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If you needed a nudge to do a major cull of your phone pics and emails, this is it.
"When I sign off an email with 'regards' it means I regard you as my foe; one of us will have to go."
This is not the time to be too clever or cute.
Etiquette experts share faux pas to avoid when sending work emails.
You're not alone if you're dreading this inbox greeting right now.
That "hope you're doing well" from work colleagues has become more personal during the Covid-19 pandemic.
All-out bans