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Ensure that unauthorized users cannot penetrate your organization’s computer system.
If you use a personal digital assistant, such as a PalmPilot
Professional or IBM WorkPad, you may not pay much attention to backing
up your files. That’s a big risk.
Giving a presentation is hard enough without worrying about your
computer breaking down in front of hundreds of onlookers. But whenever
you use laptops and project your mouse-clicks onto a big screen,
problems can erupt.
Information is power, especially if you want to break out of a career
rut. Begin by uncovering facts about other companies’ processes,
problems and performance.
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.