Advantages Of Technology Training And Call In With An All American Company

Need help with updating your technology? There are many advantages of technology training. It will keep you up to speed with the most updated informational systems and programming options available. If you need a little more step in your giddy up then maybe it is time to call in for some back up. This can be in the training you receive or the help you acquire.

If you are looking for training in the technology field there are companies that specialize in this as well. With a lot of work being farmed out oversees, it is good to know that there are companies that still train and hire Americans right here in the United States. One such company is Grapneltech.

This is a company dedicated to matching employers with employees. They offer these temporary situations for those who want it or permanent head hunting opportunities if someone is looking for a person trained in the technology field. Most jobs these days require some sort of technical training while others demand it.

If you need training Grapneltech can hook you up as well. They have course offered to professionals who want to step up their game on their own or corporate training of your current employees to bring them up to speed. You may have a dedicated employee that you do not want to lose. They just may need a brush up on the latest informational systems that are currently running.

If you have a project that needs completed you can also hire one of their consultants for the task. They will come, be your project manager, follow it through to completion and then wish you well on your own. If you need someone trained while the completion is in process they will ensure that it gets done. Whatever you need done that is what they will do.

Impact of photography on advertising industry

It is really hard to imagine a technology that had more impact on 20th century life than photography. It is truly the most pervasive. Photography changed the way we remember things. It offers spontaneity and has the ability to capture actual events, a slice of reality. Roland Barthes, a preeminent theorist of photography, said that photograph is the “sovereign contingency,” meaning it is dependent on something else happening.
To imagine a social world before photography, we would have to think of a world without picture IDs; without portraits of ordinary people; one without pictures as souvenirs of travel; one without celebrity pictures; one without advertising photographs; one without X-rays or views of outer space; a world without views of foreign and exotic peoples; one without pictures of sports, wars, and disasters; and one in which the great masses of people had no way to visually record the important events of their lives.
Such a world is unbelievable to us now, and we have photography to thank for all these things: visual souvenirs, portraits of common folk as well as the famous, advertising pictures that have created desire in the public and educated them about all the products the new consumer culture has on offer, medical diagnostic tools, incredible views of exotic places and even of outer space, pictures of the worlds news, and most important, pictures of the events and intimate moments of ones own life.

The technology of photography is part chemical, part optical, and dates from 1839. Soon after its simultaneous invention by William Henry Fox Talbot in England and Louis Jacques Mand Daguerre in France, photography was used to document foreign places of interest such as India, the Holy Land, and the American West. It was also used for portraits with photographs taken of kings, statesman, and theater or literary personalities.

Advertising Photography
Even as Kodak was using advertising to create a market for its cameras, films, and papers, the advertising industry itself turned increasingly to photography during the 20th century. Newspapers as well as the great number of popular magazines (especially in the pre-TV era) were the carriers of most of this print advertising.
The purpose of using high resolution images for advertising was and is to create a desire for the new consumer products available to the public, and then, of course, to sell the products. Although drawings and painted illustrations were featured predominantly in ads during the early part of the century, gradually photography took over, and by the end of the 20th century virtually all visual advertising was photographic. Today, in the 21st century, digital photography has introduced the kinds of fantastic effects impossible in straight photography, further enriching the possibilities of advertising photography and especially Indian pictures.

While half-tone reproductions of photographs had been possible since the 1880s, and magazines and newspapers constantly used them in their editorial pages, before World War I advertisers seldom did. The great shift happened in the 1920s and Miuchuas. By the mid-Miuchuas photographs at least equaled hand-drawn illustrations in print advertising, and have only gained greater dominance since then.
Photography has a great impact on advertising and marketing materials and can make or break your first impression with a potential customer. You know the old saying, A picture says 1000 words? Well that has never been truer than it is today. We are all tech-heads, and we want everything this secondif we have to wait, we become irritated and move on.
Using great photography and high resolution images is a great way to get your message across quickly and say your 1000 words without actually saying any words. It immediately fascinates your audience, and a fascinated audience is more likely to read more of your message.
A concrete impact of photography has been the number of people employed in the industry, particularly after the introduction of 35mm film in the 1920s by the Kodak Company. Photography also meant new employment opportunities as photo reporters and editors, and in photographic agencies and libraries.

AVS Technology Breaks Iron Triangle of Good Fast and Cheap

by Anthony W. Hawks, Chief Legal Officer, e-LYNXX Corporation

AVS Technology is the basic procedural component of any automated solution for buying custom goods and services that must be defined by production or performance specifications at the time of purchase. It includes the following steps:
ENTER vendor attributes
ENTER project specifications
MATCH vendor attributes to project specifications to determine sub-set of qualified vendors
SEND project specifications to sub-set of qualified vendors
RECEIVE a bid response from at least one vendor

When these steps are applied using a computer-operated system, a unique competitive bidding environment can be established where vendors of custom goods and services are now willing to offer their lowest prices to fill idle production capacity. This strategy is called “contribution pricing”. When vendors bid work (even when bidding well below normal rates), any income obtained above out-of-pocket costs “contributes” to fixed costs and overhead and, when absorbed, to their bottom lines.

