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Electronic Communication in Buisness
Transcript of Electronic Communication in Buisness
Michael Acres: Intro and Conclusion
Joe McCormack : Definition of Electronic Comunication is.
Kyle Causey: History of Electronic Communication.
Cody Whitworth: The Why and How we use Electronic Communication. WHAT? WHEN? WHY? How many hours do you think you spend using electronic communication a day? What forms of electronic communication will be used in your career field? There are over 55 types of Electronic Communication in the workplace today. The average person spends an average of 8 hours a day infront of electronic devices. Telegraph, Telephone, and Radio 1.Telegraph was Invented by Joseph Henry in 1831
2. Samuel Morse invents the first long distance telegraph
line in 1843 1. March 10, 1876 the first time voice is transmitted by telephone.
2. In 1914 1st cross continental telephone call made. 1. In 1886 Heinrich Rudolph Herz shows that rapid variations of electronic current could be projested into space in the form of radio waves.
2. . Guglielmo Marconi transmits radio signals from Cornwall to Newfoundland in 1902, which was the first radio transmission accross the Atlantic Ocean. Sources: http://www.photosbymartin.com/images/peru/nasca/images/img_5597.jpg; What is Electronic Communication? To discuss electronic communication it is important to think of communication in society and life. Communication is found in all walks of life and is accomplished in a variety of ways such as
motion and movement, sounds, pictures and symbols. Even different animals use sounds and motion to communicate as it is pertinent to their survival in nature just as it is in our society to survival and to what degree an individual, group, or business will succeed. Source:Google Images; http://www.eyesclosed.org/introduction.html Electronic communication is self explanatory; it is the use of electronics to exchange information and data. With the rapidly advancing technology and demand for new and improved technology electronic communication has became largely apart of personal communication and communication in business. Sources: http://kreativesouls.com/2010/01/ks-exclusive-reruns-daughter-attacked-by-internet-hackers/ Communication has come a long way and electronic communication has replaced traditional
communication in so many areas of life. Electronic communications drastic and continuing spread throughout every area of life. These days people have experience and an understanding of electronic communication and regardless of the industry continuing to learn and expand knowledge is key to success in business. Source: http://www.myccs.com/profile/aboutus/aboutus.htm Source: Google Images Arpanet, NSFNET, and Internet Timeline 1. 1969 was the first Internet. Which had only 8 hosts. 2. ARPA, which is Advanced Research Projects Agency 3. In 1971 Email was invented, 23 hosts on ARPAnet 4. In1987 the number of hosts goes to 28,000 hosts 5. In 1989 number of hosts breaks 100,000 6. In 1990-1991 WWW (world Wide Web) is released and ARPAnet is dead. 7. By 1997 there are 19.5 million users, and 1 million web sites. 2010 Sources: http://xkcd.com/802_large/ Cell Phones In 1979 first cellular phone communication network started in Finland. 3G Was Invented with about a 3Mbps transfer V.S. 144 Kbps that 2G. Source: Google Images Why use Electronic Communication? Electronic communication lets you combine numerous media - text, graphics sound, video, etc. - into
a single message to be better tailored towards your audience. Electronic communication creates a new form of many-to-many communications that lets
geographically distributed groups communicate interactively and simultaneously through text, sound, and video. You can hold inexpensive video conferences or press conferences from your desk, or
conference with people at several desks located across the world. With the Internet you have the ability to transmit and receive large amounts of information quickly to
and from individuals and workgroups around the world. Source: Google Images Forms of Electronic Communications include: Social Networking Telecommunications / SMS Messaging Live Video Chat E-mail / Instant Messaging Sources: Google Images Advantages to Electronic Communication: Quicker response time Convenience of instant communication throughout the world Interaction between people residing in different geographical locations have increased and have
become more promising. Conversations are more visual and textual (This is very helpful for hearing impaired individuals) Recordable Input and Output Sources: Google Images Disadvantages to Electronic Communication: Security (people can intentionally send malicious programs like viruses, worms, and Trojans through emails, which is difficult to detect.) Privacy Issues Recordable Input and Output Sources: http://comtrec.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Computer-Internet-Security.jpg Resources:
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