BOOKS: Three of a kind ... Office netiquette for e-mail users

BOOKS: Three of a kind ... Office netiquette for e-mail users - INTERNET AND E-MAIL USE AND ABUSE; Clare Hogg; CIPD Good Practice; pounds 13.99

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

INTERNET AND E-MAIL USE AND ABUSE; Clare Hogg; CIPD Good Practice; pounds 13.99

Intended to help your staff get the best out of their computers and the internet, this book covers areas such as security, legal issues, and internet access and policies. Good examples make it an interesting read, despite its fairly short length. **

MANAGING IN THE EMAIL OFFICE; M Seeley and G Hargreaves; Butterworth-Heinemann; pounds 19.99

This fat offering covers a wide range of strategies for dealing with e-mail, as well as chapters on how to create e-mail best practice and remain stress-free. Its chatty style, however, is irritating. **

DEALING WITH E-MAIL; David Brake; Dorling Kindersley; pounds 5.99

The basic nature of this book suggests that it is aimed at managers of businesses that have never really dealt with e-mail. There are sections on how to use e-mail, manage it efficiently, and maintain e-mail policy. It will seem like common sense to most computer-users. *

< *** best of its kind ** could be useful * of minor interest none: avoid

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