* ORGANIZATION COMMUNICATION
* INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
* HOW IT SUPPORT TO THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
* AUDIO CONFERENCE
* VIDEO CONFERENCE
Organizational communication is a sub field of the larger discipline of communication studies. Organizational communication, as a field, is the consideration, analysis, and criticism of the role of communication in organizational contexts
Information technology (IT) is the application of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data, often in the context of a business or other enterprise. The term is commonly used as a synonym for computers and computer networks, but it also encompasses other information distribution technologies such as television and telephones. Several industries are associated with information technology, such as computer hardware, software, electronics, semiconductors, internet, telecom equipment, e-commerce and computer the Information Technology Association of America has defined information technology as "the study, design, development, application, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems". The responsibilities of those working in the field include network administration, software development and installation, and the planning and management of an organization's technology life cycle, by which hardware and software is maintained, upgraded, and replaced.
HOW IT SUPPORT TO THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
Information technology tools help to organizational Communication. such as email, internet, extranet , intranet, audio conference, video conference…etc These tools are helping as,
Imagine an ordinary day at work. You probably start in the morning with a cup of coffee, greet your colleagues and then the inevitable happens, you log in on your computer. For many of us the latter simple action has become automatic behavior and we don’t even realize that this act is dominating the rest of the office day. E-mails constantly ask for attention and intrude our working schedule. The Linked In (a business-oriented social networking site) profile needs an update, one has to respond to messages on the discussion board, scan the company network for news messages, etc. Only few have the discipline to structure the day in such a way that they plan fixed times to deal with e-mail. Remarkably, the answering of e-mail is rarely part of our job description, but more an underlying assumption of the functioning in nowadays’ organizational life. It is evident that computer-mediated communication (CMC) has become very common in work life. E-mail is still the most prevalent form of CMC within organizations. And, in fact, the increasing use of mobile devices in business has given the experience of e-mail a new dimension. Therefore, in the present paper we focus predominantly on the impact of e-mail, provided by personal computers as well as smart mobile devices, on organizational life. There is a still increasing number of studies on the social psychological aspects of computer-mediated communication, but to date the impact of mobile e-mail on organizational life has been neglected. Obviously, as with every new innovative technology there are advantages and disadvantages in using it. The original idea of e-mail was that it facilitates our communication and makes lives at work easier. Unfortunately, there are, besides advantages also side effects. This theoretical paper aims to overview the impact of (mobile) e-mail on organizational life. The impact of e-mail on a regular workday is inherent on differences between e-mail and face-to-face
Organizational communication, perhaps more than any other aspect of organizational theory and practice, has been subject to dramatic change. As organizations increased in size,...
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