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3 Ways To Make Your Graphic Resume Truly Shine

Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Resumes might be the first impression a potential employer has of you, but that’s no reason for them to be boring. If you work in a creative industry, injecting a bit of your personality and ability to think outside the box can be a very effective way to show off your skills. There’s no better way to illustrate your story than in the form of a graphic resume, so jump right in and use these tips to make your history and objectives truly shine. Work Within Your Industry Although graphic resumes work best for those in creative...

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Selective Hearing Or A Deeper Problem? How Your Teen’s Habits Could Be Causing Hearing Loss

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

While you may assume that your teen is choosing to ignore you (it’s that age after all), their detachment could actually be related to hearing problems. This may be a surprise since hearing loss is often related to old age. However, an article in The Globe and Mail says that studies are showing an increasing amount of teens with hearing loss. While the studies were conducted with U.S. Adolescents, Gael Hannan, a program manager at the Hearing Foundation of Canada, says that teen habits across the border are probably similar....

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Why CB Radios Are Seeing A Surge In Popularity

Posted by on Feb 4, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When most people think of CB radios, they probably think about truckers and polyester bell bottoms. CB’s were once one of the most popular methods for keeping in touch when a telephone wasn’t available, and while they have remained fairly popular among truck drivers, they haven’t really been in use as much among the general public. Cell phones have pretty much replaced the need for CB radios in many households and vehicles across the country, but don’t be so quick to say “goodbye” to the CB radio forever....

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4 Office Phone Upgrades To Make Work Easier

Posted by on Jan 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Communicating with employees, clients, and other businesses is essential for any business to run properly. When you make your business hard to contact, you can miss out on a lot of potential deals or profits. This is why many businesses chose to have professional telephone systems installed. Not only will these systems log calls, create digital voice mails, and supply employees with multiple lines, but they can be enhanced with additional features. The following four features will make the daily workday easier, improve the flow of the office,...

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Common Computer Problems And Potential Fixes

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Computers are an integral part of our every day lives and it’s not uncommon for panic to set in when they start to act up, as they sometimes do. When your computer starts to act up, you don’t need to panic. Often times the problem plaguing your computer can be easily fixed by you, without you ever having to call in a computer repair professional. Learning what the most common computer problems are and how to fix them can save you hundred or thousands of dollars.  Computer is Running Slow/Odd When your computer starts to...

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Commercial Security Systems: 5 Features That Help You Avoid False Alarms With Motion Sensors

Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

With the invention of motion sensors, commercial security systems have heightened, and benefited from being able to detect intruders who have the capability of bypassing the alarms. Although effective, motion sensors are prone to false alarms with an alarming 75% of all false alarms attributed to motion sensors going off when they shouldn’t. False alarms can be caused by power surges, lightning, and even faulty equipment; however, at times, motion sensors are designed to be so precise that even the slightest motions cause the...

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Four Tips For Setting Up Home Office Security Cameras

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Running a home office often involves a lot of expensive computer equipment, cash boxes, and valuable information. Keeping that information protected should be a priority for any business owner. One of the best ways to monitor and protect a home office is with security cameras. Attaching a security camera to the upper corner of a room is not enough. Taking the proper precautions ahead of time can help secure the office and get the most out of your surveillance system. Home Office Lighting Pointing a security camera directly at a window may...

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