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Managing Bandwidth

by November 5, 2002

Bandwidth choke is generally taken to imply the need to buy more from your ISP to connect to the outside world. But some simple steps to regulate usage within your network are a better answer 

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Rules of the Game

by November 5, 2002

You need to define and enforce a clear Internet access policy before buying more bandwidth

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Managing Network Bandwidth

by November 5, 2002

To effectively manage your network bandwidth, you need to analyze it and identify the causes of congestion

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Linux for Bandwidth Management

by November 5, 2002

Build a full- featured bandwidth shaper on a standard Linux box with freely downloadable tools

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Manage your Bandwidth

by November 5, 2002

Implementing PacketShaper 1500, a hardware-based bandwidth-management solution

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Free and Commercial Tools 

by November 5, 2002

To manage your network bandwidth, you need the right set of tools to analyze, monitor and control the traffic. Here are some commonly used ones

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How Tech Saves Lives

by November 5, 2002

The visible human project marries some macabre “surgery” with powerful workstations and supercomputers to create a database of the human anatomy.

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Software in Medical Imaging

by November 5, 2002

Image-processing software used in medical systems are vastly different from commercial image-manipulation software like video software

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Hardware in Medical Imaging

by November 5, 2002

From image acquisition to processing and viewing, CT and MRI scanning use very high-end computing equipment

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Computers and the Dentist

by November 5, 2002

Innovations in dental instruments are leading to less time in the dental chair, causing less discomfort and giving more satisfying results

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Homoeopathy Needs Software

by November 5, 2002

The principles of homoeopathy easily lend themselves to the creation of software for prescriptions

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Machine in Man

by November 5, 2002

Prof Kevin Warwick is human with embedded parts

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Simulated Surgery

by November 5, 2002

Traditionally, a surgeon’s skills are developed on animals, cadavers and patients. Due to ethical reasons, however, this is being replaced by simulated training 

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Remote Medicine

by November 5, 2002

Still in its infancy, telemedicine relies heavily on computing and telecommunications to deliver expert help to far away places

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What the Doctor Ordered

by November 5, 2002

Medical transcription was the first of the BPO initiatives to come to India. But, overcapacity and technology advances killed what could have been a golden goose

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Virtual Superspecialists Near You

by November 5, 2002

Promoted by Ranbaxy, Fortis Healthcare envisages specialty mother hospitals (heart, ortho, cancer, etc) linked by high-speed leased …

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@ Indraprastha Apollo

by November 5, 2002

The Indraprastha Apollo hospital, Delhi, has automated most of its hospital-management processes. Their network consists of about …

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@ AIIMS

by November 5, 2002

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (www.aiims. ac.in) has an 850-node network with a Gigabit Ethernet …

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Measuring your Aura

by November 5, 2002

Kirlian cameras that capture the aura around an object produce photos and videos that can be directly recorded on to a PC

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Biorhythms

by November 5, 2002

Human conditions and responses are cyclic in nature says those who believe in biorhythms

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