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The thyroid gland is a small, butterfly-shaped organ located near the larynx. The purpose of the thyroid gland is to regulate the body’s internal thermostat by the release of hormones responsible for controlling how quickly the body uses calories and burns energy. A malfunctioning thyroid gland can lead to many recurring illnesses. Many people, particularly women, are prone to disorders of this important gland.
Hyperthyroidism is the overproduction of thyroid hormone by the thyroid gland. This condition throws the body’s metabolism into overdrive, creating symptoms that include irritability, overheating, increased perspiration, insomnia, fatigue, hair loss, weight loss, hand tremors, heat intolerance, rapid heartbeat, goiter, and protrusion of the eyeballs. Hyperthyroidism can be caused by a disruption of hormone production caused by the invasion of antibodies that attack the thyroid gland. Other causes include tumors on the thyroid gland, inflammatory thyroid conditions, and certain prescription drugs.
Hypothyroidism is the underproduction of thyroid hormone. This condition produces the following symptoms: fatigue, appetite loss, cold intolerance, slowed heart rate, weight gain, fertility problems, muscle weakness and cramping, dry skin, hair loss, the appearance of yellow bumps on the eyelids, recurrent infections, constipation, slowed speech, depression, migraines, hoarseness, difficulty concentrating, respiratory infections, goiter, and drooping eyes accompanied by swelling of the eye.
Many tests, including the ELISA kits, are available to measure levels of thyroid hormone production. The results of these tests will help physicians to determine the best course of treatment for thyroid-related conditions. Quick assessment and treatment of thyroid-related problems can help patients avoid serious illnesses stemming from thyroid gland disorders.
CDW has a new service collaborating all cloud related service provide a mechanism for delivering an integrated mix of existing variety of communication tools and technologies like voice and voicemail, mobility, video conferencing, contact center services, instant messaging and presence while addressing drawbacks that are common to traditional unified communication rollouts.
The CDW Cloud Collaboration is an efficient way to use the power of the cloud to effectively deliver collaboration applications to a business’ staff enabling them to gain access anywhere, any time, on any device.
A good thing to note is that CDW is not new to Unified Communication or to hosting collaboration tools. Considering that they have completed more than 4,000 Cisco Unified Communication deployments over the past decade, you can tell just how much their experience is in this field.
This cloud collaboration mechanism is delivered on a virtualized architecture which enables clients to support collaboration services without compromising security, flexibility and management or application functionality while freeing up IT staff to work on other initiatives.
You can save up huge on financial costs. Think about it!
If your business is not yet cloud based oriented, you need not worry because CDW’s staff has what is needed to transition clients to a cloud-based solution system.
In addition to Unified Communication, CDW has experts that span throughout a range of IT solutions so it does not matter how complex your business technology requirements are, CDW has an expert and solution for all its clients.
So maybe all these facts are a bit too techie for you to handle. Check out this chose CDW Cloud Collaboration video to give you a visual idea on what it is about and how it can help your business.
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