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Axis Capital Group, Singapore: Oil Analysis and the Heavy Equipment

Oct 20, 2014

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Axis Capital Group, based in Singapore, is a company that sells and rents construction capital equipment from cranes to excavators and related heavy construction equipment throughout Southeast Asia such as KL Malaysia, Bangkok Thailand, Jakarta Indonesia and many more.   The complete oil analysis process has been discovered to be pretty beneficial for maintenance of heavy equipment. One cannot disagree to the fact that maintenance acts as a key role in defining how long specific heavy equipment will last and how one is going to avoid complaints in the future. And oil analysis helps construction site owners do precisely that. It reliefs them in finding out what is best for their heavy equipment as a result, expanding its durability.   Machine Conditioning Monitoring has developed as one of the latest trends in the whole heavy equipment maintenance affair. Established on oil analysis, this system, although not obligatory, has been established to hold an important position nonetheless. Heavy equipment goes through a lot in the entire construction business. It is the heavy equipment that are imperiled to intense working circumstances, going through all the bumpy patches in order to finished a construction project on time. In such a condition, oil analysis can develop as a noteworthy contributor to the entire maintenance process of the equipment and increase its durability.   An successful oil analysis can demonstrate to be of great help in not just defining the assets of the construction equipment, but then again to prove to be important in putting a leash on abrupt failures, intensifying both productivity and longevity. Oil analysis takes aspects, like viscosity, water, fuel dilution, soot, wear metals and the like into account for its purpose. This is vital, as it is this procedure that will help regulate the next step that is to be taken in the whole maintenance process.   It consequently, would not be fraud to determine that the oil analysis does demonstrate to be a significant aspect in the whole maintenance procedure of heavy equipment. Not just does it guarantee the optimal utilization of the equipment then again furthermore adds to the entire longevity factor of the equipment.     Reference: http://www.buzznet.com/groups/axiscapitalgrp/main/ https://plus.google.com/107378458895668598415/posts

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Categories: Environment,

Financial Tips Corliss Group online magazine: Put Yourself in Potential Investors

Oct 20, 2014

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When it comes to securing investment, the overwhelming challenge for most entrepreneurs comes from trying to determine how to make a convincing pitch. Fortunately, it does not have to be that difficult.   As an entrepreneur and MBA who was schooled in traditional investment raising, I have always been told that to find investment capital for your business, you needed a comprehensive business plan, detailing (among other things) S.W.O.T. (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats), operations and marketing plans, and financial models showing projections, cash flow, return on investment, risk analysis, etc.   These days, I am working on a new startup idea with Startup.SC, a South Carolina startup business incubator that focuses on scalable technology companies. What I have learned over the past few weeks is that although there is no exact formula for successfully developing a pitch, start by asking yourself this simple question:   If you were an investor, what would you want to see in a pitch?   Quite simply, put yourself in the shoes of the investors you are pitching and focus on these things:   1. Customer acquisition, not revenue.   More than revenue projections, investors want to know how you are going to capture and retain customers. In a roundabout way, it is essentially the same thing (both deal with revenue), but while revenue projections can be formulaic and are for the most part completely pulled from the air, what speaks to investors is a clear, effective and executable plan for capturing customers and keeping them.   2. The jockey, not the horse.   Investors bet on jockeys, not horses. What investors want to see is that you are committed and able to fulfill the task of implementing your plan through challenges as well as successes, and that you are the type of person who is going to see it through to the end. Ultimately, a great idea is worthless without great execution. Prove that you are the person to carry out the vision.   3. Flexibility, not recipes.   You may have an idea of how you want to structure your company and your investments, but understand that every investor has different expectations, as do their partners and stakeholders.   4. Remember: Nobody wants to see you fail.   When negotiating with investors, entrepreneurs often get stuck in the wicked mind game of trying to determine who is making out the best. In reality, success depends mutually on two things: your passion and capabilities and your investors' money.   In the end, everyone loses if you fail, so it is in nobody’s best interest to create a situation that erodes any chance of success.  

