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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Benefits of Networking and Telecommunication Systems

By Alice Thorton

When networking and telecommunication work hand in hand the results that they deliver are very strong for any organization which depends on information technology to a great extent. With the markets fluctuating all the time, a strong relationship between networking and telecommunication can help the organization in facing the challenges.

This system is capable of obtaining information about different things at different levels from different kinds of sources. To cite an example, the Police department can use a good system of networking and telecommunication in deploying personnel to counter criminal activities in the country.

Similarly, the system can also prevent loss of life due to storms and floods if the weather department can quickly communicate to the local authorities about an approaching storm and evacuation and relief work can start immediately. There are many ways where people can benefit with a sound networking and telecommunication system.

One should always remember that for a networking to work efficiently, it needs a good back up in the form of a system of telecommunication. The systems are not of much use alone. Be it a smaller office or a big corporation which has multiple centers across continents, you need to have a good bond between the nodes and this is achievable only with a good system of networking and telecommunication.

'Networking and telecommunication' is a very broad term to describe the extent of data networking that is happening today all over. There are office networks, which links up a chain of computers at different points within the same office and helps in the saving of data at the central server, which controls the data networking.

This is especially useful when for some reason your data gets corrupted, you can immediately create backup of the data without interrupting the daily operations in any way. It is very essential to have data networking in offices.

When there is a breakdown, the main server can expedite a procedure for recovery of the data and at the same time, the operator can work on a different system and use the same applications and programs. So there is no interruption to the work at any point of time during the breakdown.

With data networking, you can also identify the work performed by every employee, get a report on their workloads which can further be used for determining the time taken by eve ry employee to finish a particular job. You can also get various other reports which can further help with reports like MIS.

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