Spam A Large Productivity Killer?

by Rafael Hernandez on June 10, 2004 · 0 comments

eWeek has details on two reports that state spam emails are costing big businesses money with the loss of employee productivity averaging almost $2,000USD a year. The number seems somewhat high since it’s pretty easy to spot and delete emails efficiently, I’d be more concerned with productivity losses due to web surfing and instant messaging than random spam.

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