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Categories: Small Business,

Career guidelines for every single decade of your life

Oct 20, 2014

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Lots of essential career tip is appropriate all over your working life; however additional guidelines is farther time-sensitive and simply works at definite periods in your career. Here is the top career advice for every decade of your life gathered by Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia (the company is also accessible at SE Asian countries such as KL Malaysia, Bangkok Thailand, Jakarta Indonesia and many more): Teens Go for variety and review you opportunities. “To find a career later that you enjoy, be certain to try out as many different careers as you can,” says Carole Stovall, president and CEO of SLSGlobal. Look for summer jobs, after school work, summer programs and internships. Todd Cherches of BigBlueGumball agrees. “Don't be afraid to try or to fail. That's what these years are meant for. Don't feel that any job is beneath you, because it's not. At this stage of your life, everything is a learning experience.” 20's Today is the period to catch a job in the area where you’d love to engage in a career. “There are many things to consider, but the most important issues is to consider a job that you actually like, whether it is in your major or not,” Stovall says. It’s correspondingly a upright plan to begin forming your individuality. “Stop comparing yourself to your friends, especially the ones you went to college with,” says Christine Sirois, a freelance journalist in her 20’s. “Once you're in the job market, it's not a level playing field and comparing yourself to your friends is a recipe for feeling inadequate and unhappy. Instead, set goals and work at your own pace to achieve them.” 30's At this period, you’re reaching your pace, however you must continue being adaptable in an event something fresh and fascinating comes up, Cherches says. “You want to be working at what you are good at and what you like to do, and setting yourself up for success, while still allowing for opportunities to take risks and to grow.” Being assertive can help set you up for that success, says Jill Ivey, senior associate at WIT Strategy. “Be clear about what you're looking to get out of your position. If it's not a good fit, look at other options. Don't stay in a job that you hate, or that isn't fulfilling, or where there's no room for advancement because you're afraid of change.” Alisha Karabinus, lecturer in rhetoric and composition at Purdue University, says your 30s are the time to ask for things and make a clear case for why you should get what you want. “Are you valuable? Are you essential? Stop grousing and make a case for a raise or a bonus. Be ready with a clear case and quantifiable deliverables if applicable.” 40's This is the time you should establish yourself as an expert, says Peter Engler of Engler Career Group. “Develop a career and a resume that few can duplicate so that you stand out from the crowd. Build your network and find a good mentor who can provide sage advice.” Cori Tyler works in law enforcement and exercises his expertise to manage his own business, Last Line Defense Training. His career advice for those in their 40s: “Know the difference between a job and a career, and decide what priority it truly has in your life.” In addition, don't let your work or career define who you are: “Those come to an end, sooner or later.” 50's Despite your expertise, it’s important to keep learning at this stage, Cherches says. Technology and the marketplace change so quickly that you’ll need to make an effort to stay current. “Your strength lies in combining your years of experience with your ability and willingness to stay ahead of the curve. You may also be thinking about what you want your ‘leadership legacy’ to be.” Artist Ann Klefstad says to look beyond regular jobs. “What has worked for me is to take the skills I have and work like the devil to create opportunities to use them, freelancing or consulting.” She recommends increasing the amount of your involvement with things you have affinity for and actively work to meet people involved with them. 60's and beyond This is the stage where most people are becoming victims if scams and frauds that is why people within this age group should be very wise with their decisions. At this age, you can market yourself as a sage, but stay humble enough to learn from those younger than you, Cherches says. “You want to be a mentor, and yet be willing to be mentored. With that combination of attributes, you will have much to contribute and be much in demand.”

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Categories: Education,

New Accessories for Computer

Oct 20, 2014

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Status: New

Dell,         The following are few accessories if present will be verymuch useful. These ideas come to my mind recently. 1) People nowadays use many USB memory sticks, memory cards.  If there is a small sliding tray in the cabinet, these things cane placed there.  Myself and many people use the table drawer to keep these things along with other items. Many times these things get mixed up and finding them is time consuming.  A small sliding tray in cabinet will be useful for storing small devices. 2)  A small LED light panel on top of the monitor. This light panel can have the extension, bend capability on a swivel, similar to podium mike.  This light panel be covered with soft light shade to avoid hurting eyes.  This will be verymuch useful during video conferencing where more light will give clear image.  This can also be used as a reading lamp.   This lamp can have brightness control. When not in use this lamp can be slided behind the screen to be not visible. 3)  A clock dial on the computer screen. There is a real time clock running in the computer.  That information can be  fed to the screen even when the Operating system is not running. Then the LCD screen is like digital clock in the home. This may need some hardware changes.   When OS is running a screen saver can also do this job.  This a value addition to the computer. - voxmu.  

