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    The U.S. furniture industry is currently facing a serious dilemma. With the economy in dire straits and the housing and job market crisis, there is little room for business expansion. These events have currently left La-Z-Boy Incorporated hanging in the balance. Competition is no longer restricte
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  • Effective Technology Acceptance in Erp Implementation Projects Through Training & Education
    Effective Technology Acceptance in ERP Implementation Projects through Training & Education Abstract: Many firms are implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. The expensive nature of these systems requires that effective usage of these systems be attained in order for an organiza
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  • Developing Effective Management Strategies for Low Cost High Quality Mass Education Through Bless ( Blended Learning System Structure) for Rural India.
    Introduction :Learning Processes using Electronic media through remote control equipment tend to be extremely complex but gaining popularity across the world. It is not too surprising to note that the existing research done in this field seems to be too scattered and dominated by more tangible issue
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  • Health Risk Standards in Nations Acquiring New Energy and Technology
    Committee Name: International Atomic Energy Agency Committee Topic: Health Risk Standards in Nations Acquiring New Energy and Technology Country Name: Republic of Botswana A. With the increasing proliferation of both nuclear goods and technology in a rapidly advancing world, it is not uncommon fo
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  • Effective Implementation of Cheque Truncation System in Idbi Bank, New Delhi
    1. INTRODUCTION We all live in a world where we want eveyrthing instant be it Instant coffee, instant entertainment, instant information. Time is the single biggest factor in this “instant” world we live in. So how could banking stay unaffected? After anytime money and Internet banking,
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  • Impact Which the New Communication Technology (Mobile Phones, the Internet, Etc) Has Had on People’s Lives in Zambia
    Communication is defined as the giving, receiving or exchange of information, opinions or ideas by writing, speech or visual means or a combination of the three so that the material communicated is completely understood by everyone concerned. (Sillars, S. 1998: 1). Technology is the usage and knowle
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  • The New Technology in an Old Society
    Adv Biochem Engin/Biotechnol (2003) 84: 1 – 48 DOI 10.1007/b11035CHAPTER 1 The Way Ahead – The New Technology in an Old Society Manju Sharma 1 · Renu Swarup 2 1 2 Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi, India. E-mail: manju@dbt.nic.
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  • The New Virtual Consumer
    Vol. 1. No. 2. ISSN: 1941-8477 “Consumer Behavior in Virtual Worlds” November 2008 The “New” Virtual Consumer: Exploring the Experiences of New Users By Lyle R. Wetsch, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Faculty of Business Administration, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. Abstrac
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  • Study on the Impact of Information and Communications Technology (Ict) and New Media on Language Learning
    Study on the Impact of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and New Media on Language Learning EACEA 2007/09 FINAL REPORT Commissioned by: Carried out by: © European Commission STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT) AND NEW MEDIA ON LANGUA
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  • Information and Communication Technology for Effective Teaching and Learning
    INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING * Mr. Harsha Vardhan G ** Dr. Amulya M “We're changing the world with technology.” -Bill Gates ABSTRACT The information and communication technology have made a great
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  • The Applications of Technology in the First Decade of the Twenty-First
    The Applications of Technology in the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century A quote I heard many times when I was in high school and which I now know traces back to Sir Francis Bacon, one of our earliest scientist or philosophers as they were then called, is the statement "Knowledge Is Power."
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  • Information Technology
    DSL Technology By: Tony xDSL Technology Introduction The accelerated growth of content rich applications and online gaming, which demand high bandwidth, has changed the nature of information networks. High-speed communication is now an ordinary requirement throughout business, government, acad
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  • Virtual Reality
    TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 WHAT IS VIRTUAL REALITY? 4 HOW DOES VIRTUAL REALITY WORK? 5 v The Three Levels of VR : 5 THE HISTORY OF VIRTUAL REALITY 7 VIRTUAL REALITY IN THE PRESENT 8 VIRTUAL REALITY IN THE FUTURE 9 THE TECHNOLOGY BEHIND VIRTUAL REALITY 9 v Video Display Devices: 10
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  • Voip: a New Frontier for Security and Vulnerabilities
    VoIP: A New Frontier for Security and Vulnerabilities Introduction to Voice over IP Technology The promise of extremely cheap telephone service, utilizing the Internet to transmit voice, has made voice over IP an attractive and profitable idea. Vonage (http://www.vonage.com/) and other service
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  • New and Improved?: the Processes of Globalisation on Spiritual Practices; Illustrated by the Global Spread of Reiki.
    New and Improved? : The processes of globalisation on spiritual practices; illustrated by the global spread of Reiki. The processes of globalisation create an open market place for trade, but globalisation is also an exchange of cultures, of ideas and practices. Spiritual practices and rituals ar
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  • Virtual Reality Learning Environments
    Virtual Reality Learning Environments: Potentials and Challenges Computer graphics technology enables us to create a remarkable variety of digital images and displays that, given the right conditions, effectively enrich education [Clark 1983]. Real-time computer graphics are an essential comp
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  • Marketing a New Product
    Unit 3 – Marketing I am going to produce a marketing strategy for a new product it will include evidence and information of how the strategy is based on the principals of marketing, how I have used primary and secondary resources. I will be analysing the impact of my product on the external envi
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  • Technology
    A Brief History of the Internet Barry M. Leiner, Vinton G. Cerf, David D. Clark, Robert E. Kahn, Leonard Kleinrock, Daniel C. Lynch, Jon Postel, Larry G. Roberts, Stephen Wolff * Introduction * Origins of the Internet * The Initial Internetting * ConceptsProving the Ideas
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  • Trend of Technology in the Classroom
    Abstract The current trend of technology in the classroom can be traced back to the early1900s when schools and museums, as a complement to verbal instruction, began to use visuals aids including drawings, paintings, and slides. In the 1920s, as film became widely used, The National Academy of Vi
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  • New Concepts
    Table of Contents 1. Introduction 4 1.1. Insurance Industry Overview and Major Trends 5 1.2. Need for Data Analysis and The Insurance Value Chain 5 2. Sales & Marketing 6 2.1. Agent and Sales Force Deployment: 7 2.2. Agent Development and Relationship Management: 7 2.3. Channel Analysis: 7 2
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