It is now a fact of life that e-mail traffic is largely spam, unwanted solicitations for your time and money, if not worse. Spam cannot be avoided, but it can be controlled.
I had finished writing this piece when the latest blow-up over the Clinton e-mails grabbed the headlines. I’ll speak on that later because what I wrote below pertains to them as much as to you. Needless to say, whether you are Sarah Palin or Hillary Clinton, how you handle e-mail has significant repercussions.
One fear to dispel, from the outset, is that changing how your printer is setup does not put everybody in an environmentally-friendly straight-jacket. You will discover there are plenty of ways to over-ride default printer settings so that the printing operation fits your needs, yet provides ways to print more efficiently with less impact on the environment.
I just obtained another certification (officially), which joins the numerous unofficial certificates that I earned through corporate training courses. Whenever I go through this experience I have to wrestle with the justification of the certificate process. Is it really worth it? What does it prove? Originally posted on LinkedIn on February 16, 2016, this article…