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General Security Awareness Training (gsat) Deadline 19/01/09

Monday, January 28th, 2013

General Security Awareness Training (GSAT) Announcement:General Security Awareness Training (<a href="javascript:void(0);">GSAT</a>) is a requirement for all staff requiring unescorted access to Restricted Zone (RZ). From the 19th January 2009 those staff members who require a full pass must be able to produce evidence that they have performed all the obligations and demands of GSAT requirements otherwise their pass will be suspended.GSAT Distance Learning:Insight 2 have been ...
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Unique Features that leading Web Hosts Are Now Offering

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

Some web hosts are offering more than others for the same price or even for a lower price. There is no denying the fact that as competition increases amongst web hosting services, many are looking for ways and means to stand out and be different from their competitors. The result is that web hosting service standards are constantly on the rise and webmasters are constantly enjoying amazing new features that were previously not there. Let us take a look at a few that some web hosts are now ...
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The Importance Of Internet For Real Estate Professionals

Friday, January 25th, 2013

The Internet has become a fixture of our day to day lives. Gone are the times when a computer and a broadband connection were luxury items. More and more people are relying on the web to learn information about the real estate process, as well as the market conditions, and to look at listings. Keeping this in mind, it is important for any real estate professional to understand why the internet is so vital to today's business climate, and why choosing not to get involved would diminish their ...
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Using The Web: Search Engines, Directories And Safety, Part 1

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Next, we'll be learning about directories and portals and protecting your safety on the Internet. Now that you've mastered the search, you can make your life even easier by letting someone else do the work for you - directories and portals. Directories and portals are sort of a simpler form of search engine. A directory divides items and information into categories to make it easier to find. A portal does the same thing, but it will often display feature items or news stories that it thinks ...
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Greimex Ltd - Bird Security Expert [the Ultimate in Security Products] All Protection

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

Greimex Ltd., newly incorporated in 2003, main objective is to supply safe and secure equipment, products, accessories for environmental, industrial and business purposes to the local as well as foreign market.We represent the interest of Fingertech Technologies, a Chinese manufacturer and exporter who is specialized in Researching and Developing products with Fingerprint Identification Technology and Smart card applications Technology Our US partner , Acroprint has had, since 1969, a tradition ...
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Do you know your Outlook Express?

Friday, January 18th, 2013

Outlook express is an email client that comes bundled with Windows 95 and higher and facilitates home users to access their e mails by dialing to an internet service provider.Outlook express is the primary e- mail client for most e mail needs. Every morning, office goers around the world begin their day with outlook express. They reach their workstations, sign into their account and download their emails. It's business as usual. But some times everything doesn't go as planned. The outlook ...
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starting your own hosting

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

Starting Own Hosting There are four things to consider for starting a own hosting: 1) Hardware and software tools. 2) Hosting a server. 3) Bandwidth Transfer. 4) Mail Server. Familiarity with the latest Hardware, software and platforms: It is very important to be familiar with the hardware and software that needs to be installed on the servers. For example IIS when using Windows 2003 server is something we will need to be very familiar with, if we are going to be hosting sites on a Windows ...
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7 Business Advantages of Offering Data Security

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

7 Business Advantages Of Offering Data Security 1. Protection of Valuable InformationValuable information must be protected. Information is one of the most valuable assets of any enterprise, no matter what kind of product you are developing to handle it: a custom software or in-house automation solution. Its protection is a vital part of IT infrastructure. Make your life easier by integrating security into the solution.visit at http://online-typingwork.blogspot.com2. Keeping Ahead of ...
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PC Enclosures Needed For The Ultimate In Computer Security

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Many businesses are now using the standard office computer in factory facilities, to control production. The problem is a standard computer, no matter if it's a desktop or tower is not designed for anything else but an office. Once you remove the computer from its safe office environment, it is extremely venerable, no air conditioning just dirt, dust, fluid and abuse. When businesses issue computers to the shop floor, they have two options; to purchase and install dedicated Industrial ...
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Internet Marketing

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

When it comes to internet marketing, traditional web site optimization (SEO) still stands as the holy grail, but an increasing number of small and medium sized business owners, facing the prospect of high SEO fees, are just now beginning to turn to an alternative promotional method that is generating consistent and quantifiable results at a fraction of the cost. LOS ANGELES, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2005 - The cost of SEO, at least when it comes to highly competitive keyword phrases, ...
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Analyze of the Growth Industry of Security

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Promotional gifts distributed today may not always be what they seem to be. Not so long ago, a ball point pen arrived in the morning mail. It looked like an advertisement and, of course, it was. A covering letter, however, pointed out that pens of that kind may be transmitters. They may be designed to enable strangers outside the building to listen to private conversations. Imagine what that could do in a hostile take-over bid situation! The pen will not always come by post. It would probably ...
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Internet Payment Solutions - Need One?

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

So your business has expanded to reach the point where you need to find an effective Internet payment solution? The first option to consider is applying for a merchant account. If your business enjoys a solid credit history, pays its bills on time, and avoids controversial dealings, your application should be approved without a hitch. Then you can set up a company Website where you can sell more products and services and let customers pay with a credit card online. This Internet payment ...
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Exploiting The Internet As Money Machine!

Monday, January 7th, 2013

The internet is the greatest money machine in these days. Google, Yahoo, Amazon or Ebay have achieved a higher market capitalization than many traditional brick and mortar companies. Google has grown within a few year to a value of more than $77 billions. How is most of the money made? The big search engines make most of the money with advertisement revenues. Google Adwords and Overture are the leading cash machines. Other search engines and directories also rely on advertisement revenues. ...
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Exit Devices: Von Duprin Changes the Face of Commercial Security

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

Exit devices are crucial pieces of hardware on commercial doors. Exit devices, also known as panic bars or crash bars, are mechanisms used for opening doors quickly. Crash bars supplement or replace standard door knobs or handles/levers.  They make a hands-free exit from inside possible while allowing the door to remain locked from the outside.  They allow for quick escape in emergencies (hence the name panic bars.)  When the first Von Duprin exit device debuted in the early 1900's, no one ...
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The Affiliate Allstar review

Friday, January 4th, 2013

1. What is The Affiliate Allstar? The Affiliate Allstar is written by an ex-janitor, Aaron Johnson. It teaches you the techniques of making money through online affiliate marketing. The home page of The Affiliate Allstar looks plain and dull. Aaron does not put up pictures of himself living in a mansion or driving luxury cars. There is also no "Make Money 15 minutes from now" type of slogan. As such, many people get turned off Aaron does not promise easy money. Instead, he spills the truth by ...
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The Kubotan, Maximum Security In The Palm Of Your Hand

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

The Kubotan, or self defense keychain as it is sometimes called, can give piece of mind at a minimal investment because it gives its handler maximum security right in the palm of their hand. Kubotans are carried by thousands of people. They are used by law enforcement officials, experienced martial artists and regular people alike to subdue would be attackers, quickly and effectively with little or no technical training. Kubotans are small, usually measuring around 5.5 to six inches and can be ...
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