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Face Time

In investment banking, a slang term for staying at work late but not to do any extra work. An employee puts in face time because a supervisor has not noticed that she does not have enough work to do, but the employee does not want to be caught and assigned another project.
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And FaceTime does not compete with carrier's voice or video telephony services.
The purchase of mundayMorning Creative Group follows previous acquisitions by FaceTime Strategy of Concise Marketing Solutions (Dallas) in 2008 and CSA Advertising (Chicago) in 2009.
FaceTime Communications enables the safe and productive use of Unified Communications and Web 2.
FaceTime solutions offer a unique 'defense-in-depth' approach managing IM usage from both user and application behavior.
Regardless of party or belief, groups and candidates across the board are realizing the power of proper messaging and using interactive media; and FaceTime is excited to be working with RYM as we put the power of digital interactive media to work for them.
FaceTime Communications enables the safe and productive use of instant messaging, Web usage and Unified Communications platforms.
FaceTime has worked with a number of high-profile client's looking to further its brand via interactive media.
FaceTime offers a highly scalable, API-based architecture that is integrated with Office Communications Server 2007 and extensible to other communications modalities including Voice over IP and Web conferencing, for example, in addition to instant messaging.
0 and social networking applications," said Frank Cabri, vice president of marketing and product management for FaceTime Communications.
Details for these and other malware threats discovered by the FaceTime research team can be found on the http://www.
FaceTime offers the following tips for safe Internet use:
This investment is a strong validation of both the growing opportunity for unified communications and FaceTime's leadership position in the market," said Kailash Ambwani, president and CEO of FaceTime.