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By diplosor on 4 Mar 2010 | From the channel/s: 

WHY?

The first assumption is that once you have located useful information on the Internet, you will probably want to note the address (URL) of the information for easy future access.

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By diplosor on 3 Mar 2010 | From the channel/s: 

WHY?
In  many occasions diplomats need to organize or to be organized. Sometimes this activity refers to practical events (Conference, Meeting, Visit. etc.), sometime it refers to concepts or ideas (Reports, Speeches, Analysis, etc.).

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By diplosor on 3 Mar 2010 | From the channel/s: 

WHY?
Frequent communications are essential in the diplomatic world. International phone calls are the norm in diplomatic network. The 'Voice over IP' (VoIP) services offer interesting opportunities and can allow important savings through low cost calls.

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By diplosor on 2 Mar 2010 | From the channel/s: 

WHY?
The normal tool of ordinary and simple searches has now become, also for diplomats, the Internet. In particular the different search engines available (such as Google).

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By diplosor on 2 Mar 2010 | From the channel/s: 
WHY?
Diplomats are confronted every day with a vast amount of information to consult. Most of this information is available and consulted online. 
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By dejan on 2 Mar 2010 | From the channel/s: 

Video-conferencing was a big hype in the 1990s when it was promoted as a way to replace traditional meetings. As with much hype, it was followed by a "disillusionment" phase.

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By diplosor on 24 Feb 2010 | From the channel/s: 

WHY?
The amount of information that every diplomat stores in hard disks is growing fast. Therefore no matter how good you are in naming and organizing your files and your digital documents it will still be difficult to find the information you need.

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