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AcronymDefinition
EMThem (slang; usually written 'em)
EMElectronic Mail
EMEmployment
EMEminem
EMEmergency Medicine
EMEmoticon
EMEmerging Markets
EMElectronic Music
EMEddie Murphy
EMEnvironmental Management
EMEmergency Management
EMElectromagnetic(s)
EMEnd of Medium
EMElectron Microscopy
EMEffective Microorganisms
EMElectronic Media
EMElectron Microscope
EMEnergy Management
EME-Mail Me
EMExxonMobil
EMExpectation Maximization (algorithm)
EMExtreme Makeover
EMEsclerosis Multiple (Spanish: Multiple Sclerosis)
EMExperimental Model
EMEngineering Mechanics (various schools)
EMEnterprise Manager
EMÉcole de Management (French: Management School)
EMElectronic Monitoring (various locations)
EMEngineering Manager
EMExercise Manual
EMEncephalomyelitis (inflammation of brain and spinal cord)
EMEnd-user Manual
EMExpress Mail
EMExecutive Manager (US DoD)
EMElectronic Manual
EMEnterprise Management
EMElliot Minor (band)
EMElectromechanical
EMEvaluation Model
EMEnlisted Marine (US DoD)
EMEmergency Manager
EMElectronic Musician
EMEngineering Model
EMEncyclopedia of Mormonism
EMExplanatory Memorandum (Australia and UK)
EMElectronic Module
EMEnrollment Management (educational institutions)
EMEarly Minoan (time period)
EMEngineer of Mines (mining engineer)
EMEnergia Metabolizável (French: Metabolizable Energy)
EMExtensions Manager (Apple)
EMEnlisted Military
EMEnvironmental Mycobacteria
EMEnd of Medium (ITU-T)
EMElectron Micrograph
EMElectromotive (voltage as an electromotive force)
EMEconomics and Management
EMElement Manager
EMEngine Modification
EMExternal Modulation (Pirelli)
EMEnvironmental Module
EMExpanded Memory
EMEnd Matched
EMEnergy Maneuverability
EMEmasculated Male
EMElectronic Marketplace
EMEquipment Module
EMElement Management (Sprint)
EMEnvironmental Monitor
EMElectromigration
EMExtraintestinal Manifestation
EMExecutive Minister
EMExecution Management
EMEnvironment Monitor (SONET)
EMEnergetic Material
EMExecution Monitor
EMEuroMetaux (European Association of Non-Ferrous Metals)
EMElectrician's Mate (US Navy rating)
EMEnabled Mail (Internet)
EMEducation Manual
EMElectric Mirrors (automotive classifieds)
EMElectromagnetic Conductivity
EMEconomy and Management
EMError Monitor
EMException Monitor
EMEarl Marshall (British)
EMElectron Migration
EMEstimate-Maximize
EMEngineering Memorandum
EMEquivalent Men
EMEuroMARC (European Union trademark registration database)
EMWidth of Capital m (unit of measurement)
EMEastern Megalopolis
EME-Box-M-CAT
EMDepartment of Electromechanics
EMErratus Monks (gaming)
EMEngineer(ing) Manual (USACE)
EMQuantity of Structure Excavation without Shoring (Colorado Department of Transportation)
EMDepartment of Energy Office of Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management
EMEdgemoor & Manetta Railway
EMEnlisted Man/Men/Member
EMEtna and Montrose Railroad
EMQuantity of Structure Excavation with Shoring (Colorado Department of Transportation)
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Hence, given their non-reliability, it is likely that the information rule could not govern electronic mail acceptance under the English law.
This report adds to the body of research concerning the role of gender in gratifications obtained through electronic mail interaction.
This is consistent with Mintzberg's (1973, p 170) research findings that the manager's role is essentially one of communication and the electronic mail as basically a communication medium.
Furthermore, the graphical capability of the Web offered exciting and creative options not previously available using electronic mail.
Paul O'Donnell, finance officer at the Age Concern office in Leicester, said: "One of the benefits of updating was to create a proper, unified electronic mail system.
Kane (5) defines patient-provider electronic mail as a computer-based communication between clinicians and patients within a contractual relationship in which the health care provider has taken on an explicit measure of responsibility for the client's care.
Supporting the electronic mail industry's POP-3 standard, the IT-380 works with all compliant Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and online services, including CompuServe and Prodigy, and does not require a PC connection.
Many of our universities and colleges know something about the uses of electronic mail that we public school administrators have not caught on to, namely that e-mail is a powerful, dynamic medium that can transform the manner in which people interact, especially in educational settings.
Browsing the World Wide Web, exchanging electronic mail or entering a chat room doesn't have to mean shelling out $2,000 for a PC.
The network will allow employees to share electronic files and printing, and give them access to electronic mail and other applications.
WPA boss Julian Stainton said outside the High Court: "People regard electronic mail as transient in that the message disappears into the ether.
Historically, the law favors employers' property rights over employees' right to privacy in electronic mail. This may explain a survey of executives at American companies that revealed that 22% of firms engage in searches of employee E-mail, computer files and voice mail.
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