In this day and age most people are left wondering how to cope with the shortage of money and time.
Some say ‘time is money’ and some say ‘ money is time’. In fact both are losing both, time as well as money. If people start using some easy to learn tricks, they can save time and money both. So it’s “time” for you to learn some tricks that will help you save “money.”
You can save money by turning off the lights when they are not in use. In a single house you can save up to two hundred and fifty dollars ($250/-) a year by just switching of the lights when not in use.
This is just the beginning, if you follow the following tricks you can add immensely to the saved money by the end of year.
Most people don’t really realize the risk of leaving their wireless network wide open. I think they understand that it means that anyone can use their internet connection, but I don’t think they understand the issues beyond that. Honestly, here’s what an open wireless network allows a hacker to do:
- One can sniff all of your information going out to the internet including credit card numbers, social security numbers, pictures, chats, everything.
- One can browse through your files, email, etc. Let’s hope you don’t have any risqué pictures on your computer of yourself, because if you do, one can have them, too
- One can take over your computer, your web cam, your mic. So, not only will one can see all of your communications, can also be able to listen to you and watch you when you’re not even ON the computer
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is a bit of a cliché, but it’s also true especially when it comes to your computer system. Spending a few minutes a week on preventive maintenance can save you from costly computer problems in the future and not only keeps it running smooth and efficiently, but can also extend the usable life of its components.
Having a computer is supposed to be fun, so don’t let its size or complexity take the fun out of your experience. Make your PC work for you. To make this chore a little easier, I’ve included few techniques to help you keep your pc running
To be successful, cohesiveness is the most important ingredient a team can develop. The question is does your software development team ‘jell’? Do they think and act as a single cohesive team, working together to solve problems and push their performance to new heights? Or are they a bunch of people who happen to be working on the same project, each working in isolation and barely aware of what the other team members are doing? Studies have shown that a high performance highly jelled team can be up to ten times more productive than a poorly performing team.
Although teams can occasionally jell of their own accord, there are a number of things you can do to help this process along. Note the following five points for the success of a team:-
Make the team sit together- It is virtually impossible for a team to truly jell if its members are not all in one place. A lot of companies put their workers in individual cubicles that seem deliberately designed to stop them working