Saturday, 4 May 2013

About the new i Phone 5

At 4 inches diagonally, the iPhone 5's screen is a half-inch larger than previous generations and Apple make sure to take advantage of it. On the more prosaic side of things, the extra space means you can now see five rows of apps on the home screen instead of the previous limit of four rows. Open the calendar and you can see five days of events on the screen in horizontal mode, instead of just three.

The larger screen really comes to life, though, with what is perhaps its coolest feature - a tool called "Panorama" that automatically stitches together a series of pictures into a majestic vista. Panorama can be turned on simply by going into the iPhone 5's camera mode and then selecting it on an option menu. Once it's activated, an arrow guides you as you slowly pan the camera around whatever scenery you desire (if you move too fast, Panorama tells you to slow down and also advises you if you are moving the camera too high or low). Once you are done, you can look at the panoramic shot within seconds and zoom into whichever areas of the picture look most interesting.

Not surprisingly, watching video on the larger screen is also more pleasurable, although I still think the iPad and other tablet computers are a much better way to watch movies and TV shows on the go. The device is also speedier because of a more powerful processing chip and upgraded wireless technology that accelerates Web surfing.

Apple also has equipped the iPhone 5 with a superior sound system, courtesy of the new headphones that the company says it spent three years developing. The headphones, called "EarPods," are a vast improvement on the ear buds that Apple has been giving away with its devices for more than a decade. The new headphones actually stay in your ears and make it seem as if the sound is playing inside your head. The EarPods come free with the iPhone 5, and they sounded as good as $100 headphones sold by a variety of other companies.

The new phone's operating system, iOS 6, also introduces another fun toy that makes it easy to share photos with your friends and family. Just select a picture, or even a series of photos, then email them to whomever you want. Assuming the recipients also has an Apple device running on iOS 6, they will get a notification that will send the designated photos to their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The recipients don't necessarily have to own an iPhone 5 because the new iOS can be downloaded for free beginning Sept. 19 on a wide range of older Apple devices, including the three previous versions of the iPhone and the last two versions of the iPad.

The new operating system also stands out for what's missing. The pre-installed YouTube app that had been part of the iPhone since it came out in 2007 is gone (you can now download a new application made by YouTube owner Google Inc. in Apple's iTunes store). Even more noticeable is the absence of Google Maps. Apple has cast aside one of Google's most popular services for its own mapping system and, from what I saw, it looks like it's going to keep users happy. It offers three-dimensional renderings of many major cities, aerial views, and, best of all, turn-by-turn directions narrated by the iPhone's virtual assistant, Siri. Assuming the directions are accurate, I doubt Google Maps is going to be missed.

The new IOS also offers a feature called "Passbook," where digital coupons, airline tickets and gift cards can be conveniently stored in one location. This, too, is going to be popular. Yet, Passbook would be an even handier tool if the iPhone 5 boasted a near-field communication chip to enable wireless payments at the checkout stands equipped for the still-nascent technology. Some phones running Google's Android software are able to process payments because they have the NFC chip.

So… to all my blogger friends, I am really appreciated if you all come to my birthday party with new set of iPhone 5 for me…..Thank You 

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How Facebook Help in Market Your Product/Services

According to, at this moment Facebook is one of the most social networking website that people use today in order to keep in touch with their friends and schoolmates. It is also a great way to meet new people and establish new relationships. With Facebook, you will see that it will let you create a network of friends and also join groups that share your interests.

Although Facebook is great as a social networking website, it is also a website that internet marketers view as a market that is hard to pass up. Because of its popularity, internet marketers see Facebook as the website of their dreams. Why is it so? The reason is numbers.

Facebook today now has millions of subscribers from all over the world. You will see that this particular website is the fastest growing social networking websites today. Millions of people log in and log out from this website and millions more everyday are subscribing for new accounts.

Now, in marketing, you have to remember that numbers are very important. With Facebook getting lots of traffic, you can’t possibly manage the traffic it produces. However, you have to consider that Facebook is really quite manageable when it comes to getting traffic in your profile page and in your business website.

You have to remember that different people from different backgrounds subscribe to Facebook. Inside Facebook, you will see that people will create groups. Some groups are for people who are in a specific age, while other groups are based on the interests of people.

Depending on your target demographics, you can try becoming a member of one of these groups. If you can’t find a group that matches your target customer profile, you can create one for your own and try getting people who are interested to join you.

Facebook also has the tools that you can use to effectively market your products and services as well as your website. It will have the news feeds, the wall, and it also has blogs as well as the notes. Using these things efficiently, you will be able to effectively tell people about what you have to offer.

Also, Facebook encourages word of mouth advertising. If someone likes your profile page, they will be able to recommend your profile page in Facebook to their own network of friends. You need to remember that people will five times likely buy a product if it was recommended by someone they know. With this feature from Facebook, you will be able to market your products and services far more effectively than any other methods available.

Your Facebook profile page is one large ad space that you can use to promote your products or services. You can post pictures, videos and other things. In fact, you can even syndicate your blog page by using RSS.