Prior to AVS Technology, buyers of custom goods and services were faced with the “iron triangle” of quality, timeliness, and cost. Regardless of the industry involved, every procurement or supply chain solution seeks to attract business customers that want to achieve the purchasing trifecta of “good, fast, and cheap.” Before AVS Technology, however, a buyer could only achieve two of these three goals at any one time, not all three simultaneously.

AVS Technology breaks the “iron triangle” because it allows pre-qualified vendors with excess idle capacity to provide an extraordinary low price without risk of establishing future buyer price expectations. In other words, price is no longer tied to quality and timeliness of delivery. This is what makes AVS Technology integral to all current and future e-commerce methods and systems for buying custom goods and services including ERP systems, general supply chain management systems, specialized product or service procurement systems, and even older legacy systems. One such system for organizations with significant buying needs in direct mail, marketing, publications, packaging, labeling and other types of print is currently being offered by American Print Management. Regardless of the industry or buying need, however, all users and providers of such e-commerce methods or systems are required to license AVS Technology if they wish to benefit from this revolutionary innovation.

AVS Technology is unique in creating a controlled bidding environment in which repetitive purchasers of custom goods and services can leverage the open production capacity of their preferred vendors in a way that virtually guarantees “contribution pricing” that is, below normal pricing that seeks primarily to absorb out-of-pocket costs and some level of fixed costs and overhead. This is accomplished by allowing qualified vendors to bid high, low, or not at all (1) without having to consider buyer pricing expectations; (2) without fear of setting either high or low precedent for future bid prices; and (3) without worrying about being denied future bid opportunities for which the vendor is qualified. Freed from these concerns, bidders offer pricing based on their open production capacity at the time each job is bid, knowing that if they bid low this week when they are hungry for work, they are not bound to offer the same low price next week when they are busy with other orders.

The technology is based on a series of patents that the U.S. Patent Office awarded to e-LYNXX Corporation, including Patent No. 6,397,197, Patent No. 7,451,106, post-Bilski Patent No. 7,788,143, and Continuing Application 12/8885,423 (collectively, the “AVS Technology”). This thicket of patents covers all custom goods and services, not just print.

Licensing AVS Technology should be viewed as both a strategic benefit and a legal requirement. Any organization with a computer-operated system that procures custom goods and services, by following the steps outlined in AVS Technology, is required to obtain a license to use (or continue using) the patented procedure protected by AVS Technology. This applies to systems that are developed internally as well as those used through third-party brokers, procurement services and system providers. Organizations should check with their system or service providers to ensure that the system being used is in compliance with AVS Technology licensing requirements.

About e-LYNXX Corporation
e-LYNXX Corporation patented the technology integral to e-commerce. Endorsed by Educational & Institutional Cooperative Purchasing (E&I) and Printing Industries of America (PIA), e-LYNXX drives results through its three divisions. AVS TechnologyTM licenses the patented* automated vendor selection procedure used in e-commerce and procurement systems. American Print Management provides web-based system, services and patented AVS TechnologyTM to reduce substantially the procured costs of direct mail, marketing, publications, packaging, labels and other procured print. Government Print Management offers effective U.S. GPO bid services and strategies. www.e-LYNXX.com 888-876-5432

Screen Sharing to reduce CO2 Gas Emission

The screen sharing technology simply lets you control the mouse and keyboard of one computer while you sit at another computer within the shouting distance or on the other side of the world. This technology is really useful for the business people to cut the travel cost and save time. With screen sharing, you can also help the planet to be healthy by reducing CO2 gas emission.
Help Reduce Carbon Emissions with Screen Sharing

While screen sharing technology is praised for making the completion of everyday business and personal tasks easier and quicker, it is still unknown to many that such a simple solution carries great benefits for the environment. By organizing business and private meetings to be held live over the web, the need to travel for a face-to-face meeting is radically diminished or even removed. The obvious result of such technology is a reduction in CO2 gas emissions and lower levels of air pollution. Another major benefit for the environment in using screen sharing technology is avoiding deforestation. Professionals would now use screen shots and emails instead of taking printouts and documents for face-to-face meetings.

On average, a single ton of paper would be produced from 17 trees. An individual tree is said to produce on average 476,637 sheets of paper.

Now just think about how many companies are using papers everyday for handouts in meetings and for other purposes. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit Report the majority of decision-makers see screen sharing software as a viable alternative to cut CO2 emissions. So by implementing a sustainable carbon-neutral meeting culture, businesses can raise their profile as pioneers. There are numerous web conferencing vendors available in the market that serves its best to the users and our planet as well.

It is now possible to do the right thing for the planet and provide an excellent opportunity for companies to be visibly “green”.

