-books on mobile phones. These apps are present in both Apple and Android App Store. The most famous apps are Amazon Kindle, Google Play Books, Apple Books and Barnes & Noble Nook.
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Real Estate

Real estate is an all-encompassing term used to describe a specific type of investment. The term real estate encompasses both land and property, including anything from houses to rental apartments. The most common type of real estate is a home. In this context, it means a residential property that can be used as a primary residence or as an investment property. For the sake of simplicity, we will focus on residential properties. Residential properties are any type of property where a person lives. There are also other types of residential properties, such as apartments and townhouses.
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Real Estate Investment

In finance, real estate investment is any project that has a property as its underlying asset. These properties are then used by a business to generate revenue, income, or appreciation. Real estate investors include companies, individuals, partnerships, trusts, and estates. A real estate investor may be looking for appreciation in the value of the underlying property, or may be looking for income generated by rental payments or leases. Real estate investment can be contrasted with investing in stock markets or other financial instruments.
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Recreation

Recreation is any leisure activity that you do in your free time. Leisure is the time when you're not working, studying or sleeping. In the last century, leisure activities have expanded immensely. Today, people spend their leisure time playing video games, surfing the internet, going to museums and concerts and doing sports. All of these activities are recreation. The word recreation was derived from the Latin word recreatio. Recre means 'to create again' and re-creatio means 'creation'. So for example if you're visiting a museum, it's recreation because you are doing something in your free time that isn't work or school. If you are playing a video game, it's recreation because you are using your free time to do something that isn't work or school. Recreation is important because it can make us feel good. The less stressful things in life we have, the more happiness we will feel. Recreation also has benefits for our mental health and physical health. For example, there are a lot of positive benefits from doing sports, such as increasing cardiovascular health and decreasing the risk of diseases like diabetes and cancer. It can also reduce stress and help us relax.
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Recreational Vehicles

Recreational vehicles (RVs) are motor vehicles that can be used for recreational purposes, such as camping or vacationing. They are also known as caravans, campervans, motorhomes, and travel trailers or RVs.
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Recruiting

Recruiting is the process of finding, attracting and selecting candidates for jobs within an organization. The process includes job analysis, job description, resume screening, interview, and selection. In order to recruit successfully, a company needs to find a proper channel for recruitment. Social media is one of those channels that you can use. Using social media in the recruiting process can help you identify a larger pool of potential candidates and find the right candidates. With the right technology and processes in place, social media can be a very powerful tool in your recruiting toolbox.
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Recycling

Recycling is the process of converting used materials into new products, thus conserving resources and minimizing the environmental impact of industry. Recycling can be the conversion of waste materials into new materials to create a product that can be used for its original purpose. This is known as "closed loop" recycling. Recycling can also mean the breaking down of waste products into components, or raw materials, which can then be used to make new products. This is known as "open loop" recycling. In both cases, recycling reduces the consumption of fresh raw materials, which otherwise would be necessary for manufacturing new products.
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Rental

Renting a property is not the same as buying a property. With renting, you pay a certain amount of money each month, and you have to give the property back at the end of the lease. The owner of the property will usually be responsible for repairs and maintenance, but you will have to pay the rent in advance. This means that if something breaks, you might have to wait until the owner can make it in for repairs. When you buy a property, you own it for as long as you pay the mortgage payments. In this case, the owner of the property is responsible for repairs and maintenance. Also, if you own a property, you can move in any time without notice. There are several different types of renting:
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Rental Property

If you are planning to buy a rental property for investment purposes, you need to do your research before you make the decision. Renting a property is a good way to earn extra income and have tenants help pay for your mortgage. The amount of rent you can charge depends on location, amenities, market value and your own negotiating skills. How to do it: Create a list of all the costs associated with renting out your property. This includes things like furniture, appliances, insurance, taxes and other expenses. Calculate how much money you will make from renting out the property. Divide the monthly rent by 12 to get the monthly income. Multiply this number by the total number of months you will be renting out the property. This gives you an estimate of how much money you will make from this investment property. Have a real estate agent help you evaluate the condition of the property and how much it might cost to repair any damage or remodel it. Ask about local zoning regulations and neighborhood restrictions that might affect your ability to rent out the property. Determine if it is possible to obtain a permit for short-term rentals in your area. Decide how long you plan to rent out the property. The longer you plan to keep it, the more money you can potentially make from it. Depending on where you live, there may be state or local income taxes that affect your rental income. The amount of income tax you pay depends on how much money you make from renting out your property each year. You can deduct rental losses against other types of income such as your salary or investments when figuring your taxable income for tax purposes.
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Reputation

The term Reputation has different meanings. It can be used to describe a favorable public perception of a person, company, brand, or object. It can also be used to describe someone's good standing in the community, or the general opinion that people have of someone or something. In terms of marketing, it is a measurement of an individual's standing with their customers.
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Reservations

Reservations are the main means of staying in touch with a company's customers. By adding new customers to the CRM system, you can manage your relationship with them in a better way.
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Residential

The residential sector focuses on the buying and selling of properties used as homes or for non-professional purposes. The residential real estate sector is comprised of single-family homes, apartments, condominiums, planned unit developments, and more.
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Resorts

A resort is a place used for vacations, recreation, or tourism. It's generally a place where one can rest and relax. For example: - This resort has lots of facilities to help you enjoy your holiday in this paradise island.
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Restaurants

Restaurant is a place where you can get food. The place is usually visited by people on a regular basis, although it may not be as regular as visiting your grocery store. If you want to eat in a restaurant, you usually have to make a reservation or order the food at the counter.
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Retail Technology

A retail store's technology is crucial to its overall success. From cash registers to mobile payment, here are some of the most important types of retail technology.
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RFID

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that uses radio waves to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. Some tags can be read from several meters away. RFID is often used in logistics for tracking containers, cargo, animals, or people. It is also used in tracking people and vehicle traffic, in security systems, and in business transactions. For example, a company can place an RFID tag on the cases of products when they arrive at a distribution center. As the cases move through the distribution center, a handheld device can scan the cases and automatically identify the case's contents. As the case is moved to different departments, it can be scanned to identify its contents and then routed accordingly. At the end of the day, the inventory can be updated with information on which products were shipped to which customers.
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Ride Sharing

Car-sharing or carpooling is a transportation concept where individuals rent cars for short periods of time, and share the ride and cost with other passengers. Car sharing services can be used to form carpools or to provide temporary short-term transportation.
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RISC

RISC stands for Reduced Instruction Set Computer. A Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) is a computer whose design philosophy emphasizes the use of simple instructions and (fewer) registers, as opposed to complex instructions and many registers (see CISC). RISC is an alternative to CISC. In the past, RISC designs were often used in microcontrollers for embedded systems and in older general-purpose microprocessors such as the VAX 11/780 and the PowerPC 601. Today, RISC architectures are also widely used in microprocessors that power personal computers and other workstations, and also for implementing system control processors on embedded systems and microcontrollers.
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Risk Management

Risk management is a process to identify, assess, and respond to risks in order to protect organizations from harm. In simple terms, risk management is about identifying and managing things that could cause a problem. A "risk" is a potential problem or threat to your company. There are several different types of risk, such as business risk, operational risk, and strategic risk. You can also have risks that are related to people or resources. For example, you could be at risk of losing an important employee. All risks are different, so it's important to know what the specific risks are for your organization. For example, you may be at risk of not meeting your production targets because of problems with raw materials. The main goal of risk management is to reduce the likelihood and impact of risks.
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Robotics

In robotics, a robot is a machine that is capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically, especially one programmable by a computer. Robots can be used to perform tasks that are dangerous, repetitive, or difficult for humans to do. Robots can be autonomous or semi-autonomous and range from humanoids such as Honda's Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility (ASIMO) and TOSY's TOSY Ping Pong Playing Robot (TOPIO) to industrial robots, medical operating robots, patient assist robots, dog therapy robots, collectively programmed swarm robots, UAV drones such as General Atomics MQ-1 Predator, and even microscopic nano robots. By mimicking a lifelike appearance or automating movements, a robot may convey a sense of intelligence or thought of its own. These are now known as emotive robotics. Many different fields of robotics are developing rapidly and largely overlapping. They include military applications (such as unmanned weapons), logistics (for example automated guided vehicles), home automation (such as robotic vacuum cleaners and lawn mowers), healthcare (such as robotic surgery), agriculture (such as robotic milking machines), educational robots, and even space exploration. Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio is a set of tools and technologies used to create software applications for Microsoft Windows and other operating systems. RDS contains many libraries and templates that make it easy to create robotics applications with visual programming languages such as Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Microsoft Visual Basic .NET. A number of these tools have been extended for various aspects of robotics, including motion planning algorithms, manipulation algorithms, autonomous navigation algorithms, communications protocols, and other elements of mobile robotics software systems. Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio provides the following features:
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SaaS

