Can You Benefit from the Mail.Dat Standard?...

Apr 30, 2014 by

The first thing that any business should know about Mail.Dat is that it is not a type of software system. Instead, it is a type of data format standard that is used to communicate data that describes the actual mailing composition. The data is useful for a number of applications, which can prove extremely beneficial to businesses, including: * Scheduling appointments for drop ship * Postal acceptance and payment * Reports and labels for mail production * Logistics planning The Mail.Dat format has now been adopted throughout the industry, ensuring that it is possible to receive and send data that describes particular mailings without needing to have it translated to the specific formatting specifications. What Mail.Dat Looks Like The standard for Mail.dat defines a detailed record format for a specific set of files that,...

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Is A Mobile Conference Application Something For Social Network Fun; Or, Serious Business?...

Apr 2, 2014 by

For many in business (especially businesses that operate in different Countries on different Continents); the conference call is no novelty and has been around for quite a long time. It started over the good old fashioned land line telephones and spread further afield when intercontinental satellite phone calls appeared. Call quality was not always perfect and, like any conversation where you do not see who you are talking to; it sometimes got a bit muddled knowing whose turn it was to speak. It was also on the costly side especially if not handled correctly. I remember once sitting in Houston paying for a conference call that ended up with 2 of my guys in one building in England talking to each other for an hour over a transatlantic link! Fibre Optics And Video Once...

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