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     on: July 03, 2012, 01:25:24 am 
    Started by maddy35 - Last post by maddy35
    Printing a document sometime back meant the simple act of connecting your computer to the compatible printer and having the pleasure of seeing your pristine black and white or color document coming out of the machine in seconds. Inventors however are never satisfied with simple things and their business is to go on to create more and more complex machines and equipments that of course makes life easier for us after we have managed to master the way they work.

    It is to this latter category of equipment that the Print Server belongs and has come about with the introduction of WiFi enabled printers that have made it possible   to network your printer as well. This is extremely useful for the office so that you can share your work and document with the rest of the staff by the simple process of adding a printer server box into your network making it possible for everyone in the network to share the printer.  An USB Print Server can not only simplify network printing  but also saves in the long term by eliminating the need to buy supplies for a number of printers and also the space required for multiple printers in a small space.

    A NAS Server or Network Attached Storage is in fact a hard drive that stores and serves data files from several devices.  This is a very helpful system for large companies to have because a NAS Server can centralize the storage of data and eliminate the necessity of having a separate server system for each client.  What a NAS Storage device does is   basically strip down file servers that are dedicated to storing and serving them to multiple systems on a specific network.  The NAS Storage device is usually connected to the network by a wireless system or Ethernet and has its own specialized hardware and own operating systems as well as microprocessors to run the NAS software.

    If the need arises for you to connect a USB inkjet printer or laser printer to an existing wireless network the wireless   printer server will come in very useful, and all you have to do is to connect its USB port to that of your printer port. It’s usual for a Wireless Printer Server to have a USB port and a wireless receiver that enables it to receive signals from the router on the network.  Before the wireless printer server was invented the only way a USB printer could be used by those in the network was by connection the printer to the relevant computer and share it through the operating system.

    Although this was manageable to a certain extent especially in the home, it was not very successful when used in a large office where many print jobs were sent to the printer. There was a general slowing down due to the heavy print load while experiencing many crashes and interruptions to work.  But the introduction of the Network printer server put an end to all these problems wherein a single or multiple USB ports belonging to a network could be added providing both wireless network connectivity as well as wireless printing through the same server.

     on: June 03, 2012, 08:05:02 am 
    Started by andre21 - Last post by andre21
    I like this post.cause this very helpful.

     on: June 03, 2012, 08:02:33 am 
    Started by andre21 - Last post by andre21
    Whether you’re looking for café chairs or restaurant furniture, location is everything. The furniture you buy should be in keeping with the location and type of place you’re hoping to open or refurnish while keeping in mind your budget and the patrons you’re hoping to attract. A small road side café is not going to attract the filthy rich or the elite and there would be no point in investing in high quality, expensive café chairs for such a place. Similarly if you wish to attract the cream of society, you’d better buck up and make sure you have restaurant chairs and other furniture that is top of the class because this type of people visit only the best places in town and that includes the furniture you have filled the place with.

    A small and cheerful place can afford to come up with simple chrome chairs and bar stools in splashy colors and flamboyant designs and most people would not bother about it much if the food and drink you supply if passable. You can find some trendy looking restaurant chairs and outdoor   furniture online where you will have no problem in selecting what you want at reasonable prices.
    Keep in mind that the ambience of the place matters a lot and irrespective of your restaurant being a cheerful and noisy place for the arty crowd to gather or one that has a hushed and church like atmosphere, it’s the people that matter and in order to cater to their wishes you will have to look for gaudy looking Café Chairs that are splashy and fun just like the clientele that visits it or heavy and traditional stuff to suit the somber tastes of its patrons respectively.

    Outdoor chairs are something else you might want to consider when looking for restaurant furniture. Whether it’s a small place or a boutique style restaurant, having an outdoor area for customers to dine is always a good idea especially during the summer evenings when people prefer to be outside enjoying the breeze and star filled skies while sipping a glass of wine.  In such circumstances you have to ensure that the Outdoor Furniture does not deviate from the theme of your restaurant although it can be lighter and more fun with wrought iron tables and chairs that can look elegant in almost any kind of setting.

    Youngsters on the other hand should never feel intimidated with heavy furniture and too much elegance which will make them run a mile away no matter how wholesome or cheap the food is. They need to feel free   and you should therefore provide them with the kind of outdoor furniture you wouldn’t mind being kicked or thrown around because the exuberance of today’s generation can make anything happen to your restaurant chairs.
    By keeping these few tips and guidelines in mind you should be able to have a very successful café or restaurant where the type of people that choose to enter it will neither feel intimidated or out of place. So before you simply rush into a furniture store and start buying up the lot, draw a plan and consider your budget and think what you want to do and what type of people you would want entering the hallowed portals of your restaurant and thereafter you can decide what kind of restaurant chairs or café chairs you should buy to give credence to your theme.

     on: June 03, 2012, 07:59:22 am 
    Started by andre21 - Last post by andre21
    Bar stools are useful items of furniture to have around the home regardless of having a wet bar or a breakfast bar in the home. They come so handy for many purposes not to mention their attractive look and functionality when you want something lightweight to sit on. One of the main advantages of the  bar stool is being able to swivel it 360 degrees around without having to turn your head and body every which way while also providing a birds eye view of the entire room in one glance.

