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When you’re managing a project team, it’s important that everyone know what’s going on—and when.
Don’t let e-mail stack up. Like a sloppy, paper-strewn desk, too many pending messages will induce stress.
Almost a third of corporate e-mail is junk, says Worldtalk Corp., an
Internet security firm. That includes spam (unsolicited mail from
unknown senders) and viruses.
Save yourself and your employees headaches: Install a reliable software program that backs up your daily computer files.
Saflink Corp. in Tampa, Fla., now has voice-activated software called SaftyLatch that keeps your files scrambled until the computer hears your voice.
When preparing slides for a presentation, choose your colors with care.
Never download software programs from unfamiliar Web sites.
Next time you’re tempted to bring aboard an expert, see if you have someone on staff who already has the knowledge you need.
If your employees use company-owned laptops, you should know that theft rates are soaring.
Laptop users often dislike having to plant themselves in a space that’s only two feet or so from a phone jack.