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Job Training Goes Online

Training and development experts claim that “more than one-third of all job training in 2009 was done electronically.” Many companies have reduced their training budgets in response to the uncertainty in today’s economy. Online training programs have allowed companies to save money that they formerly spent to send their employees to outside training facilities.
Josh Bersin, president and CEO of a California-based consulting firm, said that 35 to 40 percent of all training for his employees is now done online. This figure represents about a 5 percent increase from the previous year. Virtual classrooms often present a more efficient learning experience than traditional ones, because there are so many technology-based tools available online that enhance a student’s experience and understanding of material.
The use of technology and online training has grown tremendously in the past decade. In 2002, only 15 percent of companies used any form electronic technology to train their employees. Now, 37 percent of an employee’s training involves electric technology and 28 percent of training is conducted online as detailed by the 2010 State of the Industry Report released by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). Live training between an employer and a new-hire now makes up just 59 percent of an employee’s total training process.
Among companies surveyed by the ASTD, $126 billion was spent on job training last year. This number is 6 percent less than the previous year, but the average amount of money spent on training per employee has actually remained about the same. This year’s estimate reflects a smaller workforce due to increased unemployment rates.
Tony Bingham, ASTD president and CEO, said that the results of the report “demonstrate that executives and business leaders know their investments in employee learning and development are keys to survival, recovery and future growth.”…

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Why Brainwave Technology Is Superior To Hypnosis Training

Hypnosis training involves acquiring knowledge on how you can use your mind control techniques to convince another person or a group, e.g. to agree with you, in case of an argument. This can also be well be applied in advertising of the products whereby you will have to convince them to buy your this could be argued as an old fashioned way of winning the trust of the others and intimidating. As with improvement in technology it influence can be termed as short term as new methods which are more reliable have been developed. And the influence you had on a personal is more likely to be threatened or replaced.
Hypnosis only concentrates on getting the information to the subconscious part of the brains without offering the much needed help. Unlike hypnosis, Brainwave mind control technique can be termed as the one expected to have a long term effect. Besides give out information and persuading, it offers solution to the individuals such as how they can an addiction. This goes a long way to fulfilling their emotion vacuum hence you can consider it as the most effective way. It’s the most advantageous of the two as in a later date you will need little effort to get things your way.
Brainwave persuasion is what advertising agencies such as the TV use. They are always will to spend millions as the known million will fall for their advertisements hence resulting to more sales. If you happen to employ this tactics you are granted to succeed and have an upper hand than your competitors. This goes a long way to improving on how you interacting with people making your work easy. The end results are more profit if you’re in business, excelling in your career and improved relationships
You can use the art of persuasion and it power of mind changing to lay a ground for a successive business. This is possible as you will convince the customers that they are getting the best of the deals. This can’t be possible with hypnosis as it deals squarely with giving information only. The technology has proved that they make customer feels in control which is not the case with hypnosis whereby they only view themselves as customers. With the right technology your communication skills will be upgraded enabling you to handle arguments in an understanding and mature way. These enhance the relationship with the rest which will result in a big win for both.
Some people may take sometimes to make a decision hence a second persuasion is what is needed for them to comply.hypnosis training don’t offer this opportunity hence brainwave technology comes in handy. This gives them a sense of freedom and they will make it their responsibility to make the business successful without feeling being conned. This builds their confidence and at this point it is easy to persuade them to do whatever you wish done. As human being are created to like what others like hence it is good to parade your big number of your customers as this will attract many more.…

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The Arguably Civilised Mankind

