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Instant Messaging Skype First released in 2003 by Estonian developers Ahti Heinla, Priit Kasesalu, and Jaan Tallinn. (Skype, 2010).
Over 600 million users.
Microsoft bought Skype for $8.5 billion in 2011. Up to 50-hrs. call from different locations
(Holtz, 2005) Social Media: Skype By Jessica Huynh & Karen Velazquez Skype & Communication Online Calls TV Computer Cell phone Skype is a piece of Internet software, part of what is known as "Voice over Internet Protocol" (VoIP) that can be used in a variety of electronic devices (Holtz, 2005). ? No physical interaction needed. Messaging Communicate quickly and informally between individuals.
Unlimited text memory. Rare instances when an IM is sent to unintended third contact (Prather, 2011). Peer to Peer applications: no servers (Chizick 2012). Videoconferencing- Pros Benefits companies Either Free or at cheap prices Enhances long-distance relationships It is helpful for students Videoconferencing- Cons Pros Cons People can get your exact location
(Sengupta, 2011). Bad internet connection Trouble with video quality Unable to use other web pages Impacts Keeping close relationships globally. Change the way people du business. Enhanced social media. Thank
You :D Conclusion Review of Pros and Cons
Skype & Communication