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To ease removal of existing exhaust components (especially on older vehicles) spray penetrating lubricant on all fasteners and hangers/insulators that will be loosened or removed and let soak before disassembly. WARNING: When working on, under, or around any vehicle exercise caution. Please allow the vehicle's exhaust system to cool before removal, as exhaust system temperatures may cause severe burns. If working without a lift always consult vehicle manual for correct lifting specifications. Always wear safety glasses and ensure a safe work area. Serious injury or death could occur if safety measures are not followed. ATTENTION: Always install any supplied band or U-bolt clamps to the proper torque specifications of 40-45 ft-lbs for band clamps and 30-35 ft-lbs for U-bolt clamps. Over tightening will result in the clamp breaking and will NOT be warranted by MagnaFlow. MAGNAFLOW: 22961 Arroyo Vista - Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 | 1(800) 990-0905 Technical Support: 1(800) 959-9226 | Email: email@example.com
Today, IT organizations assemble their data center environments from individual components. Their administrators spend significant amounts of time manually accomplishing basic integration tasks rather than focusing on more strategic, proactive initiatives. The industry is in a transition away from the rigid, inflexible platforms that result and moving toward more flexible, integrated, and virtualized environments. The Cisco Unified Computing System™ is a next-generation data center platform that unites compute, network, storage access, and virtualization into a cohesive system designed to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) and increase business agility. The system integrates a low-latency, lossless 10 Gigabit Ethernet unified network fabric with enterprise-class, x86-architecture servers. The system is an integrated, scalable, multichassis platform in which all resources participate in a unified management domain (Figure 1). Figure 1: he Cisco Unified Computing System Integrates Network, Compute, Storage Access, and T Virtualization into a Single Cohesive System The Cisco Unified Computing System is designed to deliver: Innovations Supporting Business Benefits Each of the Cisco Unified Computing System business benefits is supported by a rich set of technical innovations that contribute to this first implementation of the Cisco® unified computing vision. Managed as a single system whether it has one server or hundreds of servers with thousands of virtual machines, the Cisco Unified Computing System decouples scale from complexity. The Cisco Unified Computing System accelerates the delivery of new services simply, reliably, and securely through end-to-end provisioning and migration support for both virtualized and nonvirtualized systems.
Recording events for subsequent investigation, proof of compliance / audit purposes As security risks increase, the need to visually monitor and record events in an organization’s environment has become even more important. Moreover, the value of video surveillance has grown significantly with the introduction of motion, heat, and sound detection sensors as well as sophisticated video analytics. As a result, many nontraditional groups have also found value in video monitoring and recording. In transportation, video surveillance systems monitor traffic congestion. In retail, video can be helpful in identifying customer movement throughout a store, or serve to alert management when the number of checkout lines should be changed. Some video analytics packages even offer the ability to identify a liquid spill and generate an alert enabling faster response by custodial services, thus avoiding a slip and fall situation. Product and package shipment operations can use recorded video to help track and validate the movement of cargo and help to locate lost packages. Additionally, video surveillance can be integrated with and complement access control policies, providing video corroboration of access credential use. Video surveillance has evolved not only in its application, but also in its deployment. This paper reviews the evolution of video surveillance, including the emergence of the fourth generation of video surveillance systems. These systems are realized through an open, standards-based, IP-network-centric functional and management architecture. As a network-centric company, Cisco ®
Cisco began providing electronic support to its business in 1991 using value-added networks (VANs). The first applications offered were software downloads, defects diagnoses, and technical advice. In spring 1994, Cisco moved its system to the Web and named it Cisco Connection Online (CCO). (Not to be confused with Cisco Learning connection, which is related to e-learning at Cisco, see Chapter 5.) By 2004, Cisco’s customers and reseller partners were logging onto Cisco’s website over 2 million times a month to receive technical assistance, place and check orders, or download software. The online service has been so well received that nearly 85 percent of all customer service inquiries and 95 percent of software updates are delivered online. The service is delivered globally in 16 languages. CCO is considered a model for B2B success, and several books have been written about it. Online Ordering by Customers Virtually all of Cisco’s B2B products are made to order. Before CCO, ordering a product was a lengthy, complicated, and error-prone process because it was done by fax or by “snail mail.” Cisco began deploying Web-based commerce tools in July 1995, and within a year its Internet Product Center allowed users to configure and purchase any Cisco product over the Web. Today, a business customer’s engineer can sit down at a PC, configure a product, and find out immediately if there are any errors in the configuration (feedback is given by intelligent agents).
