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    #1

    use vs through

    Hi,
    Please see this word usage
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    The access network device of HUAWEI can collect alarms of HUAWEI MDFs through the ESC board. The remote network management system (NMS) software can monitor the MDF. In case of alarms, you can handle them in time using the NMS software to reduce the potential risks.

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    The access network device of HUAWEI can collect alarms of HUAWEI MDFs through the ESC board. The remote network management system (NMS) software can monitor the MDF. In case of alarms, you can handle them in time through the NMS software, reducing the potential risks.

    Please clarify the right word to use in this context.

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    Re: use vs through

    There's not much to choose between the two, but I wonder what is meant by 'handle them in time'- as it stands it suggests that the process takes a while. Should it be 'in real time'?


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    #3

    Re: use vs through

    Hi
    thanks for your inputs , in time could mean immediately?

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    Re: use vs through

    No, but 'in real time' could.

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