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One of the interesting points about how this machine is made is that many of the individual springs that you used to find in things like this have been replaced by larger networks of springs– a move away from off-the-shelf parts to fully custom parts. I guess in this kind of volume, it’s actually cheaper.

Part of a detailed photo essay about taking apart a modern color laser printer.

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Samsung’s NFC Printers Praised by Renowned European Reviewers
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Samsung’s mono laser printer and mono laser multi-function printer which feature the NFC function (M2022W/M2070FW Series) have been highly praised by renowned local reviewers in Europe such as Trusted Review and Stiftung Warentest. Trusted Review reviewed of Samsung’s M2022W mono laser printer as an ideal printer for everybody at affordable prices. The magazine also praised of its fast printing time through mobile devices and user-friendly interface and networks. Stiftung Warentest, a German review magazine, ranked Samsung’s M2070FW multi-function as the best product in the related category in its April issue.

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Tech Cocktail’s DC Sessions with Local Motors’s Justin Fishkin
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Tech Cocktail was excited to partner with GE for an inspiring night of innovation with special guest Justin Fishkin of Local Motors. The attendees not only left the event with nuggets of information and dreams to build the next revolution of refrigerators, but many walked away with small trinkets they built on the 3D printers and laser cutters that were on exhibit. It was quite a night!

Check out the talks here: goo.gl/G87jtm
Register for other Tech Cocktail DC events here: tech.co/city/dc

Photo credit: www.ashleenikolephotography.com/

Silver Level MML Convention Sponsors American Fidelity, OHM, Prein & Newhoff, Superior Play, Angie’s, Safeguard, Zausmer and Kaufman, Waste Management, White Pine Printers, Plante Moran and Foster Swift
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Dozens of businesses and organizations helped make the 2011 Michigan Municipal League Convention a huge success. Here are many images of our sponsors leading education sessions, networking with League members and staff and providing valuable information and assistant. This year’s platinum sponsors were Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Comcast, Plunkett and Cooney Attorneys & Counselors at Law; Michigan Main Street and the Grand Hotel. Gold sponsors were Michigan Municipal League Employee Benefits Services/Blue Cross & Blue Shield, ICMA-RC, C2AE, NuWave Government Solutions, Corrigan Moving Systems – the official move of the MML Convention, and PASK Video Productions. Silver level sponsors were American Fidelity Assurance Company, OHM Advancing Communities, Prein & Newhof, Superior Play, Angie’s Artisan Treats, Safeguard Properties, Zausmer, Kaufman and August, Waste Management, White Pine Printers, Plante & Moran – the official auditor of the MML Community Excellence Awards, and Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC & Attorneys. Bronze level sponsors were Beckett & Raeder, Fleis & Vandenbrink Engineering Inc., Republic Services, Rowe Professional Services Company, The Hubbard Law Firm, WadeTrim, MRPA Michigan Recreation and Park Association and Miller Canfield. Also Clark Hill sponsored the host cities reception hosted at the DeVos Place in the heart of the ArtPrize activities. The host cities reception was hosted by the cities of Grand Rapids, Kentwood, Grandville, Wyoming, Walker and East Grand Rapids. For more about the Michigan Municipal League and what we do go to mml.org. For more about Convention go to www.tour.mml.org and follow the League and the Convention on Twitter at @mmleague and the hashtag #mmltour.

Architectural vs component innovation
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Most innovation involves small, incremental improvements to the parts of a system. A better spark plug, a better kind of tire, a better bar of soap, and so on. This is because these kinds of innovations are easier to inject into an existing system.

But some kinds of innovations – often called disruptive innovations – involve changes to the system itself. The PC revolution is an example of disruptive innovation, because the entire system of work computing had to change to accommodate it. This required a whole host of component innovations beyond the PC itself, such as the office scanner, printer, networking, and so on. System innovation like this requires changes to the fundamental architecture – known as architectural innovation.

Component innovation swaps out one node for another, which usually results in an incremental improvement. Architectural innovation changes the links. Changing the relationships between nodes is a sweeping change that usually transforms the way that the entire system works. Apple’s iTunes/iPhone ecosystem was an architectural innovation that changed the music industry forever.

Perhaps one of the reasons more companies haven’t organized around small, empowered teams is that their business architectures don’t allow it. It’s not easy to plug modules into a platform that isn’t designed for it.

The future is podular.

