from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of network.
- n. the act of working using computer network.
- n. the act of connecting computers into network.
- n. the act of meeting new people in a business or social context.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Interchanging information or services, among a group; -- of persons or organizations.
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The word networking has been severely overused, but it is important to form positive relationships with as many people as possible in your work environment.
I look back at this time and the term networking comes to mind.
While we're familar with the term 'networking', this makes as much sense as sitting in the office watching someone else type these words.
The word "networking" has a slightly negative tone to it, like you're always seeking out connections.
Point being – social media networking is all about authenticity, transparency and making connections on a personal level.
The new kind of networking is doing the same kind of thing online: webinars, blogging on professional topics, and just building your network on sites like LinkedIn.
Cisco has not declared war on the server market, its extending its footprint in networking to include the smallest but fastest growing piece of that pie, the virtualized server niche.
With President Obama's hiring reform mandate, networking is about to become even more important in the federal job market.
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