Collaborative computing, Exchange and Windows Server Engineering, PowerShell for Exchange, and the next steps that will evolve as traditional corporate email goes mobile, cloud-based, instant, and social.
If you ever need to pick up some web programming fast, the W3schools.com website is really handy. Totally free, with tutorials, a wysiwyg (what you see is what you get) editor, for everything from HTML to SQL, to ASP.NET, PHP, etc.
In the last five years, full-fledged adults have seemingly given up the telephone — land line, mobile, voice mail and all. According to Nielsen Media, even on cellphones, voice spending has been trending downward, with text spending expected to surpass it within three years.
I really have to agree with this - I dont love talking on the phone, except to my family that lives far away.
There are times, however, that the phone call needs to be made. When you just can't type all those details... When the person on the other end is confused... When you want to build a relationship...
I"ll tell you what I don't like, though and that is voicemail. If I call someone and they don't pick up, I am liable to just hang up and then send them an email. I know I hate listening to voicemails, writing down phone numbers, and then deleting the voicemail. It's so much easier to just read and delete an email.
Now, if only my doctors office would give me their email address...
This quiz from Monster.com is short, without too much meat in the analysis, but it's an interesting jumping off point for thinking about how you and your team can work most effectively with each other.
On top of individual's workstyle, you have to consider how the organization itself has a culture and style of its own as well. If you can identify your manager's expectations, your own workstyle, your co-workers style, and juggle that all in consideration of the general corporate culture, you will be on your way to a successful work life.