Examples of Organizational Communication Technology

 

Neden for er tabel 13.1 fra Kathrine Millers Organizational Communication gengivet.

Selv om den er hentet fra 5th edition der er udgivet i 2009, så er det påfaldende så meget det ligner et historisk arkiv. Fordi de enkelte teknologier er så nøje beskrevet. Og fordi der helt åbentlyst er nogle stykker som ikke  optræder.

Det kan forekomme  som en selvfølgelighed hvad vi har med at gøre. Men det kan også opfattes som en kvalitet i sig selv, at vi gør os den anstrengelse faktisk at redegøre for hvad vi har med at gøre. Det historiske og det aktuelle blik bliver skærpet.

Technology Description
Electronic mail User creates a written document at a computer and sends the document via computer to other user(s). Messages may be answered, filed, and/or discarded.
Instant messaging (IM) Allows immediate communication with others online via the keyboard.
Voice mail Messages are left and retrieved via voice synthesis technology on telephone. Messages can be edited, stored, and forwarded.
Facsimile (fax) Document images are transmitted to another location by telephone and communication technology
Audio and video conferencing Allows participation in group meeting by participants at many location. The conference can involve voice, image, and graphical material.
Computer conferencing Allows synchronous or asynchronous participation in a conference on a specified topic. Typically includes the ability to poll participants and to maintain a transcript of proceedings.
Management information system Computer system that stores and integrates information from throughout the organization for retrieval and use in decision making.
Group decision support system (GDSS) Computer and communication technologies configured to maintain data sources, enhance information capacity, and provide decision-making structures for individuals and groups.
Internet and World Wide Web (WWW) The internet is a complex system of telecommunications linkages amojng major computer facilities worldwide. The World Wide Web is the sophisticated application on the Internet that allows widespread access to graphics and information, gateways to other Web sites, and interactivity for chat and customer service.
Wireless networks Celluar telphones are the most familiar form of wireless communication. Computers and handhled computing devices (e.g. personal digital assistants) can also be connected in wireless networks for a variety of business applications
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