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5th Annual Cabriolet Charity Gala with Special Guest Jay Leno! Presenting Sponsor Brian Jessel BMW

Proceeds supporting the Canucks Autism Network, Arts Umbrella and VGH and UBC Hospital Foundation (Pancreatic Cancer Research).

Hats off to Rhoda Rizkalla, Brian Jessel. the committee, volunteers, staff and generous sponsors for pulling off another amazing fundraiser!

Art of BMW by Ron Sombilon Gallery

www.BrianJessel.BMW.com
www.JayLenosGarage.com
www.RonSombilonGallery.com

Pac Blue Printing – Official Printers of the Ron Sombilon Gallery

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computer lab
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So yes, we have two computers just so we can both flickr at the same time. Notice both screens are on flickr.

Tech Cocktail’s DC Sessions with Local Motors’s Justin Fishkin
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Tech Cocktail was excited to partner with GE for an inspiring night of innovation with special guest Justin Fishkin of Local Motors. The attendees not only left the event with nuggets of information and dreams to build the next revolution of refrigerators, but many walked away with small trinkets they built on the 3D printers and laser cutters that were on exhibit. It was quite a night!

Check out the talks here: goo.gl/G87jtm
Register for other Tech Cocktail DC events here: tech.co/city/dc

Photo credit: www.ashleenikolephotography.com/

Several Ways to Receive a Fax on a Multi-Function Printer

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Several Ways to Receive a Fax on a Multi-Function Printer

If you have a multi-function printer, you do not need to be worried because you will be capable of receiving a fax so you can be sure that the machine can do the functions very well. If you will receive the fax from your business partner, it is important for you to make sure that it is plugged in and connected to the network so you can make it work effective. If you would like to know more about the process of receiving, it is important for you to check this article out.

1.  The first step you need to consider is to connect the multi-function printer to a phone line. In this case, you must be sure that you plug the cable into the right one so you can be sure that it will work well and you can use it very well.
2.  The second step in this process you must understand very well is to turn the printer on and access the start-up menu. After accessing the start menu, it is your time to choose an answering mode which is depended on your expected usage. It means that you must choose the fax capabilities so you can be sure that it is suitable with your needs.
3.  The next step you must know is to place the manual mode of your printer if you expect little fax traffic. This kind of manual mode will need you to choose the right function needed. After hearing the signal for a fax use, it is your turn to push the start button and hang up.
4.  Then, you must select the automatic mode if you expect lots of faxes or have a dedicated fax line. In an automatic way, you will see that the printer will listen to incoming calls and determines whether it needs faxes or voice calls.

If you need the right printer, you can consider the use of direct thermal printer that will be important for you. Besides, thermal receipt printer will be the right option for your needs.

Hp Deskjet 6980 – Color Inkjet With Wireless Networking

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Hp Deskjet 6980 – Color Inkjet With Wireless Networking

With not only built in Ethernet capabilities, but built in wireless technology as well, the HP DeskJet 6980 is at the top of its class among inkjet color printers with networking capabilities. It offers PictBridge compatibility as well as other convenient, luxury features such as Bluetooth printing and high resolution settings.

The HP DeskJet 6980 offers borderless printing on all supported paper sizes, meaning photo quality images are not limited to standard 4 x 6 sizes, but can be blow up to full letter size as well. With a maximum quality setting of 4800 x 1200 dots per inch, even enlarged images will reproduce at lab quality.

While the HP DeskJet 6980 does offer a standard Ethernet port, it also includes an 802.11g wireless card, making wireless networking not only possible, but easy to set up as well thanks to HP’s auto detect software. PictBridge technology also allows users without networking capabilities to operate the printer, even as a stand alone unit with no PC connectivity at all thanks to PictBridge compatible digital cameras, though a high speed USB port is available for single computer connectivity if required.

The HP DeskJet 6980 is optimized for not only plain letter and legal sized paper, but photo paper, labels, and envelopes as well, all insertable through a 150 sheet fixed input tray along with an additional small media feeder for photographs and index cards. Dedicated controls and displays, such as a Print Cancel button and an ink level indicator, also help to keep things moving along at an optimal pace.

With a 5,000 page per month maximum monthly duty cycle, the HP DeskJet 6980 appears to be ill fit for relentless, corporate level use, yet a home office or personal user should have no problem with the device’s total performance limitations. HP’s limited warranty will help extend the life of the investment with not only web and telephone based technical support, but a replacement policy as well.

