Skype

Skype /ˈskaɪp/ is a freemium voice-over-IP service and instant messaging client, currently developed by the Microsoft Skype Division. The name was derived from "sky" and "peer".Skype was first released in August 2003. It was created by Janus Friis (Denmark) and Niklas Zennström (Sweden) in cooperation with Ahti Heinla, Priit Kasesalu, and Jaan Tallinn (Estonia), who supplied the backend which was also used in Kazaa. Skype had 663 million registered users as of the end of 2010. It was bought by Microsoft in 2011 for $8.5 billion.
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  • Flex hours: making it work for your business

    … If the number of articles published on Forbes.com alone is any indication, workplace flexibility is a hot topic for today’s employers. Researchers and pundits alike hail the benefits of flexible work arrangements, which include employee happiness, productivity, and engagement. In certain circumstances, such as where an employee faces health…

    Wendy Woloshyn/ kentemploymentlaw.com- 24 readers -
  • Make Business Cards Great Again

    … We live in a digital world. We communicate by text, email, chat, social media, Skype, and more. In a society where we connect instantaneously with one click, why do we need business cards? Exchanging business cards face-to-face forms a much more personal connection than emailing someone. This is why business cards likely remain the most often…

    Stacey Burke/ Stacey E Burke Blog- 22 readers -
  • How To Welcome Your New Client

    … meetings, including face-to-face, Skype, phone call, and more. Give Them Something To Remember You By: Swag Sometimes the little things can make all of the difference. When a law firm provides free swag, if it is really cool and useful, the recipients take notice and find it memorable. Swag refers to branded tangible items that a business gives out…

    Stacey Burke/ Stacey E Burke Blog- 19 readers -
  • IMPACT OF FINAL INJUNCTIONS

    … affected) or the court has compelled you to do so through the entry of alimony or support. 6. You may be prevented from having unsupervised visitation or in some cases any contact with your children. This means you can’t contact them, see them, talk to them, Skype with them, take them to school, pick them up from the bus stop, go to their extra…

    Khara Alvero/ Mander Law Group- 7 readers -
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