Internal Communication

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Internal Communication E-mail This is a method of communication which is available to anyone with a telephone and a computer with a modem. The modem connects the computer to the telephone network allowing it to transmit and receive encoded data which can be displayed on the computer. Each email user has a "mailbox" with a unique address into which messages can be sent ready for the recipient to "collect" and read. This system has become widely used both between businesses and within organisations as a quick and efficient form of communication. The benefits include: 1 It is cheap and easy to use so there will be quick and efficient communication within the business. 2 All…show more content…
In addition, some firms may also include a "referenc4e" and a "heading" or title to indicate the main content of the message. The advantages of memos are: 1 Memos are brief only the necessary information is used 2 They are convenient as the notations at the top give ready reference to subject matter 3 Inexpensive 4 Memos can be used as reference as a record of information for later use Telephone Today the telephone system is based on state of the art electronics and it is possible to communicate directly to people in all parts of the world. In the last 100 years the telephone has become an invaluable business aid, allowing messages to be sent and received immediately in every form of business operation. Advantages 1 The immediate passing of information to another person. 2 They are easy to use and universally available, as all businesses are on the telephone network. 3 An immediate reply can be obtained which gives feedback to the message passed. 4 The service is relatively cheap. Although long distance calls can be more expensive, different rates for calls at different times of the day can be used to help reduce costs further. 5 The recent growth in the use of mobile telephones has made the system more flexible. This means
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