While a four ink setup (black, cyan, magenta, and yellow) comes standard with the HP DeskJet 6980, an optional six ink photo quality cartridge is available for greater color accuracy and overall image quality. Other options include an automatic duplexor available for purchase separately which allows for double sided printing, and an optional second bin for additional output storage.

A built in automatic paper type sensor makes switching from media types easier than ever and eliminates additional programming steps for special paper types such as transparencies. Print speeds top out at a maximum of up to 36 pages per minute for black and white and 27 pages per minute for mixed text and color graphics.

Fast draft mode offers the greatest print speed, but when operating at normal or best quality mode, speeds suffer greatly, clocking down to as low as 2.1 pages per minute for both black and white and color, and an optimized 4 x 6 photograph at highest quality will take an incredibly long 105 seconds to complete, securing the HP DeskJet 6980 as a very high quality printer, but not the fastest on the market.

For more information:

http://printdocs.org/2010/03/23/hp-deskjet-6980-color-inkjet-with-wireless-networking/

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South Regional Library Computer Installation – Wiring cleanup is still a work in progress.

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5th Annual Cabriolet Charity Gala with Special Guest Jay Leno! Presenting Sponsor Brian Jessel BMW

Proceeds supporting the Canucks Autism Network, Arts Umbrella and VGH and UBC Hospital Foundation (Pancreatic Cancer Research).

Hats off to Rhoda Rizkalla, Brian Jessel. the committee, volunteers, staff and generous sponsors for pulling off another amazing fundraiser!

Art of BMW by Ron Sombilon Gallery

www.BrianJessel.BMW.com
www.JayLenosGarage.com
www.RonSombilonGallery.com

Pac Blue Printing – Official Printers of the Ron Sombilon Gallery

www.PacBluePrinting.com

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Tech Cocktail’s DC Sessions with Local Motors’s Justin Fishkin
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Image by Tech.Co (formerly Tech Cocktail)
Tech Cocktail was excited to partner with GE for an inspiring night of innovation with special guest Justin Fishkin of Local Motors. The attendees not only left the event with nuggets of information and dreams to build the next revolution of refrigerators, but many walked away with small trinkets they built on the 3D printers and laser cutters that were on exhibit. It was quite a night!

Check out the talks here: goo.gl/G87jtm
Register for other Tech Cocktail DC events here: tech.co/city/dc

Photo credit: www.ashleenikolephotography.com/

BRAC brings upheaval, opportunity to San Antonio 090812

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PHOTO CAPTION: RJ Holley, Program Manager for Facilities, IMCOM Transformation Office, discusses new blast-proof windows with Troy Alexander, superintendant with RKJ Construction, the contractor on Building 2265, the future home of Headquarters, IMCOM G6. (Photo by Rob McIlvaine, FMWRC Public Affairs)

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BRAC brings upheaval, opportunity to San Antonio 090812

By Rob McIlvaine
FMWRC Public Affairs

FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas – Construction on the Installation Management Command campus at Fort Sam Houston is raising the dust with four buildings under complete renovation, one getting an addition, two being built from the ground up, and 2,400 people moving into new offices during the next two years.

“It’s been a year-long process to get all the building plans developed and the approvals granted for all of these projects,” IMCOM Transformation Office Program Manager Roy “R.J.” Holley said.

With one of the buildings half completed, and contracts being awarded for the rest, Fort Sam, as it is colloquially known, continues to grow.

Construction, however, is not new to San Antonio, known as Military City USA. From the early days of Spanish exploration and the transformation of the Alamo, to providing the cutting edge in battlefield healthcare training, San Antonio’s history is closely linked to military history.

However, the Base Realignment and Closure activities scheduled to occur in San Antonio through September 2011 could arguably be one of the city’s largest economic development projects.

San Antonio’s four military facilities – Lackland and Randolph Air Force Bases, Camp Bullis and Fort Sam Houston – are expected to receive 4,886 new personnel, 5,500 Family members, 9,000 additional students, along with .1 billion in construction.

San Antonio is one of 12 locations worldwide where Department of Defense sites are combining to form joint bases. Under the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Joint Basing plan for San Antonio, installation support functions at Fort Sam Houston will combine with those at Randolph and Lackland AFBs to support what will be the largest customer-based organization in the Department of Defense when completed in 2011.

