Lets's Talk Computers - Visio
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On the air since 1989, Let's Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows.  Let's Talk Computers is broadcast via radio to stations across the United States and to colleges and universities everywhere. Any of our current and past interviews can also be heard anytime anywhere via the Internet.

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January 9, 1999 Show:   Topic: Business Management  Guest: Kristy Schwartz
Visio introduces the first integrated, multifunction software tool designed for IT professionals who develop, manage and maintain enterprise information systems.

Get the information you need as Kristy Schwartz furnishes information on Visio Enterprise to help you decide whether this cross-functional solution fits your needs.
Listen To VisioJanuary 9, 1999 interview
March 7, 1998 Show:   Topic: Better Than A Chart  Guest: Christy Delger

Increase the productivity of your business by making your data easier to comprehend by your employees. Christy Delger, Product Manger for tells you how Visio allows you to visualize information commonly stored and distributed in databases and figures. Thus confirming the old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words.
Listen To VisioMarch 7, 1998 interview
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