The Civilised Mankind
The concept of evolution is usually taught in school and so is the history of mankind. If my memory serves me well, they start with the pre-historic man and explain how over time he invented the wheel and fire and gradually became what we are now. Over these years, it is not just man that has evolved and changed, it is also his society that has changed. I do believe that I one should not lose touch with their roots as they bear us afterall. I often wonder if the way we are evolving is heading for good or bad. Having said that, who is to tell what is good and what is bad. According to Hinduism, time is divided into four eras and we are in the fourth one called ‘Kali Yuga’. This is the period in which morals will be at their lowest and the rulers will not care about their subjects anymore; people will commit murder for no reason and still justify; people will explicitly show animosity towards each other etc. This belief is also a good prompt for me to probe into where mankind is heading, atleast in my head.
Years back, when I was in school, I remember entering a poster competition and to tell you the truth my mom made the poster and it was her idea. She drew a man just covering his modesty roasting an animal he killed to eat and another man in hunting outfit and a gun killing an animal for the fun of it. The caption was ‘Who Is Civilised?’ and it was appreciated so much and I took all the credit! So many years later, this question still bothers me.
Years back, man recognised that he cannot be self sustained as the natural resources in this world are distributed and not everything is available everywhere. He then introduced the barter system where he would exchange his surplus for something he does not have. Possibly because the value of each item is only as much as it is perceived by the buyer, he came up with the concept of money. Some say ‘God made man; man made money, money made man mad’. How true this can be, I wonder. We created boundaries for ourselves and called them countries; then created money and attached ‘value’ to it and because of this perceived value for the printed paper some countries are deemed rich and some poor. It is a shame that on one side of the world we have people getting into fine dining restaurants, social drinking and partying while several people are dying of drought in another part of the world. Somalia for instance had a thriving civilisation and the country was strong enough to fight foreign invasion four times. It was finally defeated and like most other colonies, eventually gained independence. In the name of power and in the name of development of a portion of the world population, several are left to suffer. I wonder if the world would have let such a drought happen and people suffer in the Arab countries because afterall, rest of the world needs the oil so that makes it important to ‘support’ and ‘befriend’ these countries. Is mankind moving to a state where we do something if and only if we benefit from it?
I was appalled by some news I heard while watching a local Indian channel. It reported that some elephants have been bothering a few campers in a forest in a hilly region and they have been destroying their camps and scaring away people. The students who were camping were complaining about the elephant attack. When you go to a forest, what do you expect to see other than wild animals? If they were scared of elephants imagine how intimidated the elephants would have been seeing humans in their home. We encroach their place and expect to be welcomed and this makes me wonder if humans want only human race to flourish. It is time for us to realise that it is impossible for us alone to survive as it defies nature’s laws.
I am not a scholar by any means but my understanding of various religions is that they all suggest that people should not develop hatred, instead they should love each other and be tolerant to all. It is true that over the years, mankind has made more attempts to understand nature better and using the newly gained knowledge has also made ‘inventions’ that have been beneficial to the society. However, man’s desire to explain everything with science seems to mean that some refuse to accept religion or God saying it to lack scientific explanation. A simple example from my religion is how it says one should abstain from sex with anyone other than …

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Cutting the Fiber Optic Wire

Fiber optics technology can be considered as one of the greatest revolutions in the communication field. The first application for the fiber optics technology was based on the theory presented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1800s. The theory stated that the light can carry the voice recording through the wiring’s use.
In 1970s, the minute glass tubing was created by the Corning Glass Works. The people could use this glass tubing as the wave guide for transmitting the information by using the light media. This invention then was largely used not only in United States but also in the world. By the middle 1990s, the telecommunications industry then replaced the conventional copper wire with the fiber optic cable.
You probably are including to the people who also use this wire in your home. To apply this wire, you sometimes need to adjust the wire and need to cut the wire. You will find cutting the fiber optic wire is similar in cutting the conventional cable with little difference. Since the difficulty level is moderate, you can do it by yourself in your home. You will need some things like the metal scissors, sharp knife, wire strippers, gloves, and the wire cutters.
The first thing you should do is removing the outer wire jacket by using the sharp blade or the wire strippers. You should cut through the jacket material then you pull off the jacket. You will find the Kevlar fibers protruding and the coated wires with the glass fiber tubing when you remove the jacket.
After that, you should twist Kevlar fibers to the strand like the rope with your finger. You need to snip the fibers with the metal scissors. The next thing you need to do is scoring the glass tubing with the sharp knife. This will help you to make the scratch on the glass tubing to mark the place where you will cut. Use your fingertips to hold the cable so you can score the tubing. After that, you bend the glass tubing which is exposed and break it off cleanly. You can snip the remaining wire with the wire cutters.…

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Hackers, Hackers EVERYWHERE!

Personal information is constantly at risk at any given time. We often get discouraged by the fact that usernames and passwords are being stolen, codes are being cracked, viruses are spreading, and spam is out of control. Everyone has been a victim to at least one of these internet hassles, the most common being spam. Hackers look for vulnerable users and corporate networks to attack.
Security and Privacy are top concerns for everyone in the technology world. Google, in general, and Google Apps specifically, takes these two concerns as a top priority. Google builds its business with user’s trust as the main focus. User’s trust Google’s ability to completely secure the data that users are storing and sharing; and in Google’s commitment to respecting the privacy of the information that is placed in its systems.
Your data belongs to you.
A common misperception with the Google Cloud is that it is not secure enough to hold personal or private information such as medical issues, social security numbers, bank information, etc.. But there is a reason why the city of Los Angeles, Washington D.C and 4 million other businesses trust Google with their information, Google Apps has dozens of security features that are put in place to ensure that your data is safe and confidential. You control what you share and whom you share it with. Your work is automatically backed up and always available no matter where you are. Google stores its information in data centers around the world making along it nearly impossible to hack. So if your computer is stolen or crashes, you can be up and running again within seconds (on a different computer, of course!).
Google Apps includes two layers of security with authentication, which protects your data from hackers that can steal your username and passwords. Another misunderstanding about file security is that it is safer to have files on an external drive than in the cloud, this is incorrect because it is much easier to get information stolen if it is in physical form whereas it is nearly impossible for a hacker to steal from the heavily guarded and extremely secure cloud network. Google’s security team does not rest, they have employees working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Google is constantly improving ways to better security. It doesn’t get any better than that!
Place Your Trust in Google!…