Managing to communicate: using telecommunications for increased business efficiency

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J. Wiley, May 31, 1994 - Business & Economics - 170 pages
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Concentrates on telecom management objectives, style and technique, with an emphasis on a thorough understanding of technology and how it can be used to best serve business. Gives a framework for management of telecommunications technology for maximum business benefit. Describes the most important aspects of the technologies available to companies, explaining how to match these against critical business communications requirements and realize the benefits while simultaneously minimizing costs.

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Contents

The Communications Manager
19
Human Communication ServicesVoice and Video
35
Networks for Computers and Electronic Equipment
61
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Martin Clark is a social entrepreneur. He provides advice and financial products to help other social entrepreneurs to establish their businesses. He also lectures on the topic of social entrepreneurialism at the Said Business School, Oxford University.