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The NuvoSys Team is working closely to implement a Cisco Unified Communications solution at a Hotel Resort in St. Barths island. The
hotel integrates all of its voice, data, and wireless communications together on one reliable, manageable system. The new Cisco solution delivers the performance and reliability that guests expect with enabling the hotel to meet its reputation for consistently superior service to their guests and staff.
Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series for Small Business supports:
- Voice: Use advanced communications capabilities including telephone call processing, voicemail, automated attendant, and conferencing functions to respond to customers faster and save money on long-distance charges
- Video: Conduct face-to-face meetings through video calls with Cisco Unified Video Advantage (requires Cisco USB Camera)
- Wireless: Help employees be more productive and collaborate better through access to applications and information from anywhere they work
- Productivity: Integrate with existing desktop productivity applications such as calendar, email, and customer relationship management programs
- Secure Routing: Reduce business risks associated with viruses and other security threats
Get an advanced phone system that expands as your business grows and changes, without a lot of capital expense.
Everybody would like to have a pair of glasses that let you see through the walls. Well, we are close to see that but with the cell phones. The machines that we see at the airport use electromagnetic waves in terahertz which use a lot of energy. Kenneth O, professor of electrical engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas, is working to get that energy in small devices. He is trying to fabric a new semiconductor (CMOS) chip with high-speed to reach the THz. See the link to get more info.
Perhaps when in grade school, as a math exam quickly approached, one student dared to raise their hand and asked: “Can we use a calculator?”. The class most likely turned to the teacher, awaiting the hopeful: “Yes”. Let’s not kid ourselves, we knew it was never going to happen. The answer was always: “No”. More than likely the reason provided was along the lines of: “it forces you to think”, or “using a calculator is cheating”.
However, as time has gone by, we have had to do less “thinking” and more pressing buttons for the answer/solution/service. That brings us to: smartphones. Have they made us smarter? Have they improved our thinking process? Sadly no. As the picture above depicts, we have grown supremely dependent to them and their influence on our life is only becoming greater and greater.
Smartphones: Our national obsession dives into the topic with use of a live account of a smartphone user’s daily activities. In addition, there is testimony of other smartphone users, telling of how indispensable their phone is to their business, their life, their existence.