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Netscape Communicator

An earlier suite of Web browsing and groupware tools from Netscape that were packaged as a bundle starting with Navigator 4.0. Communicator refers to any Netscape Navigator product with a version number less than 6.0. It included the Navigator browser, Netscape Messenger e-mail client, Netscape Collabra threaded discussions, Netscape Composer HTML editor and Netscape Conference, which provided audio and videoconferencing, whiteboard, text chat and collaborative browsing. The Professional version added group calendaring and scheduling, remote administration and 3270 emulation. See Netscape Navigator, Netscape Netcaster and Mozilla.
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If the senior communicator is part of the dominant coalition, or fully supported by this group, then centralization or decentralization is not an issue," said Driscoll, who cited problems with both models.
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Ethics and governance issues were heatedly discussed at the mock trial of a communicator who breached the association's Code of Ethics, though the lessons learned were clearly based in reality.
Where the DS300-D offers modular design and snap-on GSM and Zigbee modules, the DS400 combines the DS100 satellite subscriber communicator and a microprocessor board for third party applications with optional internal GSM and Zigbee modules.
These "quadrants of change"--political, economic, demographic and technological--will no doubt combine and recombine in ways that place the communicator and communication in increasingly critical roles.
Communicators acknowledged that it's their professional and personal responsibility to lead the way in ensuring that the story is accurate and reflects ethical business practices.
The communicator should be able to engender goodwill and mutual understanding through meetings, briefing sessions, orientation/training manuals and other vital media.
Our Media Center Communicator software is amazingly fast running on an Apple Mac mini Intel Core Duo machine," said Dean Weber, president and CEO at One Voice Technologies.
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