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Nothing’s ever that simple, is it? It would be great if we could detail a genuinely flawless strategy for any aspect of business management, including your communications strategy. However, then, it just wouldn’t be management, would it? Still, if you haven’t yet implemented instant messaging into your regular communication systems, here’s everything you need to know – for better or worse. Read More: https://www.gamma.co.uk/blog/direct/pros-and-cons-of-instant-messaging-for-businesses/
First of all, the term ‘communication’ is much broader than many people think. It’s more than me talking to you, or you explaining a process to a colleague or client. Going far beyond customer services and employee engagement, business communication embodies everything from your corporate branding to the ethos of your entire business. Essentially, it’s so important because it’s in everything you do and deliver at once. Read More: https://www.gamma.co.uk/blog/direct/importance-of-business-communication/
Application sharing is just what it sounds like. A moderated process of allowing other users to access applications, or even share your desktop, essentially, it allows users to access information remotely. Whether they’re using a mobile device or personal workstation, and no matter how many people require access, they can get to it in real time – simultaneously. Read More: https://www.gamma.co.uk/blog/direct/what-is-application-sharing/
The acronym “ICT” can be defined in dauntingly broad terms; standing for information and communications technology (or technologies), ICT refers to “the infrastructure and components that enable modern computing”, as explained in an article on the TechTarget website. Read More: https://www.gamma.co.uk/blog/direct/importance-of-ict/
There’s that old saying: “a problem shared is a problem halved.” Some would even go as far as saying that a problem shared is a problem solved. While this may be venturing into overly ambitious territory, modern business communications solutions offer the chance to go one step further… Read More: https://www.gamma.co.uk/blog/direct/importance-of-effective-communication/