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541: Why Companies Should Consider Leasing Computers and Technology
Many companies are not aware of the significant benefits related to acquisition financing in computers and technology segments. The proper term for this type of financing is ' Technology lifecycle management '. Most business owners simply consider the following question: 'Should I buy or lease my firms new computers and software and related products and services?'

542: XML - Advantages of XML Conversion
XML - Extensible Markup Language. It is a collection of rules for encoding data, information, documents electronically. But the question is why we use XML document?

543: Documents Exchange Between EDI and ERP Systems
Exchanging documents between EDI Systems and ERP Systems is a common task done daily by thousands of companies all over the world who trades electronically. Thirty years ago when companies first started to trade using dial up modems and computer power wasn't strong enough, exchanging documents was a complicated task which needed huge investments on I.T., planning and execution.

544: Blue Screen Problems - How to Prevent Blue Screen Problems Caused by Low System Resource
Have you ever encountered blue screen problems? When you are using computer smoothly, blue screen comes up abruptly. It is really bothering and even head ache for many users. Sometimes it is OK to restart computer but it does not work under some circumstances. Like any other malfunction, blue screen can be divided into aspects: hardware and software. Now, I would like to introduce some methods to fix them in the regard of software and low system resource in particular.

545: Benefits of Using 3D CAD Design - 3D Modeling Compared to 2D Method
Key benefits include simplicity, automation and interactive analysis. Integrating CAD systems with Enterprise Resource Planning systems create highly efficient design process across organization.

546: Increase Your Career Potential With Java
Java is a true application leader. Used throughout the world in a wide range of software, web applications and hardware, good quality Java developers will always be in high demand. This article discusses why Java is a good career choice for graduates, students and current programming professionals.

547: Simple Tips to Increase Computer Speed
Computers can become slow over time even without an infection from a virus. Use some of these tips to easily clear files, defragment your drive, and perform organizational techniques which will increase speed.

548: No Memory Space Error in Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-H10
The camera stores data on Sony Memory Sticks (Duo, Pro-Duo, Pro Duo high speed, Pro-HG Duo) and it's 31MB internal memory. When either of these memories are full, one comes across errors and photos tend to get lost or deleted.

549: StayCharged Batteries - A New Development in Recharging Technology
StayCharged batteries are Duracell's new range of rechargeable batteries that represent a significant step forward in power cell technology. Standard rechargeable batteries suffer from one major flaw - once charged, if they are not used immediately, they begin to lose power. Most rechargeable batteries will lose their charge entirely after just two or three weeks. This means that they cannot be stored for any length of time, which reduces their convenience value.

550: Cloud Computing - What is It?
What is cloud computing and does it mark an end to the internet as we know it? Could cloud computing end piracy, could it stop viruses, could it connect us even more to the internet?

551: Reasons That You Cant Open Your Yahoo Mail
Yahoo Mail is one of the best free email providers. However, no matter how great Yahoo is, there are times that you will not be able to access their service due to various reasons.

552: Life Is Easier With Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a useful device feature provided in various modern gadgets such as cell phones, laptops and so on. Just transfer what file you want to send with this feature and you will not pay extra money for the benefit of this feature. It is very useful, right?

553: Computer Maintenance Guidelines
You may not realize it, but your computer and your car have something in common: they both need regular maintenance. No, you don't need to change your computer's oil. But you should be updating your software, keeping your antivirus subscription up to date, and checking for spy ware. Read on to learn what you can do to help improve your computer's security.

554: How to Learn to Touch Type
I worked as a software developer for several years before finally getting around to learning to touch type - up until then I did the same old two-finger shuffle I still see many of my colleagues doing today. Yet considering how pervasive computers have become both at home and in the office, it's a skill you can no longer afford to do without. And once you learn you'll wonder how you ever managed to do without being able to look at the screen or your source material when typing, rather than visually hunting for the keys.

555: Digital Video Broadcasting and Statistical Multiplexing
The biggest advantage of digital broadcasting is efficient use of radio-frequency spectrum. An additional way to save the bandwidth or increase the quality of the services is to use statistical multiplexing.

556: Information on Transcription Machines
Many professions use transcription machines in order to turn spoken word in a hard copy document. From court reporters to medical transcriptionists, machines for transcription are a necessity in order to track meetings, courtroom hearings and other instances of spoken word.

557: How to Shop For the Best Negative Film Scanner
It's time to graduate from clunky darkrooms and photo shop huts to the world of negative film scanners. You're sick of dealing with all the bother of getting high-quality photography done the hard way.

558: Managed Service Providers and Virtualization
In September of 2007, former Gartner analyst Theresa Lanowitz wrote in the Virtualization Journal that virtualization was "the leading technology of the 21st century. I was not really convinced, but now I totally throw my support behind that statement. The implications of being able to run multiple OSs on one physical box is amazing not only to the large enterprise, but also for the geek home-user who is constantly reminded about "all those PCs all over the house".

559: What is Internet Protocol For?
The Internet Protocol (IP) is the basis upon which all other Internet protocols operate. IP provides the basic mechanism for the forwarding of data between two computers on separate networks.

560: Online Video - Set Entertainment Free
In order to create a sustaining business model online, video and content producers need to be able to monetize their content in a manner separate and apart from the host of their content. The host can not control the content in order for a viable financial model to control. That model is failing.

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