    When buying a bar stool or counter stool for your home, the first thing you must remember is the look of your home. Is it classic and traditional or modern and contemporary because the furniture you buy must suit the look. Leather bar stools are undoubtedly elegant and add a touch of class to any room and even if your stools are old, it doesn’t really matter because leather always ages well.  Traditional barstools are usually made out of woods such as mahogany and upholstered in rich leather or durable warm fabric while   modern stools have a more contemporary look with sleek hard lines and are made of chrome   or metal. 

    Modern homes are ideal for metal bar stools that go with art deco paintings and whimsical furniture that look just right for the new couples that  prefer these styles to the more traditional look.  Another option is get a few Kitchen Stools or counter stools done up in bamboo which is ideal to give the kitchen or dining area a tropical look. This kind of Stool Bar goes well with cane furniture with cushions in earth colors like  rust, brown, green and gold lending undeniable charm and simplicity to any room be it a kitchen or dining room.

    It’s easy to identify a modern bar stool because its  much smaller than the ones   you see in old bars and cafes.  Furthermore, most of them are made in steel or chrome and come with colorful bright seats that match the rest of the deco in the place. These are easy to clean and maintain but perhaps not as durable as those old classics we still see holding their place with pride and dignity  among all the bright and cheap stuff,  no matter how colorful they look.

    There however is one advantage to the modern bar stool that’s small  in size because it occupies less space and is therefore ideal for the modern home which has little room for heavy furniture and does not in any way match the sleek straight lines of new homes.  These stools are also easy to clean and all they need is a wipe now and them to make them look good as news whereas leather and other heavy fabrics need professional cleaning to keep them looking good.

     If you’re thinking of getting a stool bar for your home, you’ll need a few stools to go with it. There’s never any trouble finding bar stools or counter stools these days, and your best option is to do your search online where you will come across many websites from where you can buy your  bar stool, kitchen stool or counter stool to suit your requirements.  Any stool that has a raising, lowering mechanism is worth the money you pay for it because this type of stool is ideal for people of different heights and for children as well.

     on: May 15, 2012, 08:43:32 am 
    Started by andre21 - Last post by andre21
    Clifford Crane’s Apollo Security Sales is a leader in the field of security systems. Designed and manufactured in the United States, Apollo products are created with an eye for detail, an unwavering commitment to quality, and a sleek, modern look. The ApolloVision Video Management System is no exception.

    Clifford Crane’s Apollo Security Sales “ApolloVision” system is a complete package, a comprehensive system combining video monitoring, high capacity storage, and a user-friendly interface.

    ApolloVision completes the family of Apollo Access Control Systems products. A fully integrated digital video system, ApolloVision allows split-second reactions, immediately beginning video recording in the event of any attempts to gain improper access; in addition, the system can sense motion in the camera’s field of vision during periods of heightened security. ApolloVision can also begin camera sweeps when the last person leaves the building.

    ApolloVision’s astounding variety of capabilities includes event-related reporting. The system captures and stores video events and can quickly retrieve useful recordings. Running on Apollo Security Sales’ endlessly customizable, powerful APACS software, the ApolloVision system can be configured to suit every client’s unique set of security needs. APACS offers visitor management and badging, HVA Control, alarm monitoring, fire protection, paging, lighting control, elevator control, live and recorded video, and much more. APACS also communicates with third-party systems, such as attendance and visitor management packages, offering a vast array of options.

    Clifford Crane and Apollo Security Sales engineers have designed the ApolloVision system to meet the needs of a wide variety of facilities. From emerging users to those with multiple security levels and sites, ApolloVision offers flexible options for any client.

    Video control is simple, rapid, and easy to navigate. APACS users will easily transition to the video software, since the controls are integrated directly into the existing APACS software. Further integration allows users to control the Apollo Security Sales system and the DVR on a single screen.
    Clifford Crane’s Apollo Security Sales engineers have created the ApolloVision system so that it can be controlled automatically. The system can react in response to events or operate on pre-defined schedules. Functions include pan-tilt-zoom-focus-iris control, start and stop recording, set and select prepositions, export snapshot, and video clip playback. In addition, manual control is just a click away. At the click of a mouse, ApolloVision software pops up a control window that is both easy to use and powerful.
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     on: May 10, 2012, 05:20:30 am 
    Started by andre21 - Last post by andre21
    There's no doubt that computers fall into the  category of "Impossible to live without" list of electronic items in today's highly developed world of technology. Be that as it may, how many of us have any real knowledge of the inner workings of a computer;  its many components and the technology involved in bringing us  the kind of performance that we have got used to? It is important for us to have at least a basic knowledge of the components integrated into a computer, all which has to come together for the entire system to function properly.

