Trends in Communications Industry Show Companies Slow to Adopt New Technologies
The Public Relations Society of America and theEMPLOYEEapp recently teamed up and surveyed more than 600 public relations and communications professionals in an effort to identify current trends of technology usage in the Communications Industry. The survey focused on strategies implemented by organizations to communicate with both internal and external audiences.
The results unfortunately showed that the communications industry is very slow to embrace new technology, with a heavy reliance on email.
Click here to view the survey results and learn more about the current trends of technology in use by communications professionals.
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