The History of Business Communication

The history of business communication is, of course, closely linked with the histories of communication itself and that of business operations. When the two merge, they become a vital part of successful commerce. Communication is the process where a concept is shared between two living things. It can occur as a gesture, sound or visually […]

Basic Components of Cellular Systems

1. Introduction There are various cellular systems in the world, such as the GSM and CDMA. The design of these cellular systems are complicated but the architecture of most cellular systems can be broken down into six basic components. In this article, I will illustrate the six basic components that can be found in most […]

Role of Decision Support System For Decision-Making Process in Global Business Environment

Decision Support System: A Decision Support System is an integrated set of computer tools allowing a decision maker to interact directly with computer to retrieve information useful in making semi structured and unstructured decisions. Example of this decisions include such things as merger and acquisition decisions, plant expansion, new product decisions portfolio management and marketing […]

The Human Body Maintenance System

The human body consists of organs and organ systems which work together to maintain both internal and external conditions of the body. The importance of the human body’s maintenance system is indeed very high. Individuals can easily get sick due to the imbalances of the internal conditions and different fluctuations that can occur anytime due […]

Cellular Phone Scanners – How Mobile Phone Scanners Work

Cellular phone scanners are devices that are used to intercept and monitor conversations through mobile phones. These are commonly used in law enforcement and by private detectives who are specially commissioned to track suspicious individuals. In some cases, they can also be used by businesses to record phone conversations with clients for proper documentation of […]

Interpersonal Communication – Tone of Voice and Body Language

One of our subscribers who responded to the last article, Interpersonal Communication – Encoding The Response , asserted that e-mails effectively can convey tone of voice and body language. Let's explore this proposal. In interpersonal communication, the two-way channel implicitly means that the sender requests to "imply" something and that the Receiver needs to "infer" […]