SaaS stands for Software as a Service. The term SaaS describes a software-delivery model in which the software is hosted on the provider's servers, and made accessible to customers via the Internet. In a SaaS model, the provider hosts and operates the software in the cloud. The term "cloud" means that the software can be accessed via an Internet browser. SaaS software is typically used by individuals or organizations that do not need all of the IT capabilities of an on-premises solution. It is also used when an organization does not want to manage and maintain its own infrastructure.
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Sales

Sales is the activity of selling products or services. It is also the process by which a business uses its resources to make sales. The word "sales" is derived from the Latin word "salire", which means "to jump or leap". In the mid-1400s, the word was used to describe the act of jumping and in the late 1600s it started to mean "a charge, tax or other levy". Then, in 1754, a specific sales meaning was used in bookkeeping as a side note indicating that an item had been sold and had to be removed from an account. In today's usage, the term has evolved beyond the simple meaning of a sale of goods or services.
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Sales Automation

Sales automation software streamlines sales and marketing processes to save time and increase efficiency. These software programs automate the tasks that marketers, sales representatives, and executives usually have to do manually, allowing them to work faster and smarter. Sales automation software usually helps manage your company's entire sales funnel, from lead generation to post-sale customer service.
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Same Day Delivery

Same day delivery is the term for the service of delivering products or merchandise to customers' doorsteps, on the same day that they have ordered it. It is a relatively new service in the logistics industry, and an area where many companies compete. Some of the major players in this area are: Amazon, Google, eBay, Aramex, Inc., Deliv, WOW Express and Take-away.com.
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Satellite Communication

Satellite communication is the transmission of information between two points by means of an artificial satellite orbiting the Earth. A common type of communication is a broadcast by a television station, but communications may also take place between two or more Earth stations. Satellite communication may be used for transmitting or receiving telephone calls, fax, and radio signals for satellite radio and television distribution, military purposes such as intelligence gathering, or for two-way satellite Internet access. To do so requires an antenna which is usually called a satellite dish and a small receiver.
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Scheduling

Scheduling is the process of planning and implementing a schedule for tasks to be accomplished, for example in a manufacturing or service process. A schedule is a plan of activities, tasks, or events, usually in chronological order, for a given period of time. Scheduling is also a field of study in mathematics. In manufacturing and service industries, it is common to refer to scheduling as the 'product schedule' or 'project schedule' as the purpose of scheduling is to produce the product or service. The activity of planning and implementing a schedule for tasks to be accomplished can be called "scheduling" (or "time scheduling" or "work scheduling").
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Seafood

Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans. Seafood prominently includes fish and shellfish. Historically, sea mammals such as whales and dolphins have been consumed as food, though that happens to a lesser extent in modern times. Edible sea plants, such as some seaweeds and microalgae, are widely eaten as seafood around the world, especially in Asia.
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Search Engine

Search Engine is a program that searches through an entire site, rather than a particular page. There are a number of different search engines available, and Google is the most popular.
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Secondary Education

A secondary school is a school that provides education to students between the ages of 11 and 16, typically covering the last two years of compulsory education in a given country. Depending on the country, secondary schools may also be attended by students aged 16 to 18 (tertiary education). Some secondary schools offer a general education, others have a specific focus. In some countries, there is even a first stage of secondary education, which is referred to as "primary school".
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Security

In this section, I will try to explain the definition of the term security. Security is all about protecting yourself and your business from harm, theft, fire, natural disasters, loss of information and/or property, accidents, injuries, death or any other form of danger. The first way to prevent damage is to educate your employees on security measures and to provide them with all the necessary training and tools. Also, you should regularly inspect the safety and integrity of physical assets (buildings, machines, computers, etc.) in your company. Another way to keep your business safe is to use a data backup system in case your company's systems get compromised or damaged. For example, if your company's server gets infected with a virus that wipes out the entire system, you can recover your data using an external hard drive or tape drive. That way you won't lose any important information or have to spend a lot of money on a recovery operation. In some cases, you can simply take out the hard drive and plug it into another computer that has a working operating system installed. Then you copy all the data from the drive onto another device such as a flash drive or CD/DVD disc. There are different types of security risks:
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Self-Storage

Self-storage is an organized, safe and clean way to store personal items. People who use self-storage units are not limited to one type of use; they can store almost anything. While some self-storage facilities have units for business or office storage, most people use it for personal items. There are two different types of self-storage: drive-up and walk-in. With a drive-up unit, customers have to drive up to the storage facility to unload their items, but with a walk-in unit, customers can load and unload their items from the building directly. A lot of people rent a self-storage unit when they move or need a place to store extra items from around the house. Self-storage units are not just for people who move, though. A lot of people use self-storage units to store things like extra furniture, old files and office equipment or sports equipment they don't use often. Self-storage is great for people who need to clear out some space in their home but don't want to throw things away. People can choose what goes into the storage unit and can take it out whenever they want.
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Search Engine Marketing

Search Engine Marketing is a way to promote your website using specific keywords and in return the search engine will show your website or web page in the search results of their search engine when someone searches for those keywords. You can do this by making sure your website is built using SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques. Also, by having good content on your website, and including keywords that people would be searching for. For example, if you are trying to promote a new coffee shop in town, you would want to include words like "coffee", "food", "menu", "location", etc. When someone searches for these keywords in a search engine, your website should appear in the search results.
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Semantic Search

Semantic Search is a technology that allows you to search in a better way than traditional search engines. It does this by combining the user's search term with related terms. For example, a search for "United States" could result in results about the country, the airline and the football team.
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Semantic Web

The Semantic Web is a web of data that is understandable by machines. The Semantic Web will add semantics to web pages to make them more useful for humans, but also for machines. By adding semantics to data, it will be easier to retrieve data, link and combine data from multiple sources, thus creating new data. With the Semantic Web, we can integrate and interoperate with more data and systems. This leads to a greater transparency in information, an improved access to information and therefore better decisions.
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Semiconductor

Semiconductor is a material used to create transistors, which are used in a variety of modern electronics. Semiconductors are insulators, meaning they have no net charge and very little electric resistance. This makes them good candidates for devices such as transistors and diodes.
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Sensor

A sensor is a device that senses some kind of physical change or environment. In the field of electronics, sensors are devices that record physical phenomena and convert them into electrical signals.
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SEO

SEO is an abbreviation for Search Engine Optimization. It is the process of optimizing a website so that it shows up in the top results of search engines when someone does a search for a specific keyword. This way, a website has the best chance of getting found by visitors. Example: SEO is crucial for our website, because we want to be found when people search for "headphones".
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Service Industry

The service industry is all about services. The service industry is mostly dominated by the service sector, which consists of many industries such as healthcare, law, education, government, and banking. Service industries make up most of the U.S. economy. This is because companies in the service industry don't create physical products. For example, a law firm provides legal services, but it doesn't actually produce anything. That's why most of the jobs in the service industry are created by companies. The average income in the service industry is generally higher than that of manufacturing. For example, healthcare has the highest pay with an average income of $49,420 per year, while manufacturing jobs have an average income of $36,690 per year. The low end of the spectrum is made up of leisure and hospitality workers who make $16,610 per year on average.
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Shipping

There are many shipping methods in which a company can choose from. The choice depends on the type of product, size, value, the country where it is being shipped to and of course the budget. You can find a list of the most common shipping methods below.
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Shipping Broker

A shipping broker is a professional who helps ship goods, and is usually paid by the shipper. The broker will negotiate the best rate and service on behalf of the shipper.
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Shopping

'Shopping' is the act of buying things. In the present day and age, online shopping is very popular. People buy different things online: food, books, clothes, electronics, etc. For example, Amazon is an online store where you can buy different things from different companies.
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Simulation

A simulation is a way to model a real-life process or activity by running a software model of it. It allows you to test certain variables and outcomes without having to try them out in real life. A simulation is a replica of the original process, but it's usually simpler and less expensive. It often consists of the same main elements, but the processes themselves may be much more advanced. In a simulation, you can even explore the cause-and-effect relationships between variables and factors, as well as any risks involved.
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Skill Assessment

Skill Assessment is a test or activity designed to measure and/or evaluate a person's skill level in a particular area. For example, it may be used to test the skill of an employee in his/her job.
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Smart Building

