Electronic Imaging in Office Communications
Despite the dramatic changes that have occurred in the means by which offices do their work, the primary functions remain the same—reception, transmission, storage, retrieval, processing, and printout of information. The word "communication" indicates that information travels to and from sources. Thus communication in an office environment entails sending and receiving information. As we will see, electronic imaging is continuing to increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of office communications worldwide.
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