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Bonding

A background check on a potential employee, followed by the procurement of insurance against any theft from the company that the employee may commit. Some financial service or other companies whose employees handle large amounts of cash conduct this process. The United States Department of Labor runs the Federal Bonding Program, which issues bonds insuring or guaranteeing the insurance of ex-offenders whose employment adds significant risk of theft or fraud.
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Hardware for a typical installation costs between $100 and $300, with a typical monthly fee of $40 to $80 a month (some ISDN providers charge far more).
This announcement significantly increases the percentage of customers with access to ISDN capabilities and will ultimately lead to 100% of BellSouth customers.
Zwebner, "9,600 free monthly minutes of our BellSouth 128K ISDN service allows any of our participating customers high-speed Internet connection, or full-motion local videocalls, for an impressive seven hours per day, every business day of the month - at no additional charge.
In its first two selected metropolitan areas, BellSouth will be working with 12 ISDN systems integrators and 25 CPE hardware and software vendors in Nashville, Tenn.
Combining USB and digital ISDN technology, DIVA ISDN USB connects telecommuters and mobile users to the Internet and corporate networks at much greater speeds than analog modems.
With National ISDN-1 and TRIP '92, Sprint is underscoring the immediate advantage of using local telephone company-provided ISDN services for wide area public data network access," Pfeiffer continued.
According to National Distributing senior systems engineer Mark Engelbrecht, FrameSaver's ISDN dial backup capability will ensure optimized network availability.
We allow the RBOCs to overcome one of the major barriers to widespread acceptance of ISDN -- a lack of affordable, high-speed connections between areas where ISDN is available.
The ideal remote terminal for all PPP-compatible systems, Acotec RAC ISDN is compatible with Microsoft RAS (Remote Access Service) and RRAS (Routing and Remote Access Service) for Windows NT.
Our ability to introduce the service today is, in large part, due to the partnership we have had with many organizations who have participated fully in ISDN trials," said W.
The web site is endorsed by the National ISDN Council as the single best source for nationwide availability and pricing of ISDN services offered by the leading Local Exchange Carriers across the US, to include, Bell Atlantic, Bell South, Ameritech, Southwestern Bell, US West, Pacific Bell, GTE and Sprint.
This means that fax software providers supporting the Dialogic CP line will not need additional development to move from one analog line to 30 ISDN PRI lines.