A Smart Building is a building that makes use of sensors and computer technology to achieve optimal energy efficiency, reduce maintenance costs and create a better working environment for the people who work there. The most important reason for building a smart building is to improve the sustainability of a building. A Smart Building consists of four main parts: A sensor network to detect things like temperature, light and movement, Control and information systems, Security and management systems and Energy-saving technologies. A smart building uses the latest sensor technology, such as wireless sensor networks, smart meters, control panels and remote reading devices. In some cases, sensors are also used in ventilation systems, lighting and heating to be able to adjust them to save energy. This saves you money and is good for the environment. A Smart Building has been developed by combining existing buildings into an interconnected whole with many intelligent sensors that collect data from people, systems and machines. A Smart Building offers real-time insight into performance and energy consumption so you can quickly identify opportunities for optimization. The application of a Smart Building goes from new developments of office buildings to existing buildings.
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Smart Cities

A smart city is a city that uses information and communication technology (ICT) to improve the efficiency of urban processes and services, develop new solutions to social problems, increase government transparency, accountability and responsiveness, and improve quality of life. The "smart" concept in "smart city" typically refers to the interconnection of devices that are embedded in physical objects, known as the Internet of Things (IoT), or to the use of advanced data analytics, both in public administration and in private companies. Smart cities are modern, it has become an integral part of people's everyday lives. Many countries around the world are starting to see the effects of urbanization. As the population continues to grow, there will be more stress on our environment. The United Nations predicts that 66% of the world's population will live in urban areas by 2050. This will require major changes in how we design our cities. Smart city planning includes consideration of a wide range of areas, including energy, transport, health care, education, water and waste management. There are many definitions of a smart city, each having different focuses. Some definitions include standards of living and employment conditions as well as other governmental attributes (e.g., crime rates), some exclude non-governmental factors (e.g., citizen satisfaction), and some focus on urbanization trends (e.g., urbanization levels).
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Smart Home

A smart home is a residence that has Internet access, allowing you to control and monitor your house remotely. It's becoming more and more popular and affordable. There are a number of benefits to this type of home. Firstly, you can control all your appliances, for example the lighting and heating, without leaving your couch. Moreover, it will help you save money on energy bills, since you don't have to use energy unnecessarily. You can even set up your own security system to ensure your safety. Another important thing is that you can adjust the temperature before you come home so that it's nice and warm when you enter the house. You don't have to worry about forgetting to turn off the lights or other appliances before you leave for work or on holiday. Nowadays, people have many smart home products, such as remote controlled plugs and bulbs with built-in timers and sensors. These sensors allow you to track your energy consumption. It's also possible to see which rooms are used most often by setting up zones in your house and monitor traffic within these zones. These zones allow you to make more efficient use of the lighting and heating system. These features will become more common in homes in the future, so it's good to keep up with the times!
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SMS

SMS is an abbreviation for Short Message Service. SMS is a great way to communicate with a lot of people at the same time, since it allows for the transmission of short messages between mobile phones and other devices. Sending text messages has become one of the most popular ways to communicate with your customers. It is not just an alternative way to make contact; it also saves money for both parties, especially when you send out a mass message. You can save money because it costs only a few cents per message and your customers do not have to spend money on receiving your messages. If you choose to send out your messages by SMS, make sure that you ask your customers for their permission first. If you do not, they might see your messages as spam and never respond to you again. If you want to attract new customers and create a better relationship with your existing ones, sending text messages is a great idea.
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Snack Food

A Snack Food is a small, light and often times salty or sweet food eaten between meals or as a snack. They can be considered an alternative to a meal or sometimes an accompaniment to one. The term snack is derived from the middle English word "snaken", which means to bite. Snacks have always been a part of human diets, but became widespread with the industrial revolution and urbanization, when it became possible to produce them in mass quantities. Modern snacks come in a vast array of varieties, and often contain high levels of sugar, salt, saturated fat and caffeine, particularly when they are not homemade. Additionally, snacks are often laden with high levels of calories from saturated fats and sugar-based ingredients. According to one report, "In the United States, nearly half of all children and 65% of adults are overweight or obese. Excessive consumption of snacks is associated with poor nutrition and health."
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SNS

SNS stands for Social Networking Service. SNS are websites or applications that allow users to create and share content with other users. The main difference between social media and SNS is that the latter is mainly focused on specific groups of people with similar interests. Most SNS users know each other by their real names, and they often communicate with each other directly, as opposed to communicating via social media pages.
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Social

Social Social media is a type of online media designed to allow users to create and share content with one another. A defining characteristic of social media is the ease with which users can create their own content, and share it with others. Social media is a way to communicate directly with customers, partners, employees and other stakeholders. It can also be used to build brand awareness and loyalty. Social media has the power to generate large amounts of traffic to your website. And when you use it wisely, it can lead to more qualified traffic. Use social media to listen to what people are saying about your company or your industry. Also, you can use social media as a means of communication and customer service. Use social media for research and surveys. This allows you to keep in touch with what's happening in the world.
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Social CRM

A social CRM is a way to organize your marketing and communication through Social Media. It's the process of using social media tools to manage and optimize your social media presence. Social CRM is often used as a buzzword for managing social media, but it's much more than that. Social CRM is based on the idea that your customers can be reached on many different channels and this is the way you will build your relationship with them. There are a lot of different ways to use Social CRM, such as creating content for multiple channels, listening to what people are saying about you, participating in online communities, and building your own community.
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Social Entrepreneurship

Social Entrepreneurship is a method of economic development that seeks to address social problems such as poverty, poor health and lack of education through the creation of enterprises that aim to create both a social impact and a profit.
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Social Media

Social Media Social media is an emerging form of social interaction that uses web-based and mobile technologies to turn communication into interactive dialogue. Social media consists of social networking services and tools that facilitate the creation and sharing of information, ideas, career interests and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks. Users can share news and other information with each other. They can also create, edit and exchange multimedia content such as photos, videos, blogs, audio files, presentations and documents. Social media systems introduce unique new forms of communication, and also enable users to control the extent to which they want to participate in certain networking systems. In essence, users are able to "broadcast" information to the general public or restrict it to particular people.
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Social Media Advertising

The goal of social media advertising is to get more followers or likes for your brand. This goal can be reached by either an organic or an inorganic way. In an organic way, you use your own social media channels to share your product. In an inorganic way, you buy advertisement space on other people's social media channels. You should try to reach as many people as possible with a single post. This is possible through advertisement space like on Instagram and Facebook. With advertising space on Instagram and Facebook, you can reach the perfect audience for your product. This makes it easier to achieve your goal because you will target a large group of people at once. In short, the goal of social media advertising is to increase the number of followers/likes for your brand.
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Social Media Management

Social media management refers to managing and engaging social media, primarily from a business perspective. This can be done by a person or a company. The purpose of social media management is to find customers, create a community and increase visibility of a brand or business. To be effective in social media management, a company must have the right people with the right skills to effectively manage social media profiles. For example, the company may have staff that can effectively engage with customers and answer questions. They may also have staff that can find interesting and trending content to share with their audience. In addition, a company may have staff that can schedule posts and monitor what is being said about the company on social media. This is known as social media monitoring. This information may be used to identify opportunities to improve customer experience, or it may be used to resolve complaints. A social media manager's responsibilities may also include building connections with other social media managers at other companies. The importance of social media management for companies has grown in recent years as more consumers use social media sites to research products and services. Businesses use social media to promote their products and services, offer customer support and address any issues that arise. Social media management allows companies to reach a broader audience while keeping operating costs low. It's also a way for companies to identify potential new customers and keep existing customers happy.
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Social Media Marketing

Social media marketing is marketing a business or product using social media. Social media use has grown exponentially over the last decade, especially in business and marketing.
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Social Network

Social network refers to a social structure made up of individuals, groups, organizations, or even entire societies, that share knowledge, resources, common interests, or common values. The most popular form of social network is Facebook. In fact, it has been predicted that by 2020, over 80% of all Internet users will be on Facebook. You can register an account for free and use it to connect with family and friends from all over the world. You can create a profile that displays information about you, including your interests and hobbies. Additionally, you can upload photos and videos that will be shared with your friends. Many people also use Facebook to connect with others who share their political views or their taste in music or art. By becoming a member of a group on Facebook, you will join people who share the same interests as you do. If you like some famous painter and want to share your interest with others, you can create a group in which members can post photos of his paintings and discuss them. You can join such a group if you share the same interest in the painter as the other members do. Finally, Facebook has become a new way for companies to reach out to their customers and attract new ones. Through a business page on Facebook, companies are able to present themselves and communicate with their customers in new ways. You can post information about sales and promotions as well as answer customer questions directly from your business page on Facebook. Thus it has become easier for companies to interact with their customers and maintain better relations with them. Beside Facebook there are also other social networks like Instagram, Twitter or LinkedIn which have huge numbers of users as well.
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Social News

