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I can’t believe how time flies so fast. It’s already October and before you know it, the year-end festivities are again here! Now that the holiday season is coming, it’s probably time to start in your shopping list for gifts and stuff that you’ll need. As for me, I’ll probably buy some books or toys for my daughter and a…
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Before computers were created, I can’t imagine how large organizations and companies managed their resources. Just imagine those zoos, hospitals, universities, manufacturing plants and other big facilities. For sure, they spent a lot of manpower and resources just keeping track of and managing their assets, schedules, work orders and facilities.
How often do you use public WiFi hotspots? Do you know that using an unsecured hotspot poses a risk for you? Oftentimes, unscrupulous individuals target users of unsecured WiFi hotspots. They can track which sites you’re visiting and harvest the information that you use in logging on those sites.
With the advent of technology, most companies already implemented computerized system of inventory which results to real-time reporting of the status and levels of inventories. While some companies still rely on manual counting of inventories, a computerized system (especially on large supermarkets) gives the management more real-time assessment of the levels of inventory which can help them decide on the measures that they will undertake (ordering, purchasing, even selling at a discount).