BBA Modern form of Communication Note

BBA Modern form of Communication Note

  Modern form of Communication Note:- In this post Business communication notes for modern forms of Communication, International Communication, Cultural Sensitiveness, and Cultural Context, Writing and Presenting in International situations all topics included in this post. This post-BBA, MBA, B COM, M COM all students study business communication. we are provided business communication notes. Thanx to visit over website WWW.MonBin.Com

Modern form of Communication Note

Q. 1. What is the modern form of communication? Ans. Computer technology and telecommunication links via Satellites are bringing about revolutionary changes in the field of communication. The barriers of space and time have totally collapsed. The new modern technology is quicker, safer and more prone to distortion. Q. 2. What are the two advantages of modern forms of communication? Ans. (a) Modern way of communication increases the connectivity of the people. Now with the help of cellular phone one can easily keep himself connected with others from anywhere and at any time. (b) Copies of impart documents including certificates, degrees, agreements and contracts can easily be sent from one place to another with the help of fax machine. Q. 3. What is a word processor? Ans. A word processor combines in it the characteristics of a computer and a typewriter and can greatly simplify the work of written communication. Q. 4. What do you mean by telex? Ans. The telex is the name given by the post office people to a in teleprinter whereby, written message can be communicated from one place to another with the help of a machine.

Modern form of Communication Note

Q. 5. What is voice mail? Ans. Voice mail strictly speaking is a form of E-mail only. Here, a message instead of being communicated in a written form, is sent in the form of yoice of the caller. Q. 6. Define the term internet. Ans. The internet may be defined as a global collection of computers linked together by telephone lines, radio links or satellite links. It has been introduced in India quite recently but being extremely versatile and fast its popularity is increasing day by day. Q. 7. What is teleconferencing? Ans. Teleconferencing allows people to meet and work, collaboratively without having to be together in one room. They could be separated by an office, way or by thousand of kilometers that is immaterial. Q. 8. What is fax-on-demand? Ans. Fax-On-Demand or FOD is an automated fax retrieval system by which an organisation can receive requests for information organisation can receive requests for information and respond to those requests automatically, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, without ever touching the keyboard. Q.9. Define the term fax. Ans. Fax means to send a similar copy of the original. Through fax, any document printed or handwritten, graphs, charts, pictures etc. can be sent from one place to another place in the form of a photocopy with the help of telephone network. Q. 10. Write down the three advantages of fax system. Ans. (a) The message can be sent easily and quickly with the help of this system. (b)In the absence of concerned persons, fax machine can adopt the message. (c) There is no possibility of making alteration in the message to be sent through fax system.
Modern form of Communication Note
Q. 11. What are the three advantages of E-mail? Ans. (a) With the help of E-mail, a message can be sent to many persons at a time. (b) E-mail can be used to send message even when the receiver is not available on his computer. (C) Service of this powerful message system gives an immediate access to worldwide contacts. Q.12. What is telenet? Ans. Through telenet you can log in on any computer connected with internet and work on it as if it is under your control. This is also known as Remote Log In. It helps in downloading any latest and useful information from one computer to another computer. Q. 13. Write down the four problems by using internet. Ans. (a) Problem of language. (b) Busy lines. (c) Problem of hacking. (d) Misuse of credit cards. Q. 14. What is cellular or mobile phone? Ans. Cellular phone is also known as mobile phone as it is very small in size and can be taken easily wherever we go. It provides the advantage of connectivity, convenience and freedom to roam. The possessor of mobile phone can talk even during driving car or travelling in train. Now, most of the business transactions and exchange of information take place on mobile phones as it provides facility of talking with anyone at any time, at any place. Q. 15. What is teleprinter? Ans. The telex is the name given by the post office people to a teleprinter whereby written message can be communicated from one place to another with the help of a machine. When a message is to be sent, the typist presses a button, waits for the dial tone, dials the number desired and if the number of contacted, types the message. The message is typed on a small strip of paper at the receiver’s end. This is one of the quickest and most accurate methods of transmitting written communication.
Modern form of Communication Note

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