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Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), IdeaStorm,

New Accessories for Computer

Oct 20, 2014

1 Vote

Status: New

Dell,         The following are few accessories if present will be verymuch useful. These ideas come to my mind recently. 1) People nowadays use many USB memory sticks, memory cards.  If there is a small sliding tray in the cabinet, these things cane placed there.  Myself and many people use the table drawer to keep these things along with other items. Many times these things get mixed up and finding them is time consuming.  A small sliding tray in cabinet will be useful for storing small devices. 2)  A small LED light panel on top of the monitor. This light panel can have the extension, bend capability on a swivel, similar to podium mike.  This light panel be covered with soft light shade to avoid hurting eyes.  This will be verymuch useful during video conferencing where more light will give clear image.  This can also be used as a reading lamp.   This lamp can have brightness control. When not in use this lamp can be slided behind the screen to be not visible. 3)  A clock dial on the computer screen. There is a real time clock running in the computer.  That information can be  fed to the screen even when the Operating system is not running. Then the LCD screen is like digital clock in the home. This may need some hardware changes.   When OS is running a screen saver can also do this job.  This a value addition to the computer. - voxmu.  

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Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), IdeaStorm,

Cunningham

Oct 20, 2014

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Status: New

25% off your food bill when you come to a gig! Just show your ticket (or proof of purchase) when you order before 8:30pm.   Welcome to The Lexington, Islington's finest new music venue and lounge bar, here to tie it all together for you with a mix of riotous rock 'n' roll upstairs and a ground floor lounge that we kind of hope might just entice you in and seduce you in a slowburning glow of downbeat decadence and bluesy class - with perhaps just a dash of burlesque elegance thrown in for good measure.   If you're searching for the heart of Saturday night, the Rough Trade pop quiz, or an intimate place to grab a decent bite to eat, kick back to a hand-picked soundtrack of rock 'n' roll, southern-fried soul and speakeasy Americana - without having to shout to hear yourself think, then you might just have found a new home.   Finalists for the Fly 'Venue Of The Year' Award 2013 Finalists for the Music Week 'Venue Of The Year Award' 2010, '12, '13 & '14 Runners Up Best Live Music Venue Award London Lifestyle Awards Finalists for the Time Out Music Week 'Venue Of The Year Award' 2012 Finalists for the Theme Pub 'Beer Venue of the Year Award' 2009 Finalists for the Publican Awards 'Pub Award of the Year Award' 200

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xps 18 with active display

Oct 19, 2014

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Status: New

I am a student and I love my XPS 18.  The only thing I would change on it is for it to have an active display so it can use the wacom type pens.   Trying to draw or take notes in a reasonable amount of time with the capacitive stylus is impossible.  With the active display pen I could do all my notes and homework with the computer and go completely paperless. 

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Categories: Desktops and Laptops, IdeaStorm,

TactX Peripherals

Oct 19, 2014

2 Votes

Status: New

I think that the TactX peripherals from Alienware should have a few changes. I feel that the mouse and keyboard should have the morph and pulse options in the AlienFX control panel. The keyboard should also have a couple more lighting zones, kind of like the keyboards on the Alienware laptops. I also think it would be awesome it the TactX headset had customizable lighting effects.

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Categories: Accessories (Keyboards, etc.), Alienware,

Improved customer service.

Oct 19, 2014

1 Vote

Status: New

Dell needs to improve internal communications between departments, especially sales and finance. I recentry financed a Dell laptop (May). Initialy the shipping dept. sent it to the wrong address even though I gave explicite instrucktions where to send it. After quite some time I received the laptop but not the mouse and external hard drive I ordered. These 2 items were sent to the same wrong address as the laptop even though they were shipped after I had finally received the lap to at the right address. some time later I did receive the mouse but no hard drive which I have yet to receive, it is now October. In the meanwhile Dell Finance began demanding payment for the entire shipment. I told the my story and they informed me that they had nothing to do with Dell and that they would help me staighten out the mess. I informed them that I had no intentions of paying for somethig I did not receive. So that is, in breif where I am at today. Wish me luck. 

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Categories: Service and Support,

Aesthetic Desktop Computer.

Oct 17, 2014

1 Vote

Status: New

Dell,         The desktop computers are mainly placed on the desks and in some cases just below the desk  because of neatness of desk.          If the cabinet of the desktop computer is made fancy or stylish then people would not mind placing the computer on the desks.   The following figure details a concept of circular desktop cabinet.  The space occupied by this model is very less.  The distribution of weight inside the cabinet must be more at the bottom and less at the top, for stability of the computer. Rectangular screen is maintained for comfortable viewing.   Other shapes like ellipse  and other features  can be included for Desktop, Laptop, etc. Apart from aestheic in design, the above model is attractive to people from psycological perspective. - voxmu

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Categories: Desktops and Laptops, IdeaStorm, New Product Ideas,

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