New Voice Features From Comcast Business Help The Teleworker Or Road Warrior

Top Walmart spox to Comcast/NBC

With this ever-growing trend in mind, its more crucial than ever for businesses to ensure the right tools are in place to allow teams to continue to communicate and collaborate. Enter: Comcast Business, which recently added new mobility features to Business VoiceEdge , a cloud-based business phone service. The new Business VoiceEdge features make working outside of the office easier than ever through: VoiceEdge mobile app A free smartphone app that manages voicemails and includes features that allow business calls to be answered from virtually any phone, anywhere. Teleworker options Business VoiceEdge can be installed at a home office to give employees the voice capabilities at home that they have in the office. Softphone calling A computer application that allows employees to make and receive phone calls directly from their laptops with their business phone number.
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NBCUniversal Names Comcast’s Marlene Sanchez Dooner EVP Hispanic Enterprises & Content

Her strong financial acumen and deep understanding of the distribution and broadcast industries make her the perfect fit for this exciting new position. Comcast said it will be initiating a national search for a head of Investor Relations in the coming weeks. Dooner earned a B.A. in Economics from St. Josephs University and an M.S. in Finance from Drexel University.
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ATLA throws a red carpet Pool Party “Homecoming”of the Parent, Young Adult, Youth & Teen Expo, 2013

“After seven incredibly rewarding years at Walmart, Im looking forward to taking on a new set of exciting opportunities at Comcast/NBC,” he wrote to friends and colleagues. “My last day with Walmart is tomorrow.” Restivo helped lead Walmart’s communications effort as the company successfully survived a bill passed by the D.C. City Council and ultimately vetoed by the mayor that would have forced Walmart to pay higher wages. Restivo tells us he’ll be heading Comcast/NBC’s consumer public relations team and that the move is a chance to “try something new and exciting.”
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