Advantages of Screen Sharing Technology

Helps business people to train workers or update clients
Helps employees to collaborate and share knowledge with other co-worker or colleague from any location
Reduces the hassle of traveling
Saves money and time in traveling
Helps in reducing CO2 emissions
Helps through avoiding deforestation

New IVF technique IMSI at Morpheus ART Fertility Centers

Male fertility is a real problem and there are indications based on reports from fertility treatment registers in several countries that this is increasing. There are many possible reasons for this increase and the most plausible cause could be the increasing exposure to environment factors that are an outcome of unregulated industrialization as well as lifestyle choices. While we are now constantly warned of the effects of the constant plundering of the environment with visuals of floods and crashing icebergs, we are often oblivious of the reproductive effects of environmental pollution. One example is the evidence that has accumulated over the years into the link between sperm defects and exposure to lead which is an ingredient of common chemicals such as paints that we are exposed to on a daily basis. There are also indications of the toxic effect of agricultural chemicals such as DDT which is widely available and used in India despite a government ban. What is not clear however is the exact mechanism of action of these toxicants on the male reproductive system and modern technology does not allow us to directly link a sperm defect in any individual to a particular substance in the environment. Similarly lifestyle choices and their effects on our health are not surprising. Research does point to the toxic effects of individual lifestyle choices such as tobacco chewing and the indirect effects of decreased physical activity leading to obesity and its possible associated impact on sperm production. But it is sometimes too early to come to a conclusion as the widely publicized and controversial American study on the effects of mobile telephone signals on sperm production in rats was not easily accepted by the wider scientific community.

However research into treatment of this challenging condition has been continuing and has resulted in revolutionary new possibilities. ICSI or intracytoplasmic sperm injection had revolutionized the treatment of male fertility with the ability to use the sperm from men who have had trouble conceiving due to poor quality sperm that had defects in movement, were too few in number or had other problems not detectable by conventional microscopy. In this technique sperm are picked up with a micro-needle and placed within the oocyte. The union of the egg and sperm take place and viable embryos grow out of this union. These embryos are then deposited in the uterus resulting in healthy births in a high percentage of patients. It is reported that thousands of cases have been performed since that path breaking moment in Brussels when sperm were first successfully injected into the center of a human egg. But it has never been entirely clear whether the entire natural sequence of events leading to fertilization is being repeated after ICSI is performed. However the results in terms of live births have been encouraging and as a result there is a definite trend towards increasing use of these techniques. The European society for human reproduction and embryology in its annual reports point to this trend and it is assumed that this increase is both due to an increasing incidence of male fertility as well as increasing confidence in the outcome of this technique.

Another remarkable extension of this technique was when the first successful pregnancies were reported after the use of sperm that were surgically removed from the testes of men who do not have sperm in the semen. Although there were initial concerns about the plausibility of gaining healthy live babies from sperm that are still developing in the testes, the results over the years have given immense confidence to the medical community. As a result thousands of males who could not have imagined having a child have undergone the testicular sperm extraction procedure followed by ICSI and have children of their own.

But sperm pathologies have continued to remain a challenge and ongoing research has yielded few answers to the reason why many men fail to conceive despite all these advanced techniques and seemingly normal partners. There is plenty of evidence to show that genetic defects in the sperm could result in a form of self selection such that these genetically abnormal sperm fail to initiate or complete the sequence of events leading to a healthy embryo. These gene defects are not visible in a normal microscope nor can any sperm that has been exposed to tests to determine the presence of these defects be used for ICSI as these techniques are destructive to the cells. The only test that has shown a relationship to potential is the structural appearance of the sperm cells. These defects can be of numerous types with defects observed in the head, neck or tail of these cells. This simple test of observation is used during the ICSI technique while trying to select out sperm from among the millions of cells. As mentioned above, the most normal looking sperm are selected out using a microscopic size needle at a magnification level 200 times normal. But the power of this selection method is impeded by the magnification level that is achievable by the equipment that is designed for ICSI. This has led to researchers trying to more efficiently perform ICSI by discerning the various structural abnormalities that would not be visible with conventional technology.

A group of researchers in Israel first published their work on the IMSI (Intra-cytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection) technique in 2005 and this study was subsequently supported by clinical studies showing its efficacy in groups of patients with extremely severe sperm defects. In this advancement over ICSI, the sperm can be more closely examined reaching magnification levels more than 7000 times. Looking at sperm at this magnification shows defects in sperm head that cannot be seen in conventional microscopes used for ICSI. This has been an exciting new development and numerous births have been reported from extreme cases of male infertility.

Research into male fertility continues with some researchers taking up the challenge of finding methods of treatment in males whose testes do not have capacity to produce any sperm. There have been attempts in other species to create sperm cells from embryo stem cells but modern science is a long way from achieving this successfully with human cells. Until then ICSI and its more advanced version IMSI will be the answer to thousands of couples frequenting fertility clinics for treatment of sperm related problems that are not amenable to medicines or surgery.

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