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The value of using NeoNova as our platform to for not only email, but for all the other services our end-users need is powerful," said Kelly Johnson, Data Communications Manager at Pioneer Communications in Ulysses, Kan.
Name: Bob Thomas Home: Northridge Age: 67 Occupation: Retired voice and data communications manager One idea: Thomas likes to spend $500 on 10-cent stocks and watch their progress, selling at around $5 a share.
Ysbyty Glan Clwyd data communications manager Margaret Jones said: ``The Nachia worm has been prevalent on a number of Windows 2000 PCs throughout the trust resulting in an overload on the network.
Garrick Colwell, vice president sales & marketing, said, "The introduction of this new MACH DS series represents the emergence of a powerful new class of multiplexers aimed at helping the data communications manager increase productivity and slash telecommunications costs.
The AT&T divestiture has thrust the data communications manager into a highly visible role with new planning and management responsibilities.
We used to be in a constant reactionary state," said Clarian Data Communications Manager Jon Hull.
More than 46% of attendees were corporate, general, telecommunications, or data communications managers.
Its readership consists of network managers, data communications managers, network administrators, telecom consultants, system analysts and support managers, and database organizers.