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Email etiquette goes a long way : In this age of 24/7 communications, speed is vital, but so too is the quality of your message. When you read an email, does the salutation, length, spelling, use of caps or sign-off ever annoy you? Financial Times Business Speak 7/8 July 2012
'Seductive' emails need discipline : Barclays traders have seen some unwise emails come back to haunt them. Are people increasingly more cautious about using email? Interview with Dr Seeley on BBC R4 Today Programme 29 June 2012
Sick of email pin-pong? How to think outside the inbox. : Does pen and paper have a place helping to reduce email overload and improve productivity and office communications? TechRepublic May 2012
End-user training: Can it really pass the test? : Are you spending enough time and money training people to use your software? Proper training can help improve efficiency and leverage your technology investment. TechRepublic March 2012
Is email about to be deleted? Five predictions for the technology's future : Email was at the centre of a number of foul-ups last year. And with its very future in doubt, what's in store for the technology? Email expert Monica Seeley offers her predictions. Silicon.com
Email overload twenty five percent expect a reply within one hour : Is the expectation of fast response a major cause of email overload and costly business errors? Here is the full press release and key data. November 2011
Email response times: Four ways to fight the urge to fire off a rapid reply : People often feel that when it comes to email they are always on call. But the pressure to answer emails immediately should be resisted......Technology is accelerating email response times, creating unrealistic expectations, email overload, errors and costly workplace stress. December 2011 Silicon.Com column.