This white paperwill explain how Unified Communications can playan essential position in boosting productivity byusing supplying extra mobility, permitting collaborationand saving personnel’ time in Boeing. With features inclusiveof presence, softphones, and video conferencing, employees canuse their time extra productively and talk with theircolleagues and clients like military aircraft extra withoutproblems and by deploying UC capabilities over converged IP networks and benefitsfor Boeing to derive from deploying UC systems these capabilities. Keywords: UnifiedCommunications, Boeing, IP network, Cisco This white paper will explain how UnifiedCommunications can play a vital position in boosting productiveness via presentingmore mobility, permitting collaboration and saving employees’time
As globalizationhas caused a dramatic change across a wide-ranging ofsocio-economic and cultural patterns over the past several decades, the urbanenvironments have also been influenced by global trends as people attempt toadjust their housing designs and construction methods to fit their new needsand desires. This study takes place in Luang Prabangwhich is considered as the ancient city of Lao PDR and UNESCO has beendesignated as a world heritage site since 1995.
1 IntroductionFrom the humble beginning of providing wagon-way linkingquarries and mines to the canals, the railways today has evolved into a mode oftransportation that is suited for the medium- to large-scale flows of goods andpeople (Conner, 2015). As the passengersvolume increase due to urbanisation, there is urgent need for urban railways tofind ways be more efficient in offering its commuters safe, reliable andcomfortable journey from one point to another.1.1 ScopeThisassignment discusses
CASE STUDY OF AIRBUS A350-XWB CENTRE FUSELAGEØ INTRODUCTIONThe AirbusA350 XWB consists of three long sections: forward, aft and centre fuselage allmade up of four large composite panels. In anycase, the centre fuselage is the longest of the three, which joins the fuselageto the wings through lateral intersections. It is developed from six sizeablecomposite boards made by Spirit AeroSystems (Wichita, Kan.). Fabricated atSpirit’s office in the U.S. (Kinston, N.C. )Spirit’s plan uses
Transportand Highways CV3311 How can transport engineering assist “green mobility” in urban areas? 12thJanuary 2018 AbstractThisreport will discuss the numerous ways that transport engineering can assistgreen mobility in urban areas. Numerous casestudies will be explored where sustainable transport engineering is currentlyin place and areas where it could be expanded to support green mobility inurban areas. 1.Introduction 1.1 BackgroundGreen mobility is sustainable transportation that allows the basicaccess needs of individuals and societies to be met.
Choco Case Study Assignment Name: Alun Thomas StudentNumber: 12202363 Module Title: BuiltEnvironment Law Module Number: NG1S708 Lecturer: Ros Welch Word Count: 1,966 Contents Page· Introduction – Page 3· Assignment question number 1 – Page 4-6· Assignment question number 2 – Page 7· Assignment question number 3 – Page 8· Conclusion – Page 9 IntroductionThe aim of this assignment is to outline and identify thehealth and safety law breaches, civil law breaches and advise on the outcomesof civil claims in the aftermath of
IntroductionFirst Solar is an Americanphotovoltaic(PV) manufacturer of rigid thin film modules and solar panels toconvert sunlight into electrical energy. It uses Cadmium Telluride(CdTe) as asemiconductor to produce solar panels that are vying well with conventional silicontechnology. First Solar was the first company in the Solar industry thatlowered its manufacturing cost to less than a dollar per watt (Thompson andBallen, 2017, pg. 1). Instead of being only a component manufacturer, in
M3-2SaadAlrasheedyCentralWashington University (1) For job satisfaction studies, tell yourideas of what a qualitative study of the topic might look like. Then, tell your ideas of what a quantitativestudy of the same topic would look like. Give me your own ideas. Rememberthat there will be no wrong ideas if you can explain the ideas very well It is a well known fact that for jobsatisfaction studies, both qualitative & quantitative research methods
NAME: NAVPREET SINGH STUDENT ID : G1749271WSUBMISSION DATE: 12-JANUARY-2018 WORD COUNT: 2443ContentsExecutive Summary 3Introduction 3History 41. PEST Analysis 41.1 Political factors 51. 2 Economic Factors 5The Danger of Retreat and Rivalry 61.3 Social Factors 61.4
IntroductionTypicalsupply chain involves suppliers, manufacturer, warehouse, retailers and finallycustomers. Due to existence of superior alternatives, today customers are moredemanding, looking for wide variety of products at shortest possible deliverytime, even willing to configure the product to their specifications. This hasbrought the shift from passive acceptance of customer to active involvement inthe design and delivery of products and services. The exceptions of earliersupply chain like desired product delivered in right quantity