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By: Nigel Massey
In today's global economy, it is not only trade that is international. It's the companies and their employees too. Therefore it's increasingly common to have companies with a variety of languages spo (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
There seems to be a real problem with the up and coming generation with regard to proper email etiquette which is somewhat upsetting to the established professionalism expected in business. Much of th (read entire article)
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By: Kaye Bewley
We need to talk. It's good to talk and we become closer as a result of it. Arguments are resolved, situations become clearer, love becomes easier, heck, there would be a hell of a lot less wars if m (read entire article)
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By: Bob Mrozinski
Many businesses buy a new phone system because they have been worn down over a period of time by poor, but repetitive arguments. Salespeople from different phone companies have warned them that thei (read entire article)
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By: Darcy Silvers
A recent tragedy in my community could very well have ended up a PR nightmare, but it was handled with professionalism and compassion. A routine tox screen of a DUI suspect at a hospital turned deadly (read entire article)
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By: Robert F. Abbott
Ever use someone else to get your message out?For example, big, multi-location companies sometimes make important announcements through local (read entire article)
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By: Mike Dempsey
With the advent of global communications come many opportunities to expand and enhance your business, never before have we had the ability to do so mu (read entire article)
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By: Kris Mills
I often get asked what sorts of sales pieces does a business needto maximise their sales conversions and repeat sales. Well - every business I (read entire article)
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By: Robert Jordan
Much of the chaos in New Orleans could have been avoided if police, fire and emergency personnel had been able to communicate with their command cent (read entire article)
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By: David Leonhardt
Communication in the wilderness is a matter of survival, as well as convenience. Before even leaving home, communications must begin. In fact, our f (read entire article)
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By: Richard Logan
Voice communications and data technologies have been converging for several years. PBXs, which have historically been voice-only products have evolved (read entire article)
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By: ARA
REDMOND, Wash. -- May 4, 2004 -- Microsoft Corp. today announced the opening of the beta program for Microsoft® Office Live Communications Server 200 (read entire article)
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Exclusive License Paves Way for Development of a Broad Range of RFID Products For Mobile Computing and Handheld DevicesNewark, CA– 1/26/2004 (read entire article)
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Wireless connectivity and mobile bar code scanning products drive fifth consecutive quarter of sequential revenue growth; revenue increases 49% from (read entire article)
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By: Michael Lemm
The current "frenzy" over VoIP seems to focused mostly on BroadBand phones and their predicted replacement of landline phone calls as we know it. (read entire article)
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SDIO Connectivity Products Enable Mobile Workers to Leverage the Existing Wireless InfrastructureNewark, CA– 3/23/2004 — Socket Communication (read entire article)
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By: Charles Carter
Your PBX system has served you well in the past and with a bit of upkeep and maintenance will continue to meet your needs in the future. However change is on the horizon.It's not so much that the PBX (read entire article)
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By: Andi Jepson
A Short History of Corporate VideoIn the 80s and early 90s video was widely acknowledged as the best way to deliver training; promote a product or service. It is entertaining, highly effective and req (read entire article)
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By: Barb McEwen
Today more than ever there is a real lack of good communication. We see it everywhere -- in the conflict of war and aggression, we see it in big business where managers and workers alike are not heard (read entire article)
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By: Kundan Upadhyaya
Coaxial Cable is a type of wire that consists of a center wire surrounded by insulating materials and then a grounded shield of braided wire. Coaxial cable is a cable type used to carry radio signals, (read entire article)
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By: Oleg Ilin
I mentioned in my previous articles that RSS technology can be successfully used as an improved substitute for emails.People simply subscribe to RSS feeds and they can use multiple RSS Readers to read (read entire article)
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By: Mary Eule
Understand HierarchyBefore beginning the designing process, it's a good idea to outline your key message points. Understanding what you want your audience to hear or see first will guide content plac (read entire article)
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By: Jon Butt
One of the most talked about communications tools of today, VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) makes it possible for you to make a call from anyplace so long as you have a broadband connection, makin (read entire article)
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By: Jessica Liu
VOIP is an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol, and it works by using your broadband internet connection to route your call more efficiently and cost effectively than conventional calling. The mo (read entire article)
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By: Martin Bailey
It's all very well having a flashy (and expensive) advertising campaign, backed up by a wealth of positive PR, but if your staff are not all pulling in the same direction this could be the biggest lea (read entire article)
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By: Debbie Bailey
At that moment when our eyes are locked in silent communication, we are, in essence, touching. -Debbie BaileyBesides touch (not really an option in a presentation setting), eye contact is the most (read entire article)
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