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Technology & Communication in the Workplace

Business doesn't happen face to face as often as some would like. With so many workers worldwide now working in virtual teams, many business relationships depend on technology. And that's not a bad thing -- as long they're using the right technologies in the right ways.

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I found this while searching through Forbes.com | This article is written by Natalie Burg who is a freelancer specializing in growth, entrepreneurship, and innovation.She has previous experience as a downtown development professional. After... more »I found this while searching through Forbes.com | This article is written by Natalie Burg who is a freelancer specializing in growth, entrepreneurship, and innovation.She has previous experience as a downtown development professional. After looking at her Linkedin, I found that she has a lot of experience in business journalism for online publications such as Capital Gains and The Content Strategist. This makes the article reliable in addition to it being on a well-know platform such as Forbes. | I was informed about how co-workers interactions are now heavily reliant on technology. It is becoming less common to expect a traditional board meeting and group project in person because they are now moving online. This allows people to work from home and communicate more easily with their coworkers. The article emphasized that this isn't a bad thing because interactions are usually more productive and collaborative. | This information relates to the course of study because it focuses on applied technology in the workplace for communication. It is also beneficial to have an understanding of what to expect for the future when collaborating with coworkers. It may not be the traditional boardroom we are used to seeing. 04-07-2015 7:19pm

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