Buzzwords Dominate Business Communication

by Georgia Institute of Technology

Meetings, emails, and presentations are often filled with a seemingly endless stream of jargon — such as ‘pick the low-hanging fruit’ or ‘think outside the box’ — that is supposed to serve as shorthand to help convey a message. Does it work? Does its overuse become cliché? Why do people rely on jargon to communicate?

Researchers Make Headway in Quantum Information Transfer

by University of California - Santa Barbara
Fiber optics has made communication faster than ever, but the next step involves a quantum leap –– literally. In order to improve the security of the transfer of information, scientists are working on how to translate electrical quantum states to optical quantum states in a way that would enable ultrafast, quantum-encrypted communications.

Managing Communications

by Colin Sanford

A brief look at the value of a formalized communications program.