Restoration of historic structures on Fort Sam Houston will provide administrative space for about 3,000 military personnel and civilian employees. They will support a variety of realigned agencies and commands, including the Installation Management Command, the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command, and the Army Environmental Command. The Mission and Installation Contracting Command and the Network Enterprise Technology Command, including the 106th Signal Brigade, also will be stationed there.

All told, BRAC is expected to bring 9,000 employees to Fort Sam Houston.

These renovation projects include about two dozen structures, many of which are more than 75 years old and several that are more than a century old. As federal historic renovation efforts, the projects are within the National Historic Preservation Act parameters.

“One of the nicest things about these historical structures built in the 1930s as regimental barracks is the open balconies that will allow people to move between offices by going outside on the second and third floors,” Holley said about IMCOM headquarters. “The balconies face the summertime prevailing winds, allowing them to be nice and cool. A lot of business will probably be conducted on those balconies.”

If there is insufficient room on the balconies, the buildings are designed with 30 percent more meeting rooms and conference areas than normal design guidelines.

These historic structures are arranged in the shape of a square with a new 168,000 square foot IMCOM headquarters being constructed in the middle.

Holley oversees renovation of three buildings for IMCOM – including one for FMWRC and another for AEC. He also oversees construction of a fourth building for IMCOM, to be located inside the four outlying buildings on campus, the renovation of the old Sam Houston Theater for Army Entertainment Division, and construction of the MWR Academy.

Building 2264, the future home of Family and MWR Command, will begin renovation this November and be completed by May 2011.

In the meantime, 68 personnel, the majority of whom are relocating from the National Capital Region, will work at the Fort Sam Houston Community Club until the permanent lease space located off base becomes available in September.

IMCOM personnel moving to Fort Sam Houston this summer will experience some difficulty in accomplishing their daily work activities. But in two years the enormous amount of construction and the resulting consolidation of various departments will streamline workflow, reduce stress and contribute to an improved quality of life for Soldiers and Families.

"We’re having growing pains, of course," said Bill Bradner, deputy Public Affairs officer and spokesperson for the Family and MWR Command. "Adapting to split operations is a challenge, and working through the IT issues has been frustrating, at times. But every day we’re getting smarter, and developing solutions to those challenges.

"We’re looking forward to moving to the leased space this fall. Right now some of us are working on folding tables, taking our files and computers home every night, even sharing phones, copiers and printers. Moving to office space and establishing a more permanent infrastructure will be a huge step forward. Of course, there will be growing pains then, too… but the lessons we’ve learned making the move from Alexandria to Fort Sam should serve us well as we move into the leased space," Bradner said.

According to Bill Stickles, acting director of MWR Facilities, the new working spaces were based on the needs of each directorate.

“We were bound by certain building requirements,” Stickles noted, “but we wanted to be sure each directorate would not be split up on different floors. This was achieved through the efforts of our designer, Haimanot Abbit.”

As of August 2009, the renovation of building 2265, which will house the Fort Sam Houston Directorate of Information Management and Headquarters IMCOM G6, is halfway completed, with a June 2010 target for completion.

Building 2266, which will house Headquarters IMCOM G1, G5 and IG, began renovation in July, with expected completion by May 2011. It should be mission-ready 60 days later.

Building 2263, home to Army Environmental Command, will begin renovation this October with expected completion by 2011.

Those reporting for duty with AEC this year and next will work in Building 2000, beginning this December, until their new space is ready. This structure was built in 1908 to serve as the installation’s new hospital, replacing the hospital that had been constructed in 1886.

“Each of the buildings has basements where conference rooms, training rooms, locker rooms with showers, and classrooms are being built,” Holley said.

The three-story structure to be built in the middle of these buildings, on the original parade ground, will house the IMCOM Command Group, numbering about 900 people, bringing the total number to 2,400 moving onto the IMCOM campus. Construction will begin in November, with completion by June 2011.

Although not visible when driving by the campus, it will be historically accurate and match the other buildings. A special Army Alternate Procedures agreement outlines more specific management practices to ensure the visual character of the buildings is maintained. Under this agreement, project teams consult regularly with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and the Texas Historical Commission.

“Renovation projects like these require extraordinary effort because intricate architectural features must be preserved to achieve an appearance that is true to the original designs,” said David Thomas, director of the Joint Program Management Office, which is overseeing the San Antonio BRAC construction and renovation program. “Extra care and diligence are also necessary in carrying out the work because of the delicate state of some of these buildings.”