Social News is a term for information that is shared on social media. With a few exceptions, Social News comes from mainstream media organizations, but these media organizations are no longer in control of Social News. Their stories are either picked up by bloggers or they are mentioned in social media conversations.
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Social Recruiting

Social recruiting is an approach to finding the right candidate for a job that combines the power of social media with talent acquisition. According to the talent acquisition leaders we surveyed, 61% of organizations use social media in the hiring process. Of those, more than two-thirds (68%) said they use it for sourcing and 60% for talent attraction. However, while some organizations are doing well with social recruiting, others are struggling to get results. Here are four steps to help you maximize your social recruiting success: Employers who are skilled at using social media to recruit say they are twice as likely to find top talent on social media sites than through career sites or other sources. Here's how they do it: First, post jobs on as many social networks as possible. This is crucial because not all candidates search for jobs on the same network, and not all jobs fit into one niche. For example, don't post all your jobs on LinkedIn when some of them might be better suited for Reddit or Pinterest. Second, post jobs in categories that make sense for your industry and your brand. You don't want to just dump all your jobs in a huge bucket of unorganized content without a thought to how it looks to candidates or how it will be found. Also remember that if you're using a job board to post your jobs, many of them already organize job postings by category. When creating content for your social network job postings, keep in mind that not everyone has the same interests or will search for the same things. The best approach is to try a few different things and see what works best for you. A good place to start is with a job description that's compelling and relevant to the audience you're trying to reach. Be sure to provide enough information about the company and the position so that candidates can tell if it's a good fit for them. One good way to give more information about the company is by adding a profile about the company or the recruiter's profile, so candidates can learn more about you. Some organizations also include links to previous blog posts about their company or industry or about the open position—these links can also give candidates more information about what it's like working there and whether they're interested in pursuing the opportunity further. And remember: Always post clear instructions about how candidates should apply for jobs, such as what content they should share on their profile page or how they should use hashtags in their social posts so that recruiters can find them.
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Social Shopping

Social shopping is a form of online shopping where consumers are able to connect with one another and collaborate. The connection happens on a variety of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. and the collaboration includes sharing information about products and companies that they enjoy or that are worth their attention. The purpose of social shopping is to create a sense of belonging among consumers by allowing them to feel as if they are part of a community.
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Software

Software is a computer program, or set of instructions, that tell the computer what to do. For example, software tells the computer how to process information in order to display a web page on the screen or send an email. There are different types of software, like operating systems, which control the basic functions of your computer; applications, which help you do specific tasks like making spreadsheets or playing games; and programming languages, which allow developers to create new programs. Software can be purchased off-the-shelf (meaning it's ready for use right out of the box) or custom-made (meaning it's built specifically for one customer). It can also be free software (which means anyone can access and use it) or proprietary software (which means only certain people can access and use it).
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Software Engineering

Software engineering is the application of a systematic, disciplined, quantifiable approach to the design, development, operation, and maintenance of software; that is, the application of engineering to software. It is not a single technology or skill, nor is it simply applied computer science. In fact, it bridges many different technologies and skillsets. Software engineering is defined by the International Standard Organization (ISO) as "the application of a systematic, disciplined, quantifiable approach to the development, operation, and maintenance of software; that is, the application of engineering to software." The difference between "software engineering" and "computer science" is analogous to the difference between "civil engineering" and "mechanical engineering": each is rooted in the same field of study (in this case computer science), but each has distinct areas of specialization and different practitioner's skillset.
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Solar

In the context of a solar cell, the solar panel, or photovoltaic panel, is the part of the device that converts light into electrical energy. There are many different types of solar panels available, with a number of different technologies being used to create them. These range from the older polycrystalline silicon cells, to thin-film cells based on amorphous silicon or other materials. The majority of panels being produced today use monocrystalline silicon cells.
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Space Travel

In April 1961, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to travel into space. The Soviet Union led the way in space exploration for many years, sending the first woman, first man and first person into orbit.
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Spam Filtering

Spam Filtering is the practice of stopping the email spam, which is unwanted messages. It is done by software that can detect and remove such messages. If the filtering is not effective, it may result in junk mail, which is received on the spam folder. Spam filters can be implemented on both end-user's side and server side. Server-side implementations typically run on the mail server, which separates incoming email into spam and non-spam messages. End-user implementations typically run on an email client, which separates spam messages from other messages before they are downloaded to the end user's computer.
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Speech Recognition

Speech recognition, also known as speech-to-text, is the conversion of spoken words to text by a computer. The terms are often used synonymously, but speech recognition refers to the first phase of the process, and speech-to-text refers to the entire process. Speech recognition is the first part of the two-part process of natural language processing (NLP), which also includes speech synthesis.
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Sponsorship

Sponsorship is a type of fund-raising event. It is typically held to raise money for a specific organization or project. It could be held by an individual, company, corporation, or other entity. Sponsorship is the provision of support for something in return for promotional benefits. This could include naming rights, media exposure, access to the event or its participants, or other publicity.
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Staffing Agency

Staffing agencies help companies find qualified employees to fill vacancies. These companies do not always have openings for employees, but they know the skills that are needed and can find people with those skills to fill positions in companies that need them. They also help organizations find and hire temporary workers, as well as permanent ones. Some staffing agencies are generalists, meaning they help find anyone to fill a position, while others specialize in specific areas. Some of the areas they specialize in include IT, sales, finance, human resources, and healthcare. What are staffing agencies? In general, staffing agencies are employment agencies that help companies find employees. However, the two terms are not interchangeable. Many employment agencies don't work with staffing agencies and vice versa. In fact, the differences between staffing agencies and other employment agencies can be confusing for job seekers. This is why it's important to understand how each type of agency works so you can find the right job and the right agency for you. Staffing agencies are a form of external recruitment, which means they source candidates from outside an organization. Most companies have some internal recruitment procedures, which means they use their own employees to search for candidates or contract an internal recruiter to handle it. The advantage of external recruitment is that it can introduce you to companies you may not have considered or had access to as an employee. What is a staffing agency? Staffing agencies offer different services based on their niche or what kind of staff they specialize in hiring. For example, a healthcare staffing agency will recruit nurses or home health aides for nursing homes or hospitals. Staffing agencies recruit in different ways: by looking through their existing database of job candidates; by creating ads for specific positions; by conducting interviews; or by combing through job boards. They then refer qualified candidates to employers that need them. Because staffing agencies are external recruitment sources, candidates don't have to apply directly to them; instead, they have to apply directly to the employer who contracts them. It's also worth noting that staffing agencies are generally paid a fee by the employer for finding qualified candidates and referring them to the company's hiring manager. How do staffing agencies work? Here's how a typical relationship between a staffing agency and employer works: A company contacts a recruiter who specializes in their industry to fill a position that's vacant within their organization. The recruiter searches through its database of job candidates or conducts interviews with job seekers and then presents the most qualified candidates to the company's hiring manager or HR representative. The company reviews all candidates presented by the recruiter and selects one based on skills and experience that best meet its needs. If the company hires one of these job seekers, then the recruiter is paid a fee for helping fill the position and recruiting a new employee. It's important to note that the majority of employers don't work with just one staffing agency; instead, they use several depending on their needs at any given time. For example, if there is an opening within their organization for a marketing executive, then they may contact an agency specializing in sales staff because there may be fewer sales staff available than marketing staff members overall; if they're having trouble finding qualified candidates through a generalist agency specializing in all types of staff positions then they may contact another one specializing in IT staff because IT roles may be harder to fill than other positions due to demand for them or because there are fewer applicants overall with IT skills than sales skills because IT jobs require more specialized knowledge than sales jobs do so employers have less flexibility when hiring someone for these roles in their organizations). Here are some common questions about staffing agencies: What is a temporary staffing agency? Temporary staffing agencies are like traditional staffing agencies except they only supply temporary workers on short-term contracts instead of permanent workers on long-term contracts. They typically supply temps for seasonal workloads during peak periods when a company has too much work for its current staff but doesn't want to take on full-time staff that it will only need temporarily during this period; or when it has an open position but can't find someone permanently because it's hard to find someone with both the right skills and experience so it wants someone who can come on board quickly without having to go through the whole application process but still stay long enough to help out with ongoing projects as needed before transitioning into another position at another company so there is no long-term commitment involved in working with this type of agency; or when it has permanent employees but wants someone who has experience doing similar work so it can quickly fill an open position without having to train someone new from scratch so even though temps aren't always cheaper than permanent hires this can sometimes be the case especially if they have good relationships with reliable temps who already know how things work at their company since new hires often take longer before they're productive on their own since this takes time and training which doesn't exist if you already have people who know what needs doing so your clients don't get upset about long periods of time before new hires become productive especially if you provide ongoing training for your staff even if they've been there for years so it's definitely worth looking into using this type of service if you have positions that need filling in your organization especially if you need experienced people quickly so you can get back up and running again as soon as possible after you hire them; however, temp workers usually make less money than permanent hires which means employers who go this route usually end up paying more in total salaries since temps are usually paid less per hour even though temporary workers may not cost more overall if you consider taxes and benefits since temps don't get benefits like health insurance from most temp agencies unless they're assigned directly from an employer which some may offer as part of their services but generally not many do so workers have no insurance coverage unless their temp agency arranges coverage which is usually provided through another provider so make sure your temp agency knows you need insurance coverage before you start working otherwise you won't be covered
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STEM Education

STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM education, therefore, is a type of education that encourages students to gain knowledge in one or more of these fields. The goal of a STEM education is to enable students to have both a thorough knowledge of their field and the ability to apply this knowledge in the real world.
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Supply Chain Management

The term supply chain management (SCM) refers to managing supply chains. The function of supply chain management is a highly integrated process that involves planning, procurement, logistics, manufacturing, inventory, quality control, and information technology and analysis. Supply chain management also involves the application of lean principles in the areas of supplier selection, vendor managed inventory, and transportation. Supply chain management differs from traditional procurement in that the procurement function's focus is on negotiating the lowest possible price from suppliers whereas supply chain management seeks to ensure that an organization's suppliers deliver goods and services that meet its quality and delivery requirements.
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Sustainability

Sustainability is the key to ensure that we have a healthy and prosperous planet for future generations. Sustainability will be an issue for every human being and the way of solving it will be different depending on the country or the person in charge. In order to solve this issue, it is necessary to understand what sustainability means. Sustainability is the concept of ensuring that resources are available and used in such a way that future generations can benefit from them too. It deals with issues of population growth, environmental protection, economic development, social development and protection of biodiversity. Sustainability is at the heart of human development. Sustainable development is not just a trend in one area but it must be observed in all aspects of life. It means developing economically without degrading the environment. For example, businesses need to keep an eye on its products, services and customer needs. The business must look at how it can minimize the negative impacts on the environment by using its resources wisely and in a sustainable way. Also when it comes to sustainability, there are many different ways to measure the success or failure of a project. If you are looking at it from a community perspective, you can think about employment opportunities or local financial benefits or even quality of life issues such as health, safety and housing. Another important thing is that people need to be involved in planning activities in their community so they can have more influence over what happens in their community and they feel like they are an important part of their community. The global average distance travelled per person has increased by 17% since 2001. The number of cars on our roads has doubled since 1996. More flights were made in 2011 than ever before; over 60 million flights were taken and UK airport passenger numbers increased by 15%. Although we are using more fossil fuels than ever before (which isn't sustainable), energy consumption has decreased by around 20% since 2000. In 2012 energy efficiency measures saved over £14 billion worth of energy compared to 2000 figures; a great achievement for the UK.
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Task Management

Task management is a management technique that focuses on both the short-term and long-term management of tasks. A task management system can be used for small, personal tasks, or large, enterprise-wide ones. The goal of a task management system is to help individuals and groups organize their workflow so that tasks are carried out in an effective and timely manner.
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Taxi Service

To call a taxi, you have to call the company and tell them where you are. They will send a taxi for you. A taxi driver is driving a car and is paid for every ride.
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Tea

The term refers to tea made from Camellia sinensis, and it is the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water. Tea is prepared by infusing leaves in hot water, and can be served hot or cold. It may be flavored with spices such as mint, or sweetened with sugar. In many Asian cultures, tea is a beverage of choice, consumed daily.
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Technical Support

Technical support is an umbrella term for all technical services a company offers its customers. These services can be provided both online and offline. Technical support is one of the services offered by companies to their customers.
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Telecommunications

Telecommunications is the process of communicating with another person by means of the telephone, television, radio, or Internet. Telecommunications is the international transmission of information between distant points by electronic devices. Telecommunications can be accomplished over a small area by using a system of local or regional interconnected networks. Examples are the telephone network, the cell phone network, and the Internet. Modern telecommunications can be divided into two major areas: wired telecommunications and wireless telecommunications. Wires are used to transmit both analog and digital signals. The signal is then carried to the receiver location via either wires or radio waves (electromagnetic waves). This contrasts with other electronic communication methods such as satellite communications, in which one station sends messages to another station, but does not have a continuous link to it.
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Test and Measurement

A test and measurement (T&M) lab is a facility that is designed to test, calibrate, and/or measure a wide variety of electronics equipment. In this lab, you can find instruments that measure and characterize many different electrical parameters, including voltage, current, power, impedance, phase, frequency, etc. There are also T&M labs where you can do your own custom measurement tasks.
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Text Analytics

Text analytics is the process of deriving information from text-based sources in large quantities, or analyzing text to find specific information. The text can be in the form of either plain text or speech. The term also refers to the field of study devoted to developing and applying text analytics, or "analytics" for short. This discipline overlaps with areas such as data mining, natural language processing, and computational linguistics.
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Textbook

Textbook: n. a book containing a collection of instructional material, often consisting of explanatory material in an applied science or art, usually in a paper cover.
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Textiles

Textiles are natural or synthetic materials that are used primarily to make cloth, and related items. Many textiles are made from particular kinds of fiber. Some textiles are made from the hair of animals, and some from plants.
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Theatre

The first step in understanding how to explain the idea of theater is to explain the different types of theater that exist. When we speak of theater, we usually speak of two different types: the traditional form of theater (in which the plot is outlined by a playwright, who directs the actors and the action of the play) and improvisational theater (in which a group of actors gather together to create a scene or story as they go along). Both of these forms have different goals and characteristics.
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Therapeutics

In medicine, therapeutics is the part of practice that involves active treatment, such as with drugs. In the pharmaceutical industry, therapeutics is also called pharmaceutical sciences and encompasses all aspects of drug discovery and development. As a medical term, it refers to the treatment of disease and illness by any therapeutic means.
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Ticketing

The CRM can also be used as a ticketing system. For example, when a visitor fills out a contact form on the website, the contact details are automatically entered into the CRM system. A ticket is then created and linked to the visitor. The ticketing system is used for tasks that need to be addressed by the customer service department. The user is always aware of the status of the ticket and can therefore follow up on it. A ticket in a CRM is always connected to a contact person or company and can include various activities, such as sending newsletters, events, product updates, etc. The use of this technique is becoming increasingly popular and therefore also many CRM systems have built-in support for ticketing.
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Timber

"Timber" is a slang term that originated in the late 19th century as a shortening of "timberman", which was a person who cut down trees. The term was used as an adjective, as in "a timber office building", or as a verb, as in "to timber the roof of a house". In the latter usage, "timber" was often used to replace the word "nail". It was commonly used in Australia, and New Zealand, where it is still commonly used today.
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Timeshare

Timeshare is a style of holiday ownership in which the buyer purchases usage rights to a property, rather than outright ownership. Timeshare lets you enjoy the benefits of owning a home, without the cost and responsibility of full ownership. The Timeshare is a property or unit that is divided into equal shares or units that can be purchased individually. The buyer is issued with a title deed for each of these units. They can then choose when and with whom they wish to vacation at the property, and how long they wish to stay for. There are numerous advantages to purchasing timeshare as an investment:
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Tour Operator

Tour Operator is the responsible party for the sale of an Outbound Tour Package. The Tour Operator usually offers the Outbound Tour Package to a broad group of customers through a variety of sales channels. The Tour Operator generally holds legal responsibility for the Outbound Tour Package that they have sold. This means that, if the Outbound Tour Package fails to meet the stated terms and conditions, the Tour Operator is legally responsible for this.
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Tourism

Tourism is the travel for pleasure or business. Tourism is an important source of income for many countries. It's a part of international trade, and a service sector that has a major impact on the economy.
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Toys