As you can see, Facebook will basically provide you with everything that you need in internet marketing. With Facebook, you will get traffic and the tools you need in order to promote whatever you want to promote.

In the world of internet marketing, you will see that Facebook is one website that you will never want to pass up. Here, you will have the opportunity to generate a lot of targeted traffic in your website, which means more sales and more profit.

Therefore without any doubt me myself has opened a Facebook account called in order to capture new training market segmentation and for business survival. All bloggers are coordinately invited to add me at Facebook. Thank you…

What Are the Benefits of Technology in Business?

According to Osmond companies have used software, computers and the Internet to transform their businesses from local places of business to national and global market competitors. Many companies have responded to these changes by automating their business processes and capturing industry-related information and using it to their advantage. Technology has also forced businesses to remain flexible, adapting their operations to newer and better technological advances.

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What is the Disadvantage of Technology in Business?  The Advantages of Technology in the Business World Better Reporting Functions. Companies that have multiple locations, whether nationally or globally, have used technology to implement better communication services and software modules that communicate to a home base via the Internet. This allows companies to penetrate new economic markets without sacrificing the needs of communication or financial and operational reporting. Additionally, companies can improve their management information system (MIS) to capture information for specific locations when making business decisions.

Financial reporting has also benefited greatly from technology; rather than sending external auditors to multiple locations, it is possible to create a centralized accounting office to record and report financial transactions. This improves financial reporting and lessens the expense related to external audits. 

Increased Employee Productivity
Computers and business software packages have exponentially increased employees' productivity by allowing them to provide data entry functions or review automated reports. Companies have automated several traditional manufacturing processes; instead of using manpower to manually create and assemble goods, machines and/or robots now complete these functions. While these improvements may increase capital expenditures, they lessen the impact of consistent labor expenses related to productions. Fewer employees are needed to monitor the machines and ensure they are working properly.

Other areas, such as customer service, accounting and administrative support, have also seen an increase in employee productivity. Employees now review and report electronically collected data to ensure they are accurate and timely, rather than manually gathering information.

Improved Business Mobility
Technology has also improved companies' sales and service departments by allowing employees to use personal electronic devices to create sales displays and transmit orders and customer information to the home office. These electronic devices shorten the lead time companies spend on receiving and delivering goods or services, creating an instant competitive advantage in the industry. Companies can also send sales representatives to multiple markets at the same time, allowing them to penetrate multiple markets with few overhead costs. Companies may allow their internal employees to work from home using a company Internet connection, reducing the fixed overhead expenses from a large corporate office.

Types of Information Systems

Referring to Information systems differ in their business needs. Also depending upon different levels in organization information systems differ. Three major information systems are:-

1. Transaction processing systems
2. Management information systems
3. Decision support systems

Figure 1  shows relation of information system to the levels of organization. The information needs are different at different organizational levels. Accordingly the information can be categorized as: strategic information, managerial information and operational information.

Strategic information is the information needed by top most management for decision making. For example the trends in revenues earned by the organization are required by the top management for setting the policies of the organization. This information is not required by the lower levels in the organization. The information systems that provide these kinds of information are known as Decision Support Systems.

Figure 1 - Relation of information systems to levels of organization

The second category of information required by the middle management is known as managerial information. The information required at this level is used for making short term decisions and plans for the organization. Information like sales analysis for the past quarter or yearly production details etc. fall under this category. Management information system (MIS) caters to such information needs of the organization. Due to its capabilities to fulfill the managerial information needs of the organization, Management Information Systems have become a necessity for all big organizations. And due to its vastness, most of the big organizations have separate MIS departments to look into the related issues and proper functioning of the system.

The third category of information is relating to the daily or short term information needs of the organization such as attendance records of the employees. This kind of information is required at the operational level for carrying out the day-to-day operational activities. Due to its capabilities to provide information for processing transaction of the organization, the information system is known as Transaction Processing System or Data Processing System. Some examples of information provided by such systems are processing of orders, posting of entries in bank, evaluating overdue purchaser orders etc.

The Definition of Management Information System

According to Computing Dictionary, the definition in term of noun is a computerized information-processing system designed to support the activities and functions of company management. The standard abbreviation used widely is ‘MIS’.
Meanwhile the definition in term of application is a computer system, usually based on a mainframe or minicomputer, designed to provide management personnel with up-to-date information on an organization’s performance, such as inventory and sales. These systems output information in a form that is useable by managers at all levels of the organization used in strategic planning, tactical, and operational.
And according MIS provides information that organizations need to manage themselves efficiently and effectively. Management information systems are typically computer systems used for managing five primary components: hardware, software, data (information for decision making), procedures (design, development and documentation), and people (individuals, groups, or organizations). Management information systems are distinct from other information systems, in that they are used to analyze and facilitate strategic and operational activities.
Academically, the term is commonly used to refer to the study of how individuals, groups, and organizations evaluate, design, implement, manage, and utilize systems to generate information to improve efficiency and effectiveness of decision making, including systems termed decision support systems, expert systems, and executive information systems
Based on my understanding and some reading the simple example of an MIS report is an company annual report that consists of balance sheets and income statement.