Thursday, April 9, 2009

April 22nd: Use web conferencing to manage remote workers

TechRepublic Webcasts Visit TechRepublic
Use Interactive Web Conferencing to Manage Off-Site Workers

Find out how interactive web conferencing can help your business save money while improving productivity among off-site employees and their managers, colleagues and customers. We'll discuss these and related topics during this live TechRepublic Webcast on April 22nd.

Managing Remote Workers with Web Conferencing
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PT / 17:00 GMT

Register Now!

Topics include:

  • The trend toward telecommuting and the unique challenges
    it presents
  • How web conferencing can help your remote workers stay connected to their managers, colleagues and customers
  • Innovative new strategies to harness web conferencing for even greater savings, efficiency and productivity

Register NOW to participate on Wednesday, April 22nd!

Includes live Q&A!
Send us your feedbackFeedback

You have been selected to receive this email because you indicated you wanted to receive valuable information and product updates from technology vendors when you provided your e-mail address to TechRepublic. Your email address has not been given to any Third Parties.

Sign up for more free newsletters from TechRepublic - To manage your account settings or to remove yourself from all TechRepublic communications, please visit our Subscription Center.

The e-mail address for your subscription is
Unsubscribe from this e-mail | FAQ | Advertise | Privacy Policy | Terms of use

Copyright © 2009 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. TechRepublic, and the TechRepublic logo are registered trademarks of CBS Interactive Inc. Used by permission.

CBS Interactive Inc.
235 Second Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for understanding that we need to prevent the nasties.

Terms of Use

Personal & Educational Use Only This blog consists mainly of FREE newsletters from computer web gurus that I receive. I thought you might like to see them all in one place than try to discover them on your own. A moderate amount of editing may be done to eliminate unrelated repetitious ads or unnecessary text which bloat the post. However I have given the authors full credit and will not remove their site links because you deserve to see where it comes from and they deserve to get credit for what they have written. Your use of this site is simply for educational purposes. For more computer-related help go to: CPEDLEY.COM for free software, advice and tips on low cost products which are very helpful. If you want to contact the editor, please go CPEDLEY.COM and check the Contact page for email address.