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How to best write today’s trickiest tech terms


August 2, 2013

Today’s fast-moving world of technology is creating new words as quickly as it is creating new innovations.

Since technology continues to figure prominently in our work and continues to evolve at breakneck speed, it’s important for PR pros to keep track of the latest rules for spelling these new words and using them consistently. At the same time, it’s useful to understand the basis of some of the rules so they can inform the way that we handle new word uses in the future.

 

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Joseph Priest Joseph Priest is a corporate writer at Syniverse, a mobile solutions company headquartered in Tampa, Fla. He co-manages Syniverse’s corporate style guide and blog (blog.syniverse.com).
Email: joseph.priest at syniverse.com

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