The DTI has come to the aid of users lost in the maze of confusion it says has been created by vendors using industry jargon to describe their products.
In a series of seven booklets published last week, the DTI has attempted to cut through the confusion and provide no-nonsense advice on how to implement latest technologies such as the Internet and video conferencing.
Each booklet covers a different subject matter, which also include mobile communications, networking and EDI. The guides seek to explain in lay terms how and when a company should consider adopting a particular technology.
And the good news is, the guides are free.
For further information call the Information Society Initiative Infoline on 0345 152000.
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