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Posted Monday September 1st, 2014, 6:04 pm by Dr Monica Seeley
An eclectic bunch this month. Here are our top seven (from August) to help you improve personal and business productivity and manage the risk of cyber crime. Some of which we email you about in August.
Our favorite of the batch. It comes with a video and will make you laugh. Next time either an email is ignored or proposal rejected, check how many of these phrases it contains. Don’t say you haven’t been warned.
Recent research suggest late afternoon optimum. But what if we cannot take time off then?
Is this a viable option when you come back to a mountain of email after being out of the office whether on leave or business? Yes for many time poor business people.
A guest post by Dr Seeley for Zoe Amear.
Daimler have developed an application to stop sending emails to people on leave. It automatically pings back a response to the sender asking them to re-send the email after the recipient returns. Novel and perhaps all part of the EU’s plans to reduce the working day to 48 hours.
Fifteen percent of computer science graduates are still out of work six months after graduating yet industry is crying out for skilled computer staff. What is causing the gap?
Looks like using even the most trusty hotel booking sites you still need to be extra vigilant.