The tidal wave of junk e-mail has prompted Internet service providers (ISP) and business owners to erect stronger spam filters, meant to block out spam and allow legitimate messages in.
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You know that some employees slack off at work by cruising the Web. But did you know that some Web sites actively encourage it—and give users ways to deceive their bosses?
Rather than just hoping your company's Web address will appear at the top of customers' search-engine listings, spend a few dollars to make sure it happens.
If your company sends commercial e-mail ads to customers or clients, pay attention to the feds' new effort to stop junk e-mail.
A free Web site, www.iship.com, lets you comparison-shop online for the lowest shipping costs.
President Bush signed legislation last month that expands to all 50 states a program that allows employers to go online to verify new hires' Social Security numbers or alien ID numbers for I-9 purposes.
Free checklists and reports allow you to identify potential legal problems with compensation, discrimination, disability and more.
President Bush signed the federal government's first law fighting junk e-mail, but don't expect a spam-free e-mail in-box.
If your office burns money by lighting unoccupied work areas, look into motion detectors.
Just one hip-hopping employee downloading tunes all day can sap your computer resources and expose you to legal problems, not to mention kill that worker's productivity.