Working With The Web -- a Strategic Business Tool
If you want to do business along the information superhighway, but aren't sure how -- your telephone and a free book can provide your answer.
A free 48-page introduction to leveraging the World Wide Web as a strategic business tool is now available to small business owners.
Called How Businesses of Any Size Can Profit from High-Speed ISDN Access to the World Wide Web, it's written by James Bryce, a nationally known writer and lecturer on computer and telephone technologies.
In clear, non-technical language, Bryce tells small business owners how to:
Bryce has also written Special Edition Using ISDN (Que Publishing, 1996), a definitive reference work. He installed the first commercial Ethernet network for IBM PCs and has consulted with organizations across the country about networking and the convergence of computer and telephone technology.
- Exchange electronic mail and other strategic communications with customers and suppliers.
- Browse the Web using the same high-speed telephone service (ISDN) employed by many larger corporations. Available from local telephone companies, ISDN enables PCs connected to the Internet to send and receive data four to five times faster than with conventional modem speeds.
- Easily transfer large graphical files to and from any Web site.
The booklet comes from the manufacturers of the WebRamp, an all-in-one Internet access device designed specifically for small businesses looking to grow larger. For a copy of the high-speed access booklet, call, toll-free, 1-888-493-2726, ext. 505. Or you can e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more, call 408-988-5353; fax 408-988-6363 or see the Web site: http://www.rampnet.com/. (NAPSI)
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