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Destino Santiago!! Primera vez que vuelo con Ryanair. Estoy algo nerviosa porque esta compañía no tiene muy buena prensa. De momento el persinal de tierra parece simpatico. Hacia tiempo que no estaba en la Terminal 2 del Aeropuerto del Prat. Cuantas horas y cuantos viajes se han iniciado...

Hoy nos enteramos de que soitu (www.soitu.es) cierra. Que lástima. Parece ser según los posts y twitts que he leído que la causa es la retirada del BBVA en el proyecto. Ya vivimos lo mismo con adn.es y ahora les ha tocado a Soitu. Una...

¿ Cómo saber si tu incidencia es tuya o de todo el sistema ? "En estos momentos,todos nuestros operadores están ocupados, y no podemos atender su llamada" Gracias Telefónica - no obstante, podrias tomar ejemplo de Fecsa que cuando hay una averia localizada, aunque tampoco te dejan...

Very interesting article on social networking. Source: BBC News Companies should not dismiss staff who use social networking sites such as Facebook and Bebo at work as merely time-wasters, a Demos study suggests. Attempts to control employees' use of such software could damage firms in the long run by limiting the way staff communicate, the think tank said. Social networking can encourage employees to build relationships with colleagues across a firm, it added. However, businesses are warned to be strict with those who abuse access.
'Intuitive interaction' Firms are increasingly using networking software to share documents and collaborate in ideas, the research found. And while more work-specific systems, such as LinkedIn or bespoke in-house software tended to be used for work matters, the likes of Facebook, Bebo and MySpace still had a place, said Peter Bradwell, a Demos researcher and the report's author.  
  Banning Facebook and the like goes against the grain of how people want to interact Peter Bradwell Demos
"They are part of the way in which people communicate which they find intuitive," he said. "Banning Facebook and the like goes against the grain of how people want to interact. Often people are friends with colleagues through these networks and it is how some develop their relationships." Using technology to build closer links with ex-employees and potential customers could also boost productivity, innovation and create a more democratic working environment, Mr Bradwell added. "In today's difficult business environment, the instinctive reaction can be to batten down the hatches and return to the traditional command-and-control techniques that enable managers to closely monitor and measure productivity. "Allowing workers to have more freedom and flexibility might seem counter-intuitive, but it appears to create businesses more capable of maintaining stability."

Mi primer SIMO fue en 1989, cuando trabajaba en la División de Distribución de Philips Informática y Comunicaciones s.a. Era Product Specialist, o Product Manager ( en función de con quién hablabas ), y mi producto eran terminales punto de venta para restaurantes - más...

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