November Issue 2003

 


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| November 2003
When Prof. Samuel B. Morse tapped out that first coded message on the key of the new telegraph machine, no one could have predicted where it would take us.

| November 2003
Information is power, within reason, so today’s business environment puts a premium on such. We’re told that computers reduce paperwork; more often they increase it.

| November 2003
It’s nonsense that electrical contractors, traditionally a cable-and-wire bound profession, can do without wireless.

| November 2003
Could the shortage of skilled workers in electrical construction, voice/data/video (VDV) and integrated building systems (IBS) hit sooner than you think?

| November 2003
It’s certainly no secret that many areas of the country are seeing less viable work to bid, and yet more competition for the jobs that are going ahead.

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