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Computer & Business Show Guide

Telecommuting is the practice of working at home, or at a satellite location near the home, where employees use computer and telecommunications technology in lieu of traveling to a central workplace. The goal of telecommuting is to move workplaces to ...

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Computer & Business Show Guide

The company found the newest design idea in office environments: Personal Harbors. Designed by Grand Rapids-based Steelcase Inc., Personal Harbors are self-enclosed, mobile offices that provide workers with 60 square feet of desk space, shelves, drawers and electrical power sources. ...

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Computer & Business Show Guide

But if you really want to make it easier for your customers to get information about you and from you quickly, remember that they’re more likely to have access to a facsimile machine than to a high-speed node on the ...

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Computer & Business Show Guide

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1995 11:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. “MOTIVATING EMPLOYEES THROUGH RECOGNITION & REWARDS” Which incentives motivate what type of people? How do you decide which products will capture their attention? Learn a step-by-step approach that you can put ...

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Computer & Business Show Guide

EXHIBITOR BOOTH NUMBER(S) ABRA SOFTWARE/BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY 0317 ADT SECURITY SYSTEMS 0214 APICS/AMERICAN PRODUCTION & INVENTORY 0304 ADVANCED BUSINESS MACHINES INC. 0516 ADVANCED IMAGE MANAGEMENT INC. 0708 ALTERNATIVE PERSONAL SOFTWARE 0113, 0115, 0117 AMERICAN POWER CONVERSION 0417 AMERICAN TONER & CARTRIDGE ...

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Beware “toner phoners”
and other supply scams

“We are calling because we have a great sale going on right now on toner for your copier. With all the price changes lately and more to come, now would be a great time to purchase a case of toner ...

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Computer & Business Show Guide

Welcome! The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce is proud to again sponsor the 11th Annual Rochester Computer & Business Show, and extends greetings to exhibitors and show visitors. This show provides an excellent opportunity for area businesses to market and ...

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The European team

Colin Montgomery, Scotland (755,321 Ryder Cup points): Has emerged as one of the best players in the world since turning pro in 1987. Had 13 top-10 finishes in 21 starts on the European Tour in 1994 and 10 in 14 ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

Rochester plays host next week to the 31st Ryder Cup Matches. For three days, tens of thousands of visitors–and millions of golf fans worldwide–will train their sights on the East Course at Oak Hill Country Club. We looked at the ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

From the Times-Union Open in the 1940s to the 1995 Ryder Cup matches, Oak Hill has been the scene of some of golf’s most memorable moments. It has hosted the United States Golf Association’s Men’s Amateur Championship, the U.S. Open ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

In seven days, the 1995 Ryder Cup matches will begin at the Oak Hill Country Club East Course, a grand old golf course that has proved many times its worthiness to host such a prestigious event. The Ryder Cup has ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

Corey Pavin (1,054.167 Ryder Cup points): At 5 feet 9 inches and 150 pounds, Pavin is one of the little big men on the PGA Tour. Known for his fierce competitiveness. Won the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. Winner of ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

The fifth fairway at Oak Hill parallels Allens Creek, which runs down the right side all the way to the green. It demands a long, accurate tee shot that must avoid the water but carry far enough to ensure a ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

Take a multiplier coefficient representing dollar transactions spawned by the base commercial activity that is the Ryder Cup. Calculate an output multiplier representing the full tally of gross sales revenues and/or business receipts generated by said base commercial activity, broken ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

Charles Miersch, associate dean of the University of Rochester’s William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, describes himself as a “social” golfer. “I shoot in the 90s,” he says, “play once or twice a week.” Right. Sorry, Charlie, but ...

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