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    Anti-Virus, Spam & Protection Info

    Anti-Virus, Spam & Protection Info
    Protect your computer, files, information, your company and your clients by ensuring your computer is safe. Follow the guidance from the experts below to be sure you don't compromise your safety and make yourself vulnerable to viruses. In addition, don't waste your time and efforts sorting through that awful Spam e-mail. Not only are they annoying but they can also contain ...
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    How to Create a Marketing Plan: The Benefits of a Marketing Plan

    How to Create a Marketing Plan: The Benefits of a Marketing Plan
    The Benefits of a Marketing Plan Firms that are successful in marketing invariably start with a marketing plan. Large companies have plans with hundreds of pages; small companies can get by with a half-dozen sheets. Put your marketing plan in a three-ring binder. Refer to it at least quarterly, but better yet monthly. Leave a tab for putting in monthly reports ...
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    Anti Virus Protection: Advice to Internet Users

    Virus has been a great threat to internet users. Protecting yourself from this destructive program is a basic necessity for internet users even if you are just checking your e-mail. You cannot avoid viruses because sooner or later you will have one. What's important is that have the knowledge about viruses and how to use Anti Virus protection. You can take ...
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    Warning: The Most Dangerous Computer Viruses

    Impact of Viruses on Computer Systems Virus can be reprogrammed to do many kinds of harm including the following. 1.Copy themselves to other programs or areas of a disk. 2.Replicate as rapidly and frequently as possible, filling up the infected system’s disk and memory rendering the systems useless. 3.Display information on the screen. 4.Modify, corrupt or destroy selected files. 5.Erase the ...
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    More Important Than the Holiday Party

    More Important Than the Holiday Party
    The number of companies holding holiday parties is at 20-year low, according to a recent survey from executive-search firm Battalia Winston. But whether you're simply canceling a party, holding a potluck instead, or moving forward with your company's tradition, it's the unexpected gestures that will help you retain and motivate your staff over the long run. Consider these three suggestions you ...
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    Looking for Great Deals for Your Office?

    Looking for Great Deals for Your Office?
    From the blog post Looking for Great Deals for Your Office? Are you the person that purchases stationary and other items for your department? Do you feel that you could find better buys, not just by going to the different stores such as Staples or Grand & Toy, but online as well? There are some companies that, unfortunately, don’t allow for ...
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    American to Add Wi-Fi Service to Domestic Flights

    American to Add Wi-Fi Service to Domestic Flights
    Being online while being airborne is fast becoming reality for U.S travelers. American Airlines (AMR) is announcing on Tuesday that it's joining rival Delta Air Lines (DAL) in making Wi-Fi Internet connections available to most domestic passengers. American, No. 2 in the world in passenger traffic after Delta acquired Northwest Airlines last year, says it will equip more than 300 planes ...
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    Tips on Setting Up AntiVirus Software

    Viruses can infect computers and play havoc with files on the computer. They can destroy and cause irreparable crashes. Computers can be protected from virus by installing anti virus systems. The internet being an information highway has in depth articles on antivirus systems and how a computer user can choose an appropriate system and what the latest anti virus software are. ...
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    More Than a Fun Day Out: Experts Advise on the Best Team-Building Excercise Tips

    More Than a Fun Day Out: Experts Advise on the Best Team-Building Excercise Tips
    Corporate team building is such an industry that it’s hard to remember when getting sweaty wasn’t a business objective. But is orienteering really going to improve relations when you’re knee-deep in manure and Dave from accounts has no sense of direction? Three experts share advice on how to get the best from your bunch. 1. Know your objectives. “You need to ...
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    Organizing Your Workspace

    Organizing Your Workspace
    As you pilot your way through the business day, your workspace is your cockpit. If you can't see the gauges or reach the controls quickly and efficiently, you're in trouble. Luckily some simple organizing techniques can make your desk, cubicle, or office more conducive to higher levels of productivity. Clear the deck. Your elbows and your brain need room to do ...
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    Phishing & Spam - Not Your Everyday Food Items!

    Do you receive spam in your e-mail box? How can you determine what's real and what's not? Do you fear that opening an e-mail will cause a virus to roam around your firm's network and do some potential damage? You're not alone. I'm sure that everyone receives spam on a daily basis. Some of it is harmless and others can be ...
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    Don't Get Stuck With FAKE Anti-Spam Software

    Spam blocking is not as hard as it sounds, or as you might think it is. It is actually as easy as one, two, three. You do not need to search the whole wide world looking for a solutin to your spam problems. It also does not require you to purchase or buy different kinds of tools, not to mention expensive ...
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    Get Your Deadbeat Customers to Pay Up

    Get Your Deadbeat Customers to Pay Up
    For most small business owners, dealing with deadbeat customers comes with the territory. Often times, these calls have to come from the admins. You want every sale you can get so the business can grow. However, a sale isn’t much good if you’re not paid. Given the sputtering economy, a growing number of clients or customers may decide to either delay ...
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    Manually Filtering Spam Keeps Important Emails from the Trash

    Manually Filtering Spam Keeps Important Emails from the Trash
    No, it's not just you. The level of trash e-send is increase out of direction. Don't be ashamed if now you actually accept more spam than habitual letters. Your e-send code's built-in trash send filter and third-groove tools such as Cloudmark's SpamNet and McAfee's SpamKiller trick a lot of unsolicited rubbish, but they're far from ideal. These codes (and others like ...
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    The Thin Line: Executive Assistant or Errand Runner?

    The Thin Line: Executive Assistant or Errand Runner?
    Her boss's cat hissed and scratched Sally as she maneuvered a busy intersection. She told herself the cat was just upset from the veterinarian's visit. Besides, Kitty didn't like to ride in cars. "All I have to do is keep the cat calm while I pick up my boss's dry cleaning. Then I can take it home and wait for the ...
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    The Art of Minute-Taking

    The Art of Minute-Taking
    Minute taking is an art! Anyone who is good at it is to be commended. I have never had to take minutes, but I almost did many years ago. My boss came to my desk and told me he needed me to take minutes for a meeting. I was not aware of the meeting so I wasn't prepared. I started to ...
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    Mac vs. PC: Which Works Best for Your Office?

    Mac vs. PC: Which Works Best for Your Office?
    It says a lot about our society that one of the most contentious pop culture debates is between buying a Mac or a PC. Not between which sugary cola is the best, or if a light beer has “great taste” or is “less filling,” but what computer one should work, play, and — in some cases — live on. Not that ...
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    Beware: Three Sneaky Tricks of Adware

    Promoters of adware, software that shows advertising on a user's computer, use some cunning tricks to get you to install their software on your machine. Here's what to look out for. Adware is, by definition, something reasonable people don't want on their computers. That's why malware can't just come out and ask people to install it. Often, the computer owner is ...
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    Top 10 Ways to Protect Yourself From Computer Viruses

    As more and more people are becoming comfortable using their computers at school, home or in the office it’s only a matter of time before they encounter a computer virus. Here are our top 10 steps to protect you from computer viruses. 1) Use a high quality anti-virus program. There are many different anti-virus computers programs on the market some of ...
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    Email Etiquette: How to Write it Right

    Email Etiquette: How to Write it Right
    If you’ve ever begged IT to stop a sent email in its tracks, or wasted an entire morning sifting through an unruly inbox, it might just be time for an email refresher course. In this age of BlackBerry-toting professionals connected by email around globe, it's crucial to abide by the written (and unwritten) rules of email communications. You don’t want to ...
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