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The study says - Ncell's service in voice and Nepal Telecom's service in data are better

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The study says - Ncell's service in voice and Nepal Telecom's service in data are better In a study conducted by Nepal Telecommunication Authority, the regulatory body of the telecommunication sector, the service of Ncell in terms of voice and data of Nepal Telecom is good. The study conducted by the authority in some places in Kathmandu Valley has come to this conclusion.

A review article about the E-task service

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Work from home: Earn money without investment.  Pandemic restrictions impacted both employee mental wellbeing and physical health, putting wellbeing at the center of many businesses' COVID response.  Over a third (35%) of employers said remote working was one of the main challenges for their company in keeping up employee engagement since the beginning of the pandemic, according to new research from XpertHR. Nearly one in ten (9%) said that their current level of employee engagement was was "poor", according to the survey of 220 organizations, collectively employing more than 460,000 people. As the government confirmed plans to move to Plan B last week, as the Omicron variant spreads, people have been told to again work from home where possible.  “The call to return to remote working is not a welcome one for many organizations, ending for somewhat was the highly sought-after return to the office, to team building, collaboration and some normality — albeit something of a

Google Workspace and Google Chat are now for everyone

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Google Workspace and Google Chat are now for everyone Google has opened Google Workspace and Google Chat for its users. Now all users with Google Accounts will be able to use Google Workspace, G Suite. With this update, Google users will now be able to use more new systems in Google Apps, including Gmail, Docs, Chat, Meet, Drive, and Sheets. All these apps can now be used in one tab.

That is why there is a 10 digit mobile number

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That is why there is a 10 digit mobile number It has been 22 years since the launch of mobile service in Nepal. Nepal Telecom first launched GSM mobile service in 1999. The mobile number has been 10 digits in Nepal since the first mobile service was launched. It is estimated that this will be the same 10 digits mobile number for at least the next 25-30 years. In other countries, there are 12-digit, 9-digit, and 11-digit mobile numbers. But, what is the reason for having a 10 digits mobile number in Nepal? This topic is interesting. Because mobile number frequency is as important for service providers. Numbers used in fixed lines like mobile and landline, CDMA is the limited resources of telecommunications. Since the number is also determined by the border, the issue of determining the number of any country is not only in the hands of the country concerned. This requires a very comprehensive study. Officials of the National Numbering Branch of the regulatory Nepal Telecommunication Auth

Know the history of telecommunication services in Nepal

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Know the history of telecommunication services in Nepal Beginning of telecommunication service in Nepal b. Magneto technology telephone service was started in 1970. In 2013, Nepal had 350 local telephone services, 28 radio stations, seven trunk telephone services, and international telecommunication services with India. Private telephone facilities were not available to the public during that period. The Department of Telecommunications was established in the 2016 BS to develop and expand telecommunication services. Thereafter, telephone service was extended to 58 districts during the Second Five Year Plan Period (2018-2023). Besides, domestic and international telecommunication services were also developed during the same period. The National Telecommunication Policy issued in 2049 BS after the People's Movement of 2046 BS adopted the policy of involving the private sector in telecommunication services. Accordingly, the private sector has entered the telecommunication sector of Ne

Can an Internet Service Provider View Your Online History?

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Can an Internet Service Provider View Your Online History?  With the increasing use of the internet in recent times, online privacy is becoming just as important. All you do now is connect to the Internet. Is this the reason why someone is monitoring our sensitive information from the internet we are using? Many ask such questions. Similarly, Internet service providers tend to be curious about whether users are browsing their browsing history. We are teaching information about it and ways to avoid it. Even more important is the question of whether an Internet service provider can view your online history. Of course, if you are not safe, an Internet service provider may review your online history. Internet service providers can see what you've searched for and what you've downloaded at any time. However, such issues are also determined by the law of the land. The most important role is where you live and what the laws of that country provide. Even in Nepal, legal service provide

Simply understand the intranet this way

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Simply understand the intranet this way  No one person has the sole right to the Internet. It is naturally available to everyone like air and water. But for this, you have to pay the service fee. If you are looking for a system from which you want to build your private internet network, that is also possible. This can be made possible with the help of the intranet. When networks around the world are connected to each other, it is called the Internet. But, the intranet is a private network. In it, you can create your own private network. For example, if you have fifty computers in your office and you want to distribute any kind of information and information on those computers and everyone wants to have access to that information, the intranet makes it possible. The concept of the internet is similar to the intranet. But the Internet is a global network, while the Intranet is a secret and private network within a certain number of places. All the computers in the intranet are connected