Monday, August 13, 2012

SugarSync - Get Free Storage

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Sharing a folder

How do I share a folder with other people?
You can collaborate on projects by giving a person, or a group of people, access to a shared folder on your computer. To join a shared folder, your recipients need to have a SugarSync account. If they are not already using SugarSync, the Shared Folder invitation will provide the opportunity sign up for a free account.
Need help setting up a sync folder? See Setting up folders to start syncing.
To share a synced folder:
  1. Select the folder in SugarSync Manager, or in My SugarSync website.
  2. Click Share Folder.
  3. Choose an option under Permissions:
    • Read Only means that recipients can view and download files from the shared folder, but cannot make any changes to the files.
    • Add & Edit Files allows recipients to sync the folder to their own computers.  See Syncing a Shared Folder to find out how.
      Note: The same permissions are set for all folder members.  
  4. Enter each recipient's email address, and type an optional message.
  5. Click Send.
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DropBox - Get Free Storage

Share a folder on the Dropbox website

To share an existing folder, the folder has to be in your Dropbox folder. You can create a folder in your Dropbox folder just as you would anywhere else on your hard drive.
  1. Sign in to the Dropbox website
  2. Click on Sharing from the sidebar on the left
  3. Press the button labeled New shared folder

    The New shared folder button

Create a shared folder from the file browser

If you're comfortable creating shared folders, you can always create a shared folder by selecting it from the file browser and clicking Invite to folder from the blue bar across the top of the file browser. For an even quicker shortcut, right-click the file or folder from the file browser and select Invite to folder from the contextual menu.

Box Sync: Quick Start Guide

What is the Magic Briefcase?

The Magic Briefcase is a folder that SugarSync creates on your computer for quick and easy
synchronization. The Magic Briefcase is created in your computer’s Documents folder when you
install the SugarSync Manager.
Files that you drag into the Magic Briefcase will automatically synchronize to the cloud and all of your
computers that are running SugarSync. Changes that you make to the files (edits, additions,
deletions) are also synchronized, keeping all of your computers up-to-date.
If you don’t want to use the Magic Briefcase folder, you can set up any of your own folders to sync to
SugarSync and your other computers. Learn more.

Turbo C++: ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS

 G e t t i n g     S t a r t e d
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 Q. How do I install Turbo C++?
 A. Run the INSTALL program from DISK 1. To start the installation, change
    your current drive to the one that has the install program on it and
    type INSTALL. You will be given instructions in a box at the bottom of
    the screen for each prompt. For example, if you will be installing from
    drive A:, type:
 
       A:
       INSTALL
 
    At this point, the INSTALL program will appear with menu selections
    and descriptions to guide you through the installation process.
 
 Q. How do I run Turbo C++?
 A. After you have installed Turbo C++, be sure to add the path to
    the 'BIN' subdirectory of your TC++ installation (e.g., C:\TC\BIN)
    to your DOS path. Now you can type "TC" at the DOS prompt and from any
    directory and you're ready to go.
 
 Q. What is a configuration file?
 A. A configuration file tells Turbo C++ what options to default to
    and where to look for its library and header files. TC.EXE looks
    for a configuration file named TCCONFIG.TC, and TCC.EXE looks for
    a file named TURBOC.CFG.
 
 Q. How do I create a configuration file?
 A. When you run the INSTALL program it creates a configuration
    file named TURBOC.CFG for TCC.EXE. This file is just an
    ASCII file, which you can change with any text editor. It
    contains the path information for the library and header
    files for TCC.EXE to use. The INSTALL program does not
    create a TCCONFIG.TC file for TC.EXE because it installs the
    directory information directly into TC.EXE. You can create a
    configuration file for the IDE by running TC.EXE,
    setting your options however you want to set them, and typing
    Alt-O/S.

Community Portal Site


qAdministrator controls the entire system.
Also can view the all information related to each user.
User can change the information.
User can also make a new group or add new friends or create a new account.
 
Scope of the System

  • Interaction with people
  • Communication
  • Increase your business
  • Advertisement
  • Entertainment

GIT Website Design


Objectives:
ØMain Objective behind this Project is to make Better  &  Swift Communication between  College  and Students
Ø Build Awareness about our Organization
Ø Manage an Event
Ø Develop   a  new  marketing    
     strategy/ reinforce a current strategy

Outline:
ØObjective Of Project
Ø Common Feactures Of Website
Ø Advance Feactures Of Website
Ø Project  Requirement

Project Tracking System













Introduction :-
It is well known fact that software companies undertake huge projects more than one at a time. Hence there is a profound need for the organizations to manage all the projects efficiently and ensure that projects cycle goes on smoothly and they are completed on time.
PROJECT TRACKING SYSTEM deals with the various levels of project development and will account for time used in phases via analysis, design, coding, testing and implementation etc.
PROJECT TRACKING SYSTEM takes Task & Project Status reports as input. 
This project deals with Seven modules –
Ø Admin
Ø Client
Ø Visitor Module
Ø Business development officer (BDO)
Ø Developer(Employee)
Ø Human Resource Manager (HR)
Ø Project manager (PM).
 

Franchise Station

Outline :
Ø Company Overview
Ø Problem Statement
Ø Existing Features
Ø Innovation
Ø Advantages

Problem Statement :
Franchising began back in the 1850's when Isaac Singer invented the sewing machine. In order to distribute his machines outside of his geographical area, and also provide training to customers, Singer began selling licenses to entrepreneurs in different parts of the country.
In 1955 Ray Kroc took over a small chain of food franchises and built it into today's most successful fast food franchise in the world, now known as McDonald's.
Today, franchising is helping thousands of individuals be their own boss and own and operate their own business.
Franchising allows entrepreneurs to be in business for themselves, but not by themselves.

A Presentation on S.M.S.

Contents:
  • Mobile  Computing over SMS
  • SMS
  • Strengths of SMS
  • SMS Architecture
  • Short Message Mobile Terminated
  • Short Message Mobile Originated
  • SMS as an Information Bearer
  • Value Added Services
  • Alert Services
  • SMS VAS Architecture
  • SMPP
Short Message Service (SMS)
Neil Papworth sent first text to Vodafone GSM on December 1992.
SMS was reintroduced in 1999.
Today SMS is most popular data bearer service within GSM.
SMS uses free capacity of channel.
Up to 160 characters in length.
Supports ASCII and UNICODE. 
 
SMS Architecture:
o 2 types of SMS:
o SM MT (Short Message Mobile Terminated)
o SM MO (Short Message Mobile Originated)
o SM MT is an incoming message.
o (SC->HLR->GMSC->MS)
o SM MO is an outgoing message.
o (MS->VLR->IWMSC->SC)
o SME works as a SMS Gateway.
 
SMPP:
žShort Message Peer-to-Peer Protocol
žSMPP v3.4 supports following DCN (Digital Cellular Network) technologies:
A.GSM
B.IS-95 (CDMA)
C.CDMA 1x / CDMA 2000
D.ANSI-136 (TDMA)
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