Electronic Communications In Business Electronic communications have come along way. It began in 1867 with the invention of the typewriter, which eliminated the need for handwritten business letters and documents. Then the invention of the telephone in 1876 reduced the need for face-to-face meetings. Today we have numerous types of new technology, which enable us to do business faster and more efficient than ever before. These technologies include fax, e-mail, teleconferencing/videoconferencing
for personal pursuits in the workplace has seen phenomenal growth over the last quarter century. Along with this growth, employers and employees alike have used the internet as a tool to increase profit, manage time and facilitate communications. However, such technological advancement has its issues. The problem investigated is how the growth of electronic monitoring has changed employee expectations of privacy in the workplace. Should employees be able to use the internet for personal items
want their every movement and thought logged. Technology now makes it possible for employers to keep track of virtually all workplace communications made by any employee. This monitoring includes supervision of telephone conversations, voicemail, e-mails and Internet use. Such supervision is virtually unfettered. Therefore, unless company policy specifically states otherwise your employer may listen to, watch and read most of your workplace exchanges. Federal law has loose regulations on the monitoring
Privacy Report 1 In this report, I will be addressing e-mail, Internet use, and privacy policies in my workplace; the current laws regulating employee e-mail and Internet privacy; the reasons to companies carry out e-mail and Internet use policies; the assumptions employees make about their privacy at work; and how these policies affect employee privacy at work. E-Mail and Internet Use , Privacy Policies The E-mail/Internet usage and privacy policies at my job are part of a system of
Electronic Mail and The Written Word Imagine a world without cyber culture technology. Picture using telegrams, typewriters, and payphones to connect to the world, sending all correspondence through mail, and leaving messages on home answering machines. At one time, these outdated items were the wave of the future. Mark Twain couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw the typewriter. Why aren’t these technical advances not good enough anymore? Why have these ways of communicating become historical
technology by governments that had sufficient resources to use the technology for sinister purposes. The new threat is not technology in the hands of government, it is technology alone. What once required massive manpower, now requires merely a personal computer. Technology has made the power to monitor others widely available, whether to governments, private enterprise or individuals. This article discusses some of the laws applicable to the monitoring of employees in the private workplace.
communicated through mail by the use of the pony express and through the electrical speech machine, known today as the telephone. In the 20th century into the beginning of the 21st century the new technology of computers has become widely available to people around the world. With computers, the internet has changed the way people communicate today. Postal mail and telephones are still used, but advancing technology currently provides communication through instant messaging, e-mail, and webcams.
Modem Uses Digital lines are used for transmitting large volumes of data at a fast rate. Analogue lines are often used by single users with little data transfer, perhaps for a small amount of e-mail used over a conventional telephone line. Advantages and Disadvantages * Digital lines are more expensive to install than normal telephone lines and the line rental is higher. * Modems must be purchased for use with normal telephone lines. * There is much faster transmission
Email is an abbreviation for electronic mail. You need to have an Internet connection to access your email. We Will Learn to: • Define email and list its benefits • List popular email service providers • Create an email account • Draft an email • Send an email What is an Email? An email is an electronic message that may contain text, files, images, or other attachments. Emails can be sent to an individual or a group of persons.
designed from the ground up, providing the best connection and signal performance. Digital PCS is software based thus providing better applications such as caller ID, voice mail, enhanced battery management, paging, and encryption systems. They save time by providing on demand information including alerting the owner immediately when a voice mail is received, and when the battery of the phone will expire. They are affordable in cost because many companies are in competition to provide the best service. This