In business, it is important to understand your customers and how they want to be treated. The customer always comes first, and this is no different when dealing with toys. As a business you must be aware of what your customers want from you. If you sell toys, you should know what children want to play with. You need to have the right marketing plan in place so that you can reach your target audience.
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Trade Shows

Trade shows are a vital part of many businesses. It is where they can introduce their new products and services to the world, meet new business partners, attract potential customers and make valuable connections. It is an opportunity for businesses to meet face-to-face with potential clients, or a place where consumers and experts can interact.
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Transaction Processing

Transaction Processing is a form of processing in a computer or machine that handles the details of financial or similar transactions, and sometimes records them for later use.
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Translation Service

A translation service is a company that provides translation of written material from one language to another. Companies often require translation services to prepare information for foreign markets. Translation services are also required by law, especially when certain products or information must be presented in a different language. Most translation services offer both on-site and off-site translation. On-site translation occurs when a translator works directly with the company providing the service. Off-site translation occurs when the client provides a text and the service sends it to a translator.
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Transportation

Transportation is the movement of people, animals and goods from one location to another. Modes of transport include air, rail, road, water, cable, pipeline and space.
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Travel Accommodations

This is a sample CV in a travel agency, so the recruiters are not interested in your educational background, but in your customer service skills. In this section you can put the most important languages you speak, such as English, German, French and Italian. Here you can also show off your great interpersonal skills and detail oriented personality.
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Travel Agency

A travel agency is a company that arranges trips for people. A travel agency typically has a good network with hotels, airlines, and car rental companies. The agency offers package deals to its customers.
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Tutoring

The term tutoring refers to the process of helping students learn how to understand and complete academic assignments. Tutors are responsible for providing support and training in a variety of academic subjects to help students understand the course material, especially in math, English, history, and science.
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TV

TV, or Television, is a telecommunication medium that transmits moving images and sound. It's used for entertainment, education and as a means of mass communication. In the modern world, television has become a central part of most people's lives. TV is probably the biggest way to reach out to the masses. Media and television companies are responsible for producing and broadcasting TV programs, but the public also plays an important role in television programming. The process of television programming can be broken down into six steps:
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TV Production

A TV production is a series of processes that are used to make TV shows. Many things need to be taken into account when making a TV show, such as getting the right people on board, preparing a script, filming the scenes, and editing. Also, the public needs to be informed about the upcoming show, so that people will tune in. In this report, I will explain the most important parts of a TV production. In a TV production, you always need an idea for a TV show or movie. The story needs to be good enough to entertain people and hold their attention for as long as possible. There are different kinds of stories. Some of them are dramatic, some are comedies and some are documentaries. The story should be appealing to both a wide and a narrow audience. A person with only one viewer is not going to get his or her show funded. If you want your show to be successful, you should make sure that it appeals to as many people as possible. In order to do this, you can ask yourself these questions: Who is your target audience? What is your show about? Who else is working on the show? How much money do you need? If you want to make a good story for your audience, you need to think about some things: What does your character want? Why can't your character get what he/she wants? How does your character solve the problem? As you can see, there are quite a few questions you have to answer before you start writing your script. These questions help you keep track of all the elements in your story. Furthermore, these questions help you make the best story possible for your audience. The main thing about a script is that it must hold the viewer's attention and at the same time entertain him/her. Once you have written the script, it's time to look for people who can play the different roles in your movie or TV show. This means that you need to look for actors who fit their role(s) well. Once this is done, it's time to start filming the scenes of your movie or TV show. You also need music for your movie or TV show if it's going to be broadcasted on television (e.g.: sitcoms). That's why you have composers who create this music (or buy it). Now it's time for editing. It may seem strange that you edit something that has already been filmed, but it really isn't as strange as it sounds! What they're doing in post-production is basically preparing everything for broadcasting: cutting out all mistakes from the original recording and adding music if necessary. They also add subtitles in different languages (if needed). This way everything looks perfect on screen when broadcasting starts! After post-production comes distribution, meaning that they're ready to send out DVD's and digital downloads (or stream) their movie or TV show on their website/websites! And that's basically how a TV production works!
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Unified Communications

Unified Communications (UC) is the integration of real-time communications, collaboration, and content sharing through technologies such as email, IM, voice, video, web conferencing, and mobile applications. UC solutions often include tools for managing phone calls, presence information (to let people know when others are available), chat, audio and video conferences, social media interactions, file sharing, faxing and mobile communications. UC can also include desktop sharing (such as Citrix ShareFile or Google Drive), presence and IM tools (such as Microsoft Office Communicator or Skype for Business), group calendars (such as Microsoft Exchange Server or Google Calendar), event registration and meeting scheduling (such as Cisco WebEx Meetings), business directory (such as Microsoft Active Directory or Google Apps Directory), or project management software (such as Microsoft SharePoint or Zoho Projects).
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Usability Testing

In the field of software engineering, usability testing is a method used for evaluating a product by testing it on users. The products are tested for usability, i.e. how easy it is to use. Usability testing also includes tests on whether the user's interaction with the product meets the expectations of the user and/or customer. In other words, usability testing can be seen as a type of validation testing that aims to determine whether the product will be used by its target audience.
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UX Design

User Experience Design (UXD) is a term used to describe the methods used to enhance the quality of a product or service to facilitate usage and satisfaction by customers. The goal of UXD is to produce services that users want to use, like using a mobile app or website that is simple, straightforward and easy to navigate. This leads to customers enjoying their experience, which in turn leads to higher brand loyalty and increased sales. A person who designs UXD is known as a User Experience Designer (UXD). This role involves defining customer goals and business requirements in order to create an effective solution.
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Vacation Rental

Vacation rental is the short-term rental of a property, such as a cottage, house, apartment, condominium, or a room in a hotel. It is a form of temporary housing. This form of tourism has become an important part of the travel industry in many parts of the world. The concept originated in Europe in the mid-1980s, and was at first confined to particular regions. For example, in the United Kingdom vacation rental has been promoted by companies such as Abritel and cottages4you.com, and has become particularly common on the Scottish Islands and the French Atlantic coast. In Spain, especially on the Costa Brava there are a large number of vacation rentals; this market has been reported to be worth about 3 billion euros per year.
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Vending and Concessions

Vending and concessions are one of the most rapidly growing and dynamic segments of the F&B industry. Vending is a very specific, independent branch of F&B that offers a wide range of food and beverages for sale in different settings, such as schools, colleges, offices, public areas and institutions. Concessions are self-service areas that provide visitors with a range of options for refreshments, usually at affordable prices. Concessions often appear in connection with venues where there is an expectation of a lot of visitors, such as sports arenas, museums, theaters and cinemas. Existing vending and concessions include restaurants, canteens, kiosks, mobile vending units, trains and boats. New development in the vending market includes automat-based vending machines with a large variety of products. Another new development is bulk vending machines, which provide opportunities for manufacturers to distribute their products via vending machines at various locations.
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Vertical Search

Vertical search is a search type that uses information stored in structured databases to retrieve content relevant to a user's search. A typical example of vertical search is a search engine which provides specialized information relevant to a specific subject, such as shopping or recipes.
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Video

Video is a container format used to store digital video data such as TV shows or movies. Videos are generally encoded in a compressed format like H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, H.265/HEVC, VP8 or VP9.
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Video Advertising

Video advertising is the advertising of products or services using online video media. It's a way to directly interact with customers, which makes it a very valuable marketing channel. Video advertising has a lot of benefits: it's efficient, easy to use and relatively cheap. It allows you to communicate your message to potential customers in a unique way. Video advertising is a type of display advertising that uses videos instead of static advertisements. You can create your own video ad or use an existing one, such as a commercial, trailer or teaser. The video can be played on any kind of device, such as a laptop, tablet or smartphone. For example, a video ad could be an extended version of your commercial, which you broadcast on TV. Or it could be an animated trailer for your product. That way you attract the attention of potential customers and get them to watch your commercial or trailer. Video ads have several advantages over traditional ads. For example, they tend to attract more attention because they contain moving images. In addition, people remember moving images better than static advertisements. This makes video ads more efficient than static ads. Video ads are especially effective when you use personalized ads based on customer behavior and preferences. Video ads can give you valuable insights into customer behavior. Because you're actively involved in a conversation with the customer, you can track customer behavior closely. That way you can easily see which parts of your video are most popular and what customers react to most positively. With this knowledge you can easily improve your ad campaign in the future and create better ads. An example of personalized video advertising is remarketing: that's when you target your customers with personalized ads after they've visited your website and shown interest in your products or services. This makes it much easier for you to attract and convince customers who've already shown interest in your product or service – because they're already familiar with your brand and products. You also reach these potential customers at the right time: when they're actively looking for something related to what you offer, so it's easier for you to convert them into paying customers later on. The whole process is called retargeting because it means that you 'retarget' visitors who previously showed interest in your company by visiting your website or social media profiles. Video advertising allows companies to connect with their customers at any time and anywhere: all you need is an internet connection! There are various options for video advertising:
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Video Chat

