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Unit 12 Btec P1 - Task P1A

marketing when it comes to cost, relationship building and sales. Instantly millions of people can have access to a company, its products or services, and this can be done at any time anywhere in the world. Usually communication is done via e-mail reducing costs in telephone calls as well. And this benefits not only businesses which do not need to spend large sums of money on traditional ways of advertising but also benefits consumers who do not need to make telephone calls to know more about...

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Communication and technology

people from anywhere in the world. Furthermore, e-mails have completely changed the whole concept of sending a letter. Using the mail is old fashioned and used nearly only for billing. E-mail is a much easier and quicker option. It gives us the chance to write a letter only once when we want to send it to everyone, by writing a general e-mail. The e-mail system is widely used in companies. News and information is passed to the employees through e-mail. To conclude, technology has transformed us into...

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Information on Computer Protection

when credit card numbers were stolen by criminals tricking people into revealing sensitive information or by computer programs that gather credit card data. • Non-fraud-related complaints pertained to issues such as computer intrusions, unsolicited e-mail, and child pornography. COMPUTER THREATS: VIRUSES • A COMPUTER VIRUS is a computer program that attaches itself to another computer program (known as the host program) and attempts to spread itself to other computers when files are exchanged...

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Steel Company

complete the order.  Little sends an e-mail message to West Coast Steel Company inquiring into the availability of 10 tons of the described grade of steel.  West Coast replies by e-mail that it has available the required 10 tons of steel  and quotes $450 per ton.  Little replies by e-mail that it will purchase the 10 tons of described steel at the quoted price.  The e-mails are signed electronically by Little and West Coast.  There is no date set forth in the e-mails for delivery.  When the steel arrives...

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Law. Big Time Toymaker

parties have a contract? According to the scenario, both Big Time Toymaker and Chou did partake in an oral contract. During the meeting both parties reached an oral distribution agreement, and a confirmation of the terms of the agreement was sent by e-mail. 2. What facts may weigh in favor of or against Chou in terms of the parties’ objective intent to contract? The facts in favor of Chou would oral agreement and email he received from Big Time Toymaker. The facts against Chou would be that there...

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Teacher Liability

This last suggestion is a gray area or judgment call, as the teacher is responsible for all the children in a class, not just one. | | | ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form E-mail Your Results | My name is (first last): | | E-mail my results to: | | E-mail address: | Send as: | Me: | | | Instructor: | | | TA: | | | Other: | | | Help | | Bottom of Form |...

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Communication Technology

activities. Science constantly seeks faster, better, more-efficient, less-costly, and more-streamlined technologies. The advent of e-mail has drastically improved the way many people communicate on a day to day basis. E-mails are fast, easy, cheap, and can be easily stored and looked up again later simply because the fact that they are electronic. With the use of e-mail, we also use fewer natural resources. The invention of cell phones make it possible for people to forward business phones when out...

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My Dream Computer

My dream computer would host my e-mails, my blog and all my data. It would replace my phone and my game console. It would fit in my pocket and it's battery would last a full day. It would have a powerful CPU, an ergonomic keyboard, and a big screen. To host my blog and my mail server, I have to let my mighty desktop computer allways plugged in, always connected to the internet. This raises some issues: 1. My mighty desktop uses energy. 2. It exposes itself to viruses. 3. Many internet...

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Means Of Communication

communication. People Telephones To communicate by voice to one another. Used for private communication. People Television Used to get information across to the public and entertainment. Used for mass communication. People Electronic Mail (E-mail) To send and receive mail from one another through electronics. Used for private communication. People Instant Messaging To communicate to anyone around the world quickly and easily. People Internet Used to access many resources from around the world and from...

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how to talk to your boss

you a card versus dropping you an e-mail. Somebody took the time to get out the ink, to pick the fountain pen, to write the card, to mail the card, to think about you, and to think about what to say. That is part of business etiquette that in today's technological age, we overlook. We drop and e-mail without even taking a second look at it. We send e-mails when we are emotional, and then we can not take back what we have said. In the voice mail, text message e-mail society. Go back to the old-fashioned...

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