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    • Description/Tools
    • Case Study
    • Strengths/Opportunities
    • Weaknesses/Threats
    • Webinar – Short for “Web Seminar”, typically one-way, conference type communication
    • Skype – started as person-to-person calling service via the Internet, but has now extended to businesses
    • Video Calling
    • Inexpensive Skype to Phone/Mobile Calling (1.2-1.4 cents/minute)
    • Free Skype calls
    • Group video calling
    • Free Conference Calls
    • Voicemail
    • Send Files
    • Screen Sharing – Presentations, Photos
    • SMS via Skype (texting)
    • Call transfer to anyone on Skype
    • Instant Messaging to anyone on Skype
    • Maxim is an international engineering company
    • Mission – Deliver innovative analog and mixed-signal engineering solutions that add value to customers' products
    • Serves approximately 35,000 customers worldwide
    • Worldwide Locations in America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
    • More than 2,000 employees in 70 offices worldwide.
    • Uses: Video/Voice Calls, Conference Calls, and Instant Messaging.
    • Saved the company $200,000 in their first year using Skype.
    • STRENGTHS
      • Free
      • Easy to use for both organizations and clients
      • Quick and Convenient
    • OPPORTUNITIES
      • Internal Communication throughout International orgs
      • Communication with distant clients
      • Communication via mobile through Skype
    • WEAKNESSES
      • All communicators must have downloaded Skype to their computer to be free
      • Company must be equipped with web-cameras
    • THREATS
      • Misuse by other companies.
      • Teen abuse.
    • http://blogs.skype.com/business/2009/12/maxim.html/
    • http://www.maxim-ic.com/
    • http://www.openforum.com/idea-hub/topics/technology/article/how-to-use-skype-for-business-communications-adam-ostrow/
    • http://www.ccimeet.com/Webinar/webinar.asp