An Internet video chat is a video call where two or more people communicate with each other via webcam, and often with a microphone, with the users typically sharing a video feed and talking to each other over the Internet. Users can take turns speaking, or speak simultaneously. The first popular Internet video chat service was AOL's Instant Messenger, which launched in 1995. Yahoo! entered the video chat market in 1996 with their Yahoo! Chat service. Today, video chat services are available from a wide range of Internet companies, including Google, Microsoft, and Apple. It is estimated that as of 2015, 83% of global Internet users and 66% of American Internet users have video capabilities built into their phones.
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Video Conferencing

Video conferencing is a type of teleconferencing where the participants interact with each other through the use of video images. It differs from videoconferencing in that video conferencing implies scheduling of a regularly recurring meeting.
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Video Editing

video editing is a very common job for video artists. This requires to have a good computer, the knowledge to use this computer and a camera, preferably. There are also some specific software to edit videos, so you should know how to use them. You can have basic knowledge of how videos work and then learn how to use the editing software on your own.
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Video on Demand

Video on demand (VOD) is a system of delivering television content to viewers. On-demand video is the delivery of television shows, films or any other forms of media, via broadband using servers instead of a broadcasting method. "Video on demand" also refers to the practice of reserving films and video games through an Internet service provider, either for viewing on a computer screen or for downloading to a device like a digital video recorder. Video on demand systems offer more flexibility in the viewing of broadcast content. It enables viewers to watch programs at their convenience. Viewers are able to pause, rewind, and fast forward their programs at any time. Many VOD systems offer viewers the ability to watch a program as many times as they want within a certain period of time.
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Video Streaming

Video streaming refers to the transmission of video data from one computer to another. A stream is a sequence of video frames that provides video data in real time. With video streaming, users can watch the video as it is broadcast, rather than waiting for it to be completely downloaded. This is done using a network protocol such as RTSP, RTP, or HTTP. In practice, a video stream is played in a loop until stopped by the user or a network failure. Video streaming is used for applications such as video broadcasting, online TV and internet TV, among others.
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Virtual Assistant

Virtual Assistant or VA is an independent contractor who helps businesses in several ways. For example, a VA can help with research, email management, social media marketing, customer service, and many other business tasks. There are many Virtual Assistants that help small businesses with these tasks, and they are sometimes called "task rabbits" because they do whatever is needed to get the job done. They can do everything from entering data into spreadsheets to doing web research and customer service. Virtual Assistants work remotely and can work from anywhere. They do the work via email, telephone, text messaging or videoconferencing. They can work from home on their own schedule as long as they get the job done. Many people choose to hire Virtual Assistants because it's a great way to keep overhead low for a business. They don't have to worry about paying a full-time employee when they only need part-time help. It's also convenient for the VA because they have flexible hours and can choose when and where they want to work. If you have any questions or comments feel free to email me at [email protected]
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Virtual Currency

Virtual currency is a type of currency that is digitally created and stored. It has no physical manifestation and no real use other than being exchanged for goods or services, just like traditional currency. It can be used to make payments to anyone, anywhere in the world where the Internet is available. While it is often associated with gaming, virtual currency is used in a wide range of industries. It can be used to buy both physical and virtual goods and services. Virtual currency has many advantages over traditional currencies, such as not being affected by inflation, transaction fees, and security problems.
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Virtual Desktop

A virtual desktop is a desktop environment that provides the illusion of running on a personal computer without requiring a personal computer. It works by using a thin client, a powerful server, and special display technology. It is a cost-effective way to replace desktops that are powerful enough to run Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or 7.
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Virtual Goods

Virtual Goods are goods which you can only buy online. You can buy these goods through your mobile phone or your computer. For example, if you want to buy a game online, you can buy special virtual goods which will make the game more fun.
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Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is an artificial environment that can be explored and interacted with through headsets or other devices. It uses a special computer program to make you feel like you are in a certain place or you are interacting with something. It can be used in many different ways. For example, it can be used to practice doing something before doing it for real. For example, you could learn how to use a crane on a construction site. Or you could play video games where you are the character in the game.
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Virtual Workforce

Virtual workforce is a phrase used to describe a new way of hiring employees where the company or organisation doesn't need to hire people in the same location as them. This term is often used to refer to hiring freelance workers, but can also be used to refer to hiring employees in another country, or even hiring remote employees in the same country. A virtual workforce is often used for companies that are looking to reduce costs and create a flexible workforce that can be employed when and where they need it.
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Virtual World

Virtual worlds are three-dimensional, computer-based simulated environments that allow users to communicate with one another in real time. They often incorporate social networking features.
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Virtualization

Virtualization is the concept of using software to create virtual versions of a computer’s hardware devices. You can use virtualization to create a computer environment that is entirely different from the hardware that is physically installed on your machine. This type of software is used to run multiple operating systems on one machine.
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Visual Search

Visual search technology enables the ability to quickly identify specific products from within a visual content. The visual search technology could be used for a number of purposes, for example, in a shop to quickly find a particular product or simply to find an item based on the image. An image-based search engine is a system that allows users to search for an image rather than a text string. The image-based search engine searches a large database of images and finds the closest match to the image you have submitted. These engines are different from traditional search engines because they do not match your query against indexed text, but instead match it against images that are already indexed. A visual search engine scans the images you submit and provides you with relevant results based on the similarity of your submitted image to other images already stored in its database. Visual search technology may be utilized by photographers or artists looking for inspiration. There are two types of Visual Search Engines:
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Vocational Education

Vocational education refers to all the activities that people undergo in order to prepare for a certain job or occupation. It is usually given in schools after primary school and lasts 2 years (Gymnasium). During this period, students get to choose which subjects they want to study.
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VoIP

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. This is a method of transmitting audio or video calls over an IP network, rather than a traditional analog telephone network. The VoIP service is often included with a subscription to another service, such as cable or DSL internet access. Many VoIP services use the H.323 protocol, while others are based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).
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Warehousing

A warehousing is a location where goods can be stored. Goods could be stored for several reasons, such as for storage, distribution, manufacturing, assembly or testing. Warehousing has become a popular career choice for those who are interested in industrial careers. The profession of warehousing is still a small part of the global industrial sector, but the need for warehouses will grow exponentially in the future. One of the main reasons why warehousing is important to modern industry is because companies need a way to store their finished goods and their raw materials. The storage facilities can range from small units to massive facilities that take up large tracts of land. Warehouses can be used for either commercial or non-commercial purposes. In recent years there has been an increased focus on lean manufacturing which requires that materials and finished goods are stored in a central location so that they can be moved into production as needed. In order to accomplish this process efficiently, companies have invested heavily in warehouse management systems (WMS) which allows them to optimize their warehouse operations by tracking all of the inventory and monitoring shipments as they leave the warehouse. A warehouse is a structure that is specifically designed to store goods and materials. Warehouses are usually owned by business organizations that are engaged in manufacturing, wholesaling, retailing or importing. These warehouses are typically storage locations for items that have been purchased by a customer or client and will eventually be sold to another customer or client. It is very common for these warehouses to have multiple levels or rooms where the different items are stored. To prevent theft and other criminal activities it is very common for the warehouse to have surveillance equipment as well as a security guard on duty at all times when the warehouse is open. It is also common for these warehouses to have special air conditioning and fire suppression systems in place to protect against any potential damage from extreme temperatures or fires. The most common form of warehousing involves storage space located within a structure with a forklift inside of it to transport items from one side of the warehouse to another side of the warehouse as needed. However there are also times when a forklift will not be necessary and it will just be possible to drive around the warehouse and load items directly into a truck without any assistance from forklifts or other similar equipment. These warehouses can come in many different sizes and shapes depending on what type of items they will be storing. It is also common for these warehouses to be divided into different areas that will hold certain types of items while keeping other types of items separate from each other within the same warehouse structure. This separation of certain types of items within a single warehouse structure is most commonly done by using shelving units with barcodes on them where each different type of item has its own designated spot on the shelving unit where it belongs according to the barcode associated with it.
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Waste Management

