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Which is interesting for a business collaboration tool, right?… Read More
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You know what, I hadn’t thought about this, but it is true. How differently we view a request for a call or quick online chat than we did just a few months ago?
“If you think now is a bad time to network it’s because you think networking is about events. It’s not. It’s about connection and conversation. And so, while now is a terrible time for events, it’s a great time for connection and conversation. All the more so because you can more easily expand your geographic reach. Asking for a Zoom call or even a phone call would have seemed awkward with some folks just a few months ago. Now it’s just how we do things. Which instantly expands the pool of potential connections. “… Read More
Sarah’s post has some good info, but this is just unbelievable… “The Washington Post further reported that FCPS’s issues, in part, resulted from FCPS’s failure to apply software updates for nearly two years and refusal to migrate to more advanced … Read More
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