All of the historic structures require extensive rehabilitation to become suitable for their new tenants. In most cases, existing interior partitions, electrical wiring, plumbing, climate control systems, and interior and exterior lighting fixtures need to be replaced. Stairways, ceilings, wooden floors, structural roof members, interior and exterior doors and windows are also being repaired, refinished or replaced.

“These buildings were meant to last,” Holley said. “The original clay tile roofs will remain as they are, and the stucco on the outside walls, built with cinderblock and brick, only needed a paint job.”

During the 1970s, the Army remodeled the structures as two-man rooms from traditional barracks. The rest of the renovation of these Mediterranean-style buildings will help meet anti-terrorism/force protection requirements, such as blast-proof windows designed to appear as the originals, and the addition of fiberglass “band aids” to the concrete floors designed for “progressive collapse,” among others.

Fort Sam Houston, with construction beginning in 1876, is the ninth oldest Army installation with the most historic structures of any active military installation in America.

“The whole complex is a cultural conservation district,” Holley said. “In addition, nice micro parks will be landscaped between the buildings with Texas vegetation local to this San Antonio river basin, such as Lantana that grows six feet high with yellow flowers, lots of cactus, desert palms, and native live oaks.”

To conserve water, irrigation for the plants will be provided by an underground cistern that captures rain water.

“But the crown jewel will be the renovation of Building 2270 – the Fort Sam Houston Theatre, to its original grandeur,” Holley said. “Built in 1935, this movie theatre is the first one the Army built in the United States.

“On the inside, it looks a whole like the Warner Brothers’ theaters built around the country in the early 1900s. After completion, we’ll hang original film posters throughout,” Holley said. “Even the ticket booth in the front will have a mannequin inside, ready to take your money for the latest show.”

A portion of theatre will be overhauled and the end product will feature a three-story structure with an 80-foot “fly tower” that will accommodate the raising and lowering of stage sets. The first floor will extend the stage, which only will be used as a rehearsal hall. The other floors will house offices and recording studios.

The 1,100-seat theater will be reduced to an 800-seat theater to allow the balcony to hold lighting and sound equipment. A nearby warehouse will be used for construction of sets, theater maintenance and equipment storage.

The MWR Academy will be built in a field behind the IMCOM complex, on the other side of Wilson Street, with parking for 500.

For the entire IMCOM campus there will be 2,100 parking spaces, mostly located along three blocks of Stanley Road, which runs parallel to Wilson.
“All new construction in this campus within the San Antonio river basin will appear the same, architecturally, so there’ll be no mistaking where IMCOM is located,” Holley said.

In the fall of 2011, after the dust settles from yet another upheaval at Fort Sam, the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, and the military not only will benefit from a strengthened economy and revitalized neighborhoods, but those who have moved into this historical military city as a result of BRAC will find a sense of community and revitalized spirit.

According to Bradner, the move back onto Fort Sam in 2011 will unite “our Family and we’ll be working side by side supporting the Army Family.
“We’ll probably face a number of challenges during that transition, too, but the end result will be greatly improved efficiency and smoother operations across the board,” Bradner said.

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My home office setup. On the desk is my primary machine, Dell Latitude D820 (2Ghz Centrino Duo, 4GB, 80GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, 2nd modular 7200RPM IDE / DVD+-DL), beautiful Viewsonic VA1912wb 21" widescreen, Uniden wireless phones, Treo 700wx, Zune, wireless USB mouse, two WD 5400 RPM USB drives, and my MSFT Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000. In the desk is my switch for this side of my network, Vonage router, and old skool KVM). On the stand is my all-in-one scanner/printer/copier Epson CX4200 and franken-server running Win2003 Server x64, AD, SQL2005 x64, Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 x64, VMWare Server 1.0.3 and SubVersion (AMD 3800, dual core 2Ghz x64, 4GB, two mirrored 250GB 7200RPM SATA drives for OS & data, one WD Raptor 150GB 10,000RPM for virtual machines) and two battery backups (server getting a 1hr one, the desk stuff getting a 15m one) under the stand. Behind the camera is where the DSL modem, router, and "home" PC is located.