Waste management refers to all the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal. The aim of waste management is to extract the maximum practical benefits from products and to produce the minimum amount of waste, thereby reducing adverse impacts on the environment and human health. The term 'waste' is usually applied to discarded materials. Waste can be described as any material that is discarded by a business or an individual and that the business or individual does not require for its day-to-day use. In other words, any material that a business or individual discards which is not required for their day-to-day use is considered to be waste. Waste can also be defined as discarded materials that could have been reused or recycled if they had been handled differently. However, it is important to note that waste does not necessarily mean rubbish. Discarded materials that are not required for use but which could have been recycled, reused or otherwise diverted from landfill sites, are also considered to be waste. Examples of such materials include wood pallets, paper and plastic products. In some countries, hazardous waste is also classed as waste. Information about waste generation rates can be used to calculate how much land would be needed for specific types of landfills or other disposal methods. With the information collected about landfills, engineers can plan for how to best use the available space in a landfill, especially if it has limited space. With this information they can decide whether they should make the landfill taller, wider or longer, or perhaps build another landfill somewhere else on the same site or somewhere else entirely.
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Water

Water can be found everywhere on earth, and is the only substance that exists naturally in all three physical states (solid, liquid and gas). Water makes up about 70% of the human body. It is very important for our survival, but we can survive for about three weeks without food, but only about a week without water. When we consume water, it flows through our bodies. It does not just stay in one place; instead it circulates from our mouths, to our stomachs, to our intestines and back to our mouths again. In a normal human body there are 50-70 litres of water that is present at all times. That’s around 10 gallons of water in an average body! It may sound like a lot of water, but it doesn’t really take up that much space, so it’s still very easy to store and carry around. Water is essential for all living things, as well as for the environment around us. Without water we wouldn’t have rivers or lakes, as well as many animals that live in them. We also wouldn’t have a lot of plants that need water to grow. A large amount of the Earth is covered by water: 71% is covered by oceans and seas; 2% is fresh water and the rest is made up of glaciers and polar ice caps. Water makes up a large part of the human body; about 2/3 of an average adult human body is made up of water.
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Water Purification

The process of purifying water is to remove unwanted chemicals, microorganisms, and other contaminants. Purification usually refers to the removal of bacteria and viruses, but can also refer to removal of radioactive isotopes, heavy metals, and other toxic materials. In the field of water purification, disinfection is the removal of pathogens. The most common ways to remove pathogens are chlorination and filtration. Purification of water can be achieved at home using a variety of techniques including boiling, chemical disinfection with chlorine or iodine, and use of filters. However, there are a number of problems with both of these methods. Boiling kills some pathogens but not all; depending on the temperature and the length of time it is boiled for, some may survive. Iodine and chlorine are effective disinfectants but iodine may have an unpleasant taste and chlorine reacts with naturally occurring organic compounds in the water making it unfit for consumption. Filtration has been shown to be an effective way to remove particles from water and pathogens. However it cannot remove inorganic contaminants such as lead or mercury nor any toxins produced by bacteria. For example, E coli O157:H7 will produce toxins when it grows in a filter; if the filter is not regularly cleaned or changed this can result in illness. There are several types of filter available; carbon filters are used to remove some chemicals but not others; sand filters use sand to remove pathogens; while micron filters use a thin layer of gravel to remove larger particles from water. One technology that is currently being developed is nano-scale filter using nano-materials such as titanium dioxide to trap viruses and bacteria on an extremely small scale (from about 1/10th up to 1/100th the width of a human hair).
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Water Transportation

Water transportation is a type of transportation that relies on the presence of water. It includes shipping, scuba diving, swimming, and others. In contrast, air transportation involves a system of transport that is dependent on the presence of air.
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Wealth Management

Wealth management is a service that manages a customer's finances to improve their financial situation and assets. This service offers customers the option to have their financial assets managed by one firm rather than having multiple firms manage their financial portfolios. A wealth manager is an individual or organization that provides this service.
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Wearables

Wearable devices are devices that can be worn by a person. This includes smartwatches, activity trackers, wristbands, glasses, and other electronic devices that are small and light enough to be worn on the body. Wearable technology is a subset of human-computer interaction (HCI) and of wearable computing. Wearable technology devices intend to make life easier for people through greater convenience, health monitoring and overall better quality of life. These devices come in form factors such as watches, wristbands, earphones, necklaces, headphones, bracelets and shirts.
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Web Apps

Web applications are a type of computer program which is accessible over the Internet, as opposed to desktop applications, which are downloaded to a personal computer. Web applications use web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and typically run inside a web browser. Web applications are accessed by a client-side user interface in a browser. Such an interface is often written in JavaScript using frameworks such as jQuery.
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Web Browsers

A web browser is a software application for accessing information on the World Wide Web. A web browser is also known as a brower. A web browser allows a user to enter a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) which then displays a webpage. A browser is typically used to view websites, send and receive email, and search for information on the internet. Some browsers are designed for a specific purpose such as viewing sites in a language other than the user's own, or for a specific audience, such as children.
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Web Design

Web design is the process of planning and creating a website for the World Wide Web. The term web design is not limited to web pages, but also includes the overall composition of a site. A design can be static (pre-determined layout) or dynamic (the site content is generated from a database or from user input). The user interface (UI) is also an important part of web design. Designing a web interface involves identifying the information architecture of a site and interface design.
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Web Development

Web development is the process of designing and building websites. This process may include writing original content, but it usually involves modifying existing website content. Web development can also include social media site development, mobile development, or developing web-based applications (apps).
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Web Hosting

Web hosting is the service of hosting websites for customers over the Internet. It consists of many different kinds of services and is mainly used to provide space and bandwidth for hosting websites, storing email and web applications. Customers can choose between shared web hosting and dedicated web hosting.
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Wedding

Wedding refers to a wedding, the formal ceremony that recognizes the joining of two people in marital union. The wedding itself may also be called a wedding ceremony, while the day upon which the wedding is held may be called the wedding day.
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Wellness

A wellness program is a corporate health promotion program that emphasizes health awareness, lifestyle changes, and education to help improve and maintain the health of employees. It typically includes health screenings, health education and fitness programs. The goals of a wellness program include improved employee morale, improved productivity, reduced absenteeism, reduced healthcare costs, and a healthier workforce.
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Wholesale

Wholesale is a term used to describe the sale of a product in large quantities to another business or to a retailer, rather than to the end user. Wholesale trade refers to the sale of goods to other businesses. This is in contrast with retail sales, which refers to the sale of goods directly to the end consumer.
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Wind Energy

Wind energy is the use of air flow through wind turbines to mechanically power generators for electricity. The net effects on the environment are far less harmful than those produced by fossil fuel-based energy sources. Wind farms consist of many individual wind turbines which are connected to the electric power transmission network. Wind turbines are large, with a capacity of over 1 Megawatt, and are anchored using guyed masts or anchored with underground foundations. They are usually connected to electric power networks in areas with wind resources and are located onshore, often in hilly or mountainous regions. To be efficient, wind turbines need wind of a minimum speed, around 3 m/s (11 km/h). Another crucial factor for the location is also the visibility of the wind turbines by approaching aircraft.
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Wine And Spirits

Wine And Spirits Wine is the fermented juice of grapes, whereas spirits are the distillate of a fermented substance. They can be alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer, cider, and distilled beverages such as whiskey, rum, vodka, gin, and other liquors. Distilled beverages, such as brandy, are not included in this definition.
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Winery

There are many different kinds of wineries, but they all share the same goal: to produce wine. Wineries can make wine in different ways. For example, they can produce table wines, dessert wines, fortified wines and sparkling wines. Furthermore, some wineries produce both red and white wines. A winery can be anything from a tiny farm to a huge corporation. In most cases, it will be an actual winery where the wine is produced, but sometimes a winery can also be a company that produces wine but doesn't have its own production facilities. Wine is made from grapes, and not all grapes are suitable for making wine. A winery has a collection of grapes that they use to make their own wine.
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Wired Telecommunications

Wired Telecommunications: a technology where a communication system uses wires to transmit signals. The main benefit of wired telecommunications is that you have a hard connection between two points. There is no interruption of the connection or signal loss. Wired telecommunications is primarily used for point-to-point communication, where the communication starts at one end and ends at the other end, such as telephone, fax and internet connection.
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Wood Processing

Wood processing is the method of producing something from wood. A major part of wood processing is the preparation of the raw material to obtain suitable dimensions, appearance and properties for use in construction, furniture, and manufacturing of products and packaging. It can be broken down into many sub-processes, such as cleaning, drying, separation of materials (reeds, shakes), sawing (drying and cutting), planing, surface treatment (staining), etc.
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