One recent afternoon, the antivirus system on our corporate server intercepted an inbound, virus-infected e-mail. As is always the case whenever this happens, an automatic reply was sent to notify the sender that they are infected. This particular sender, completely misunderstanding the message, called to tell us that we had sent him a virus, when
Adapted from Larry Carley’s article in Underhood Service
One of the most important decisions in life is the choice of a career. Deciding what you want to do for a living is rarely a simple thing, and the choices you make to prepare for your chosen vocation while young can make a big difference in the choices you will have on the job.
Adapted from Mark Claypool’s article in BodyShop Business