Canadian business groups calling for exemptions to an anti-spam bill are risking a continued deluge of spam and loss of productivity, says a Conservative MP. Bill C-27 or the Electronic Commerce Protection Act
The Internet has opened a new world of marketing possibilities for large and small business owners alike. Small businesses, in particular, can rise to the top of their game and demonstrate real business
College graduates who have spent the last several years with consumer-based email such as Gmail, instant messaging, Facebook and smart phones to keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues might be in
It's a sad fact that most of us are exposed to an endless flood of unsolicited messages from purported international dignitaries, dubious pharmaceutical salespeople, and pornographers--a deluge that invades our PCs each day.
Mobile professionals don't want to fiddle with fancy-looking application interfaces and brag about how many unique productivity tools they've got loaded on their handheld device – they want to get work done. Now.And
An employee of 1-800-Flowers.com has been fired after an e-mailed death threat was linked to her account.The crudely worded e-mail was sent Sunday to Paul "PZ" Myers, an associate professor of biology at
E-mails may clog your Inbox, but it doesn't follow that they must also saturate your workday.You can fight e-mail overload with a few commonsense practices, experts say.Given the pervasiveness of e-mail, these are