    The motherboard for instance is the soul or foundation of the computer. Simply put, everything that enables a computer to work properly  is attached to the motherboard. It provides a platform for   various other components of the computer to communicate with each other. There are different types of motherboards; classified according to their assembly known as Integrated and Non Integrated.  When components such as sound, graphics, video etc. are built into the motherboard, its called an  Integrated motherboard.  In the non integrated type, the components are fitted individually or when required,  allowing the addition of more components for greater customization such as for gaming and video presentations where high end graphic cards are required. 

    On new motherboards, the sound card and the graphic card is integrated into the motherboard whereas in the older versions, the sound card had to be inserted into a slot allowing power from the motherboard to flow to the card providing sound for various applications such as audios, videos, presentations and games. The new sound card which is  a chip, has the capacity to serve as a music studio as well and can produce awesome sound quality while an external card can add to its performance.

    If the motherboard is considered the soul of the computer, the RAM can be called the brain which has a vital role to play in the functioning of the computer. RAM or Random Access Memory is the component that provides the necessary data for processing and regardless of the speed of your central processing unit (CPU), it will not be able to perform at high speed unless the capacity of the RAM is large enough to support it. Unlike the sound and graphics cards, the RAM has to be installed separately, even in new computers.

    Another essential component is the Graphic card, the purpose of which is to take data from the central processing unit and transform it  into pictures.  This is a complex process since Its the graphic card that decides how it can create an image from the screen pixels,  where a card with  high capacity therefore being able to create  high quality pictures. Although   new motherboards have built in graphic cards, they don't have sufficient capacity to work with modern applications resulting in the necessity of using an external card through a slot in the motherboard for  better imaging.

    Now that you you have   a basic knowledge about some of the components in your computer and the specific duties they perform, you can look at your own PC  with new eyes and  understand  the extent of advancement in technology that has made it possible
    for us to use computers for almost everything important in our lives.

     on: May 10, 2012, 05:14:47 am 
    Started by andre21 - Last post by andre21
    Digital technology has been greatly responsible for the invention of electronic equipment for use in our homes and offices for work as well as for entertainment.   The projector is one such piece of equipment that is put to good use today for the purpose of watching movies and slides especially in the presence of a large audience, by projecting an image on a screen in response to a signal received from a DVD player or computer.

    In the early days   it was mostly used for seminars and exhibitions to project statistical data, graphs and documents etc. to make a presentation clear and visual to the audience. Today, most people use Home theatre systems consisting of a projector, and screen to view movies in the comfort of their own homes instead of going to the cinema. With different types of projectors being   available in the market, the craze for home theatres has resulted in many people being on the look out for suitable projectors and projector accessories to suit their needs and their budgets.

    The most popular of them is the Front Projector which is usually placed on a shelf or mounted on the ceiling for easy viewing. It is more important however to look for a projector that is not too complicated but is of good quality as far as images and brightness is concerned. Modern projectors use technology such as LCD, DLP etc. to provide us with the best performance although they too have their own pros and cons.  One disadvantage of a home theatre projector is that it produces large pictures on the projection screen  which might not always suitable for small areas.

    A projection screen has a completely blank surface which is usually white or grey. This  screen can be a permanent fixture as you see in a cinema, a painted wall or a mobile piece of equipment that is portable and can be carried anywhere for a conference or exhibition. It is important to check the size of the screen before buying since screen sizes vary from 14 inches to 15 feet and the one you choose must be in keeping with the dimensions of your room. The aspect ratio of the projection screen must also be taken into consideration with the most popular being the 16:9 compared to the normal TV screen ratio of 4:3.

    Most people will not give much thought to the projector mount  which is silly because it’s the only thing that will keep the expensive equipment from crashing to the ground. The mount you choose to place the projector can be a tabletop, wall or ceiling; depending on the weight of the unit and how balanced and stable it is when mounted. The surface area of the mount must also be taken into consideration because too much surface can trap the heat and damage the equipment. If a ceiling mount is preferred, decide whether you want it flush with the ceiling or dropped down a few inches, depending on the size of the screen. 

    Apart from projector mount, there are   projector accessories that come with LCD projectors. These include projector cables that enable the unit to be connected to a computer or video, projector remotes, to help screen adjustments, lenses for clearer display of images, projector lamps that are inbuilt but has to be replaced, and a projector case to store the unit when not in use. It’s up to the buyer to decide what is important and what is not.

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