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Written By: Jim EdwardsWhen surfing the Internet you probably take your anonymityfor granted, most of us do. Tapping phones, listening to confidential conversations,reading others’ e-mail messages seems like something thatonly happens in spy movies to “other” people. However, you probably don’t realize just how muchinformation about yourself has the potential to gettransmitted across the Internet [...]

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Written By: Mike MorganE-mail is quickly becoming the dominant form ofcommunication in the workplace. However, because itallows speedy composition, less thought is given to themessage than when pen and paper, or even a typewriter,was used in the office. Poorly composed messages reflect poorly upon both youpersonally and you as the representative of yourbusiness. If you [...]

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Written By: Sam VakninTennessee resident K. C. “Khan” Smith owes the internet service provider EarthLink $24 million. According to the CNN, last August he was slapped with a lawsuit accusing him of violating federal and state Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statutes, the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1984, the federal Electronic [...]

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Written By: Rafael Osipov IBM Lotus Domino or Microsoft Exchange? The severe competition continues for many years between two main leaders in collaboration solutions – IBM and Microsoft. Whether the choice of a platform influences the ordinary user? The both of software giants put efforts to improve working conveniences for end Internet users. Taking into [...]

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Written By: Lee TraupelBusinesses and consumers are drowning in a never-ending deluge of Spam (junk mail) – according to reports just released by Quris, Inc. Spam has increased 450% from June of 2001 to now. Furthermore, 70% of respondents indicated they are receiving so much e-mail in the form of Spam that it’s negating their [...]

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Written By: Jennifer StewartEstimates of the number of people currently connected to the Internet vary, from 60million to 100 million and upwards. If we accept the conservative figure of 60 million,and surmise that each person sends and receives ONE email message every day, thatmeans there are 120 million email messages whirling about every single day. [...]

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Written By: Stefanos Cunning Best practices for e-mail marketing Business use of email has increased dramatically the past 2 years, with many workers checking their email constantly throughout the day. A study from the Gartner Group showed that 42% of users check their business e-mail even while on vacation, and 23% check it on weekends. [...]

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Written By: Tim NorthE-mail is frequently written quickly and often poorly. The tipsthat follow should help you to write e-mail that will be wellreceived every time. 1. Pay attention to punctuation, spelling, grammar and capitals. how ofen do yoo receeve e-mail ritten like this!!!!! Many e-mail messages contain poor spelling and grammar, incorrect use of [...]

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