Category Archives: Tips & Tricks

IT Training Needs For Insurance Professionals

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Information Technology is now being used in every walk of life. Insurance Service Organizations are among the biggest users of IT. It is a challenge for Insurance Companies to keep their manpower updated on IT knowledge so that they can make best use of IT deployment. It is often seen that huge amount of money is spend on implementing a technology and at a later time found that either this was not the one needed or it […]

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The Many Uses of a Biochemistry Analyzer

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A biochemistry analyzer is a term which can refer to any number of different instruments used to analyze and measure the characteristics of various samples from biological sources. All types of biochemistry analyzer are commonly used in life sciences laboratories and medical settings, where they provide data which is essential for a wide range of research, diagnostic and even product development applications (such as in the pharmaceutical industry). The study of the chemical processes which go on […]

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How to Procure the Lowest Rates For Florida Homeowners Insurance

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What drives up the rates of Florida Homeowners Insurance? According to the Florida department of insurance here are but a few of the driving forces: Increased Reinsurance Costs of insurers Premium reductions from the full implementation of mitigation discounts Fraud and Inflated Claims Erroneous or fraudulent wind mitigation credits at the retail level Replacement cost methodology Reported sinkhole claims Catastrophic Assessment fees applied due to 2004-05 hurricanes These increased cost and claim payouts by insurers affect the […]

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Factors to Consider When Choosing Your Hematology Analyzer

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Medical laboratories depend on different types of lab devices to deliver accurate test results within a short span of time. A hematology analyzer is an indispensable instrument which is used for the analysis of blood cells and count, segregation of white blood cells, identification of abnormal cells, and evaluation of other bodily fluids and platelets. Hematology Lab Equipment Purchase – Points to Remember When buying a hematology analyzer for your clinical laboratory needs, it is important to […]

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Are Virtual Receptionist Services the Right Call for Your Business?

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Interested in exploring the world of virtual receptionists and not sure where to start? Good news, you've got some great options out there! When exploring your virtual receptionist options, first things first, you'll need some background to help you decide if automated or live calls services are right for you. Not very long ago, there were really only a couple options for small businesses or other organizations with offices to choose from for dealing with callers. Today, […]

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The Pros and Cons of Office Automation

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By definition, office automation is the use of technology in order to create, store and manipulate information within an organization. With that said, you can expect the transfer of information from one department to the other to be more accurate compared to having a human handler. If used in areas where information is extremely important, this system can prove to be very helpful. An example of a critical area for accurate information transfer would be a medical […]

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Converting Manual Bookkeeping to a Computerized System

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If converting a manual bookkeeping system to a computerized system, the conversion will take a bit more time than just starting fresh because it needs to be sure the new system starts with information that matches the current books. The process for entering the initial data varies depending on the software chosen. To ensure that properly convert bookkeeping system, use the information that comes with the software; read through the manual, review the startup suggestions made to […]

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About Vent-Free Gas Logs And Fireplaces

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What you should know before you buy vent-free gas logs. A ventless appliance of any kind will have an efficiency rating of 99.9% because they burn so clean. A vent-free gas log is fairly simple in the way they work. By precisely mixing the gas going into the burner with oxygen from the room will create a complete combustion therefore resulting in an efficient clean burn. This technology dates back to 1980 when the first vent-free space […]

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Drywall Repair Questions Answered by a Professional

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Before choosing a drywall contractor here are a few answers to questions I commonly get asked in the drywall industry. Question: I have water damage to my drywall, is it still good? Does it have to be replaced? Answer: Water can come from many different sources in your home. Roof leaks, air handlers, dishwashers you name it. Drywall is a surprisingly resilient product when it comes to water and can withstand a great deal of water before […]

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Methods of Computer Networking

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Computer networks can be classified into three broad categories. Local area network (LAN) A local area network remains defined in a reliably small space. It is useful in providing services to a small number of people. Networks in small offices, and homes are some examples of LAN. Small office and home networks are also peer-to-peer networks where minimum resource is used and each client shares their resources with other workstations in the network. Another LAN is a […]

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