INFOLINK is the exclusive last mile solution provider for broadband internet/intranet, data connectivity service, Wi-Fi zone, data connectivity for surveillance, Kisosk and IPTS services solutions within the JBL building.
Strong “Hands-on”, diversified, operational background of key personnel.
Ability to Produce High Quality Work.
Ability to Deliver Products with reference to Client Standard on time every time.
Balance between Operational and Capital concerns.
Cost effective designing
reduced costs to maximize facility utilization and expansion potentials.
Strong relationships with leading technology entities allow us to stay ahead of the technology curve. Strategic business alliances coupled with sound understanding of technology enables us to provide the right mix of technology and services to best suit our customers requirements.
Dedicated Bandwidth Internet
High-speed, high-quality, high-capacity Internet service
24/7 Support Center direct from NOC
Proactive monitoring with new technologies
Redundant from multiple location
What is SMS text messaging?
SMS stands for short messaging service. SMS text messages are sent by businesses to consumers, usually as a form of promotion or service.
Text SMS Marketing is a great way to reach your customers wherever they are. And at an average cost of five to ten cent per message, it will not drain your advertising budget either.
Web Based Bulk SMS Text Messages
On a slightly less expensive sms text marketing scale, bulk sms messages are sent out through the internet using SMTP technology, rather than directly through the phone lines. Deliver ability rates are reported.
BUSINESS MARKETING & PROMOTIONS
Mobile marketing can be used for almost all retail operations, with the primary objective being increasing customer traffic, patronage and REVENUE. SMS messaging is an unprecedented form of communication. No other channel in the history of marketing has the immediacy of SMS.
SMS Text Marketing is for all businesses because the response rates dwarf those of traditional advertising. No matter what size business you are, you can become a mobile marketer within hours and start using a shared short code. So what do you have to lose? Try it out and see what works.
How It Works:
The way SMS Marketing works is fairly simple. SMS Text Marketing companies such as us provide clubs the opportunity to send out a text marketing messages to every cell number they have collected. Utilizing our web based software, you can create a new message at any time of day or night, then send that text message out with a simple click of their mouse (a standard text message is limited to 160 characters; characters means letters, numbers, spaces, symbols and punctuation).
Mobile Marketing is the easiest way to promote your business. More than 7 Core people are using Mobile in our country. Let everybody know about you. We will provide the SMS service to reach you in every hand. We provide Low Cost Business SMS Service to reduce your Marketing Cost.
One Sender ID for Free
One Dedicated Account Manager
Full Featured Control Panel
Sub-Account Creation and Maintenance
Address Book Manager
Different SMS in Different Destinations
Blast SMS to send Bulk SMS
Store SMS in Draft
160 Characters per SMS (Max 459 Characters Supports)
TXT, XLS, CSV file Support
Send SMS using your Mobile Number
Flash SMS & Unicode SMS
SMS Delivery Reports (Delivered/ Pending/ Undeliverd)
48 Hours Default SMS Sending Queue
Detailed SMS Summary in Dashboard
Supports All GSM Operators Except CDMA (CityCell)
24/7 Technical Support
Hassle Free Pre-Paid Billing System
Cash and Bank Payment Option
And many more Exciting Features.
From today “InfoLink” going for paperless office management system. Hope you will support this initiative. “Save the trees, Save the world!”
What is paperless office?
A paperless office is a work environment in which the use of paper is eliminated or greatly reduced. This is done by converting documents and other papers into digital form. Proponents claim that “going paperless” can save money, boost productivity, save space, make documentation and information sharing easier, keep personal information more secure, and help the environment. The concept can also be extended to communications outside the office.
Traditional offices have paper-based filing systems, which may include filing cabinets, folders, shelves, microfiche systems, and drawing cabinets, all of which require maintenance, equipment, and considerable space. In contrast, a paperless office could simply have a desk, chair, and computer (with a modest amount of local or network storage), and all of the information would be stored in digital form. Speech recognition and speech synthesis could also be used to facilitate the storage of information digitally.
Once computer data is printed on paper, it becomes out-of-sync with computer database updates. Paper is difficult to search and arrange in multiple sort arrangements, and similar paper data stored in multiple locations is often difficult and costly to track and update. A paperless office would have a single-source collection point for distributed database updates, and a publish-subscribe system.
The “paperless office” was a publicist’s slogan, intended to describe the office of the future. It was facilitated by the popularization of video display computer terminals like the 1964 IBM 2260. An early prediction of the paperless office was made in a 1975 Business Week article. The idea was that office automation would make paper redundant for routine tasks such as record-keeping and bookkeeping, and it came to prominence with the introduction of the personal computer. While the prediction of a PC on every desk was remarkably prophetic, the “paperless office” was not. Improvements in printers and photocopiers have made it much easier to reproduce documents in bulk, causing the worldwide use of office paper to more than double from 1980 to 2000. This has been attributed to the increased ease of document production and widespread use of electronic communication, which has resulted in users receiving large numbers of documents that are often printed out. However, since about 2000, the global use of office paper has leveled off and is now decreasing, which has been attributed to a generation shift; younger people are believed to be less inclined to print out documents, and more inclined to read them on a full-color interactive display screen.
Modern computer screens make reading less exhausting for the eyes; a laptop computer can be used on a couch or in bed. With tablet computers and smartphones, with many other low-cost value-added features like video animation, video clips, and full-length movies, many argue that paper is now obsolete to all but those who are resistant to technological change. eBooks are often free or low cost compared to hard-copy books.