The world is connecting faster than ever before. Connect the unconnected by becoming a part of the Internet of Everything. The Cisco Sales Associates Program is looking for outgoing, early-in-career individuals who have a passion for technology and are motivated to succeed. A successful Associate Systems Engineer (ASE) will expand their networking knowledge and be trained to collaborate with Cisco sales professionals to provide technical solutions for our customers. Learn from top Cisco experts in a unique setting among your peers. The Cisco Sales Associates Program offers a global environment that provides 12 months of on-the-job training that will prepare you for a successful engineering career at Cisco. Gain hands-on education and experience with leading-edge technology, while receiving an attractive salary and accelerating your career aspirations. For the first three months of the program, you’ll undergo courses focusing on the latest technology advancements, including Cisco architectures, solutions, products, and competitors. Over the next nine months, you’ll advance into an engineering role with the Cisco Global Virtual Engineering Team, shadowing technology professionals while continuing certification studies and virtual learning. Global Virtual Engineering is a multilevel technical presales organization, which provides systems engineering services to customers, partners, and internal Cisco sales employees in a global virtual networked environment. Upon graduation from the program, you’ll be promoted into a Virtual Systems Engineering role within Cisco, where you can continue to grow your career.
The conversion rate is the old war horse of online advertising. It has a strong connection with cost per acquisition and that spells cash. The account manager should be aware of a given account’s foundation rate for conversion. Other figures such as the cost per acquisition will move in the same rhythm as the conversion rate. The base data gives an idea of what conversion rate is, assuming that nothing has played a marked difference on the figures. However, if there is a noticeable change, either over time, or suddenly, to the conversion rate, there may be problems starting to surface that may need correction. Such remedial action should of course check on surface or technical items before going deep into issues that are affecting what is affecting performance. Those corrections can be used to assure good returns elsewhere.
What you'll learn After completing this tutorial, you'll be able to: • Create a new blank presentation. • Identify user interface elements that you can use to accomplish basic tasks. • Add text and pictures to slides. • Apply a pre-designed theme and layout. • Format slide content. • Save a presentation to a new folder. Requirements PowerPoint for Mac 2011 Estimated time to complete: 30 minutes Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: PowerPoint basics. 1. Create a new blank presentation In PowerPoint, you create and design slides in a presentation. You can start with a blank presentation, an existing saved presentation, or a template. When you open PowerPoint, the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery opens. It contains a variety of template choices and quick access to recent presentations. Let's use the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery to open a blank presentation. If you have not already opened PowerPoint, on the Dock, click PowerPoint. In the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery, under Themes, click All. Click White, and then click Choose. Tip To always start with a blank presentation when you open PowerPoint, select the Don't show this when opening PowerPoint check box. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: PowerPoint basics 2 Notice that a blank presentation (Presentation1) appears. Hints • To create a new blank presentation at any time in PowerPoint, on the File menu, click New Presentation (also written as File > New Presentation in this tutorial). • To show the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery at any time while using PowerPoint, click File > New from Template.
Dear Contact Name, Re: [Job position applying for] Enclosed please find a copy of my resume in response to the [name of job] position as advertised in [where you saw the advertisement] on [date of ad] 2007. I have [name 3 HARD skills you have]. While working at [name of past employer/experience], I [give specific example of one of the hard skills and how you gained/used the skill]. I am also [name 3 SOFT skills]. When working at [name of past employer/experience], I [give specific example of one of the soft skills and how you used that skill]. I would appreciate the opportunity of an interview. Please contact me at [your phone number]. Thank you for your kind consideration of my application. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, Signature Your Name Encl.
Dear Mr./Ms./Dr. Last Name: (2 spaces) This is the "why I am writing to you" paragraph . . . immediately tell the employer the position for which you want to be considered and what makes you the best candidate for that position. If you are responding to a job ad, be sure to reference the name of the publication and the date the ad appeared. Also, if you have been referred, include that person’s name and their relationship to you. Short paragraph (2-3 sentences). (2 spaces) This is the "why I am qualified" paragraph which briefly highlights and details some of your most relevant experience and qualities as they relate to the job for which you are applying. Detail how you could contribute to the company and relate your experience and skills to the specific job qualifications. TIP: Pick 2-3 points you want to make and provide specific examples to support those points. This is the longest paragraph of the letter (you may break it into 2 paragraphs if it looks too lengthy. (2 spaces) This is the "back to business" paragraph which gets back to your reason for writing. Refer to your enclosed resume, request an interview, let the reader know what will happen next (you will contact them, etc.) and thank the reader for his/her time and consideration. You should give your phone number in this paragraph (how to reach you). (2 spaces)