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An XP wireless access point is like any other access point available. The main significance is this access point is being run on a system using Microsoft Windows XP as the operating system. Each time you attempt to log into a wireless network, you will likely see a list of several networks available to you. This will include secured networks as well as unsecured networks. You will not be able to log into the secured networks unless you have the network keys for these networks. However, you are able to log into any of the unsecured networks. This article will provide XP wireless access point management tips to prevent you from making mistakes when accessing wireless networks. These tips will also help to speed up your connections.

The ability to log onto unsecured wireless networks without a network keys or passwords can create problems. Specifically, because it is so easy to access these networks you may find yourself doing this more often than not. As a result these access points will be displayed in your list of preferred networks. Once an access point begins appearing in this location it often leads to you inadvertently selecting this network more often because it is prominently displayed at the top when you attempt to access a wireless network.

Fortunately managing your preferred networks is fairly simple. Start out by navigating to your wireless network connection dialogue box. Do this by clicking on start. Then click on connect to and select wireless network connection. This will open the wireless network connection dialogue box. One the left hand panel of the dialogue box you will see an option that says, “Change the order of preferred networks.” Clicking on this option opens the wireless network connections dialogue box. Click on the wireless networks tab. You will see a list of your preferred networks. You can scroll through this list to highlight your own wireless network and then select move up. Repeat this process until your home network is shown in the top position. Doing this will ensure your home network appears at the top of the list of available networks. It will also minimize the potential for clicking on and logging into the wrong network.

You can also do a few other management related tasks through the wireless network connection properties dialogue box. One of the important things you can do through this dialogue box is control whether or not your computer will automatically connect to this network when it is in range. In most cases you do not want to do this because it can put you at risk of being hacked when you do not even realize you are connected to a network. In order to disable this feature, select one of the preferred networks listed on the wireless networks tab. Once this network is highlighted, select the properties button. This will open the properties dialogue box for the selected network. Select the connection tab at the top of the dialogue box. If there is a check mark in front of, “Connect when this network is in range,” remove the check mark to avoid this problem.

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Every time you look into a large corporation, you pretty much look at the same few positions: CEO, CFO, CTO, CIO, Managing Director, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Founders, etc. It’s getting increasingly difficult to keep track of all these positions, what they really do and where do they stand in the corporate ladder. Should we be paying more attention to the CFO or the CEO when we’re making investment decisions? Or should we look at the CIO (Chief Information Officer) who would be releasing most of the internal data?

The Hierarchy Blues

Often said than not, the management team and board of directors have an ultimate goal – Maximize shareholder value. Theoretically, they manage day-to-day operations while the board of directors ensures that shareholders are adequately represented. Practically, however, this board of directors is often made up of the management team itself, which is why and how corporate governance exist.

Corporate governance is defined as “Relationship between all the stakeholders in a company.” The list of these stakeholders include shareholders directors, the management team specified by the corporate charter, bylaws, formal policy and rule of law. Business environmental factors has forced ownership and management to split into two different categories, to the evolution of public ownership.

Back in the 20th century, businesses are often family-run businesses. Vineyards, breweries, steel manufacturers, vehicles, etc., who were once family owned and run moved into expanding their size and make it publicly owned – Which could be a very lucrative venture. Today, many of these businesses are large international conglomerates trading publicly on one or more global exchanges.

Company controllers

The Chairman, Internal and External Directors (Board of Directors). They all play different supervisory roles, in which they overlook the management team, business directions and strategies, approve high level budgets and maintaining the image and integrity of the company.

The Management team on the other hand, is responsible for the day-to-day operations and profitability of the company, which relates to what your investment decisions may be. But there may be many other factors. The CEO, CFO, CIO, CTO, etc. are all part of the management team.

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