Environmental impact of paper
Paper product manufacturing contributes significantly to deforestation and man-made climate change, and produces greenhouse gases. Although measures such as recycling and using tree-free paper can help reduce the environmental impact of paper, most paper still ends up in landfills. Paper production also leads to air pollution, as paper manufacturing releases Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) sulfur dioxide (SO2), and carbon dioxide (CO2). Nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide are major contributors to acid rain, whereas CO2 is a greenhouse gas responsible for climate change. Waste water discharged from pulp and paper mills contains solids, nutrients, and dissolved organic matter that are classified as pollutants. Nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus can cause or exacerbate eutrophication of fresh water bodies.
Printing inks and toners are very expensive and use environment-damaging volatile organic compounds, heavy metals and non-renewable oils, although standards for the amount of heavy metals in ink have been set by some regulatory bodies.Deinking recycled paper pulp results in a waste slurry, sometimes weighing 22% of the weight of the recycled wastepaper, which may go to landfills.
Eliminating paper via automation and enterprise forms automation
The need for paper is eliminated by using online systems, such as replacing index cards and rolodexes with databases, typed letters and faxes with email, and reference books with the internet. Another way to eliminate paper is to automate paper-based processes that rely on forms, applications and surveys to capture and share data. This method is referred to as “Enterprise Forms Automation” and is typically accomplished by using existing print-perfect documents in electronic format to allow for pre-filling of existing data, capturing data manually entered online by end-users, providing secure methods to submit form data to processing systems, and digitally signing the electronic documents without printing.
The technologies that may be used with Enterprise Forms Automation include -
One of the main issues that has kept companies from adopting paperwork automation is difficulty capturing digital signatures in a cost-effective and compliant manner. The E-Sign Act of 2000 in the United States provided that a document cannot be rejected on the basis of an electronic signature and required all companies to accept digital signatures on documents. Today there are sufficient cost-effective options available, including solutions that do not require end-users to purchase hardware or software.
Digitizing paper-based documents
Another key aspect of the paperless office philosophy is the conversion of paper documents, photos, engineering plans, microfiche and all the other paper based systems to digital documents. Technologies that may be used for this include scanners, digital mail solutions, book copiers, wide format scanners (for engineering drawings), microfiche scanners, fax to PDF conversion, online post offices, multifunction printers and document management systems. Each of these technologies uses software that converts the raster formats (bitmaps) into other forms depending on need. Generally, they involve some form of image compression technology that produces smaller raster images or use optical character recognition (OCR) to convert a document into text. A combination of OCR and raster is used to enable search ability while maintaining the original form of the document. An important step in the paper-to-digital conversion labeling and cataloging scanned documents. Some technologies have been developed to do this, but they generally involve either human cataloging or automated indexing on the OCR document. However, scanners and software continue to improve, with the development of small, portable scanners that are able to scan doubled-sided A4 documents at around 30-35ppm to a raster format (typically TIFF fax 4 or PDF).
An issue faced by those wishing to take the paperless philosophy to the limit has been copyright laws. These laws restrict the transfer of documents protected by copyright from one medium to another, such as converting books to electronic format.
Securing and tracing documents
As awareness of identity theft and data breaches became more widespread, new laws and regulations were enacted, requiring companies that manage or store personally identifiable information to take proper care of those documents. Paperless office systems are easier to secure than traditional filing cabinets, and can track individual accesses to each document.
Difficulties in adopting the paperless office
A major difficulty in “going paperless” is that much of a business’s communication is with other businesses and individuals, as opposed to just being internal. Electronic communication requires both the sender and the recipient to have easy access to appropriate software and hardware.
There may be costs and temporary productivity losses when converting to a paperless office. Government regulations and business policy may also slow down the change. Businesses may encounter technological difficulties such as file format compatibility, longevity of digital documents, system stability, and employees and clients not having appropriate technological skills.
Another difficulty in adopting the paperless office is the human factor. Commercially feasible technology is widely available to digitize documents, even full libraries of backlogs, at feasible cost. Sufficient processing power, storage, backup, and Internet speeds are available that can make old paper records instantly available not just from stationary computers, but also from laptops and even phones. Inexpensive skilled labor is available in places like India and the Philippines to perform labor-intensive work, like naming files or creating links and bookmarks. Sufficient processing power is available to perform massive amounts of optical character recognition.
## You need the check the box that says “My Server Requires Authentication” from SERVERS Tab.
## From ADVANCED Tab please check both the box that says “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)”.
## Please change the Outgoing mail (SMTP) port to 465 and Incoming mail (POP3) port to 995.
## Set your incoming and outgoing mail server address to “mail.domain.com”.
If the above setting does not work for you then please submit a ticket, but it should work definitely.
A PayPal delegation visited Dhaka on 23 and 24 April, 2012 on BASIS invitation. The delegation included Mr. Salil Mody, Head of Core Payments, PayPal South East Asia and Mr. Nath Parameshwaran, Head – Corporate Affairs at PayPal India. The objective of the visit of the delegation was to meet and share information with the stakeholders of payment system including regulators, commercial banks and prospective users of the payment service so that an appropriate business and operation model can be established at the earliest possible time to start its operation in Bangladesh.
On 23rd April, PayPal executives met BASIS EC members, a number of small IT service exporters and freelance outsourcing contractors. The PayPal team also discussed with few commercial banks for prospective partnership.
On 24th April, PayPal team met Bangladesh Bank officials including the Governor Dr. Atitur Rahman, Deputy Governor Ms. Nazneen Sultana and Executive Director Mr. Ahsan Ullah. During the meeting with Bangladesh Bank, BASIS President Mr. Mahboob Zaman and Senior Vice President Fahim Mashroor were present. During the discussion with Bangladesh Bank, the Bangladesh Bank team invited PayPal to start their operation in Bangladesh and assured all kind of regulatory and facilitation support in this regard. The Governor also thanked BASIS for its role in facilitation with PayPal so that its services can be started at the earliest that can help the IT service exporters.