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HP Officejet 6500 The wireless All-In-One Inkjet printer Overview

HP Officejet 6500 The wireless All-In-One Inkjet printer Overview

With all the creation of wireless network technologies, â??INVENTâ?- is a saying that Hewlett packard lives up to having a cool product the particular HP Officejet 6500 All-in-One Inkjet Printer. Together with rapid printing speeds plus the automatic duplexing technology these devices is additionally designed with options that come with scanning, fax and also copy. In addition to these, Hp provides you many top reasons to feel better about purchasing or even employing this product. Having a smooth and also stylish design, a very good build quality and an excellent ergonomic design and style, the HP Officejet 6500 suits correctly to fulfill your own official as well as domestic requirements. To know much more about that product, let us continue with this review.

Design and style is a very simple printer using a combination of white and also dark gray colours. The buttons are countless, nevertheless this is what helps to make the functions of your printer better to use because every function has an assigned switch for this. Thereâ??s two papers outlets, one particular at the top and one on the side of the device. Printing comes out on the side as well as copying makes output on the top. The device is rather small in size and easy to setup in all tabletop or perhaps shelf.

The LCD screen is only a two-line text display screen that shows important information that you can easily manipulate these devices. It is pretty simple and easy to use as compared to several newer products.

The product also has a fax machine which can be essential in virtually any business. The fax equipment generates output as quickly as a few seconds for each page which enable it to accept as much as 100 pages in one transaction. The fax device is usually competent to save up to 100 speed dials. The actual photo copier can easily duplicate documents as soon as the printer and may produce 100 copies at one time. You can even reduce and sometimes increase the size of the papers up to 400% scale sizes. These devices a fabulous and beneficial machine that could definitely produce marvelous output.

The particular HP Officejet 6500 All-In-One Printer is available in a price ranging coming from about $ 100 â?? $ 150. If you need a decent all-in-one device which could generate quality printing to your company along with copying, scanning, and also faxing, the Hewlett packard Officejet 6500 All-in-One Inkjet printer can be a product I recommend to you.

Christ also writes critical reviews regarding Canon PIXMA MX870 and your will find out more details through his web site. Feel free to go to his internet site at HP Photosmart Premium All-in-One Printer.

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Types and Advantages of computer networks

Types and Advantages of computer networks

You must know that a network consists of more than one commuter that is linked in order to share resources. It is advantageous in that you can exchange files; allow electronic communications, even printers and CD-ROMs). There are three basic types of network that are normally used:
1. Local Area Network (LAN) 2. Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) 3. Wide Area Network
Local Area Network is confined to a small area and is generally limited to a geographical area about a mile apart to other computers. The configuration of LAN consists of software that controls the network and also the software that is shared by other computers that are attached to the network. It consists of a file server, a workstation and cables.
Metropolitan Area Network covers larger geographic areas and covers cities. They are used by local libraries and Government agencies to connect to citizens and private industries.
Wide Area Network connects larger geographic areas all over the world. It works with transoceanic cables or satellite uplinks.
ADVANTAGES
Speed is one of the advantages. Sharing and transferring files are very fast and saves a lot of time. It does not allow any fraud connections and is very safe. Another advantage is the cost. If the copies are made individually licensing each copy becomes very expensive.
If Networkable versions are used it saves cost. The upgrading of the program becomes easier in shared programs instead of upgrading individual work stations. Security is another factor. You must know that sensitive files on a network are password protected. They are termed as ‘copy inhibit’. This does not allow illegal copying. Another advantage is the Centralized Software Management. This can be loaded on just one computer which is the file server and time and energy in installing updates and tracking them on individual computers can be eliminated. Other advantages are Resource Sharing, Electronic Mail use, flexible access and Group Work computing.
Looking through all the advantages what does a technological person think? Yes, he feels nice that communication which the most important part of today’s knowledge based work has developed very fast and is also helpful not only for science and technology but also for the common man who can connect himself to different people and places.
It is because of this fast paced communication network that globalization has become easy. The modern world has come closer to each other and each country is not an island by itself. Even continents have come closer because of the advent of information technology. Due to this economy have also improved and different types of businesses have come into being.
Another major advantage of this is that many new jobs have got created in the technical field and has provided opportunities for the new generation to earn more and have a better standard of living.
The present generations including young adults who are still in the field of education are also aware of file sharing and storage of major knowledge that they acquire. Even families have now learnt to have different modems if each member has a computer and they get interconnected using a network with just one modem and printer. Networking has resolved the problem of purchasing expensive soft wares available in the market. Software can be stored in one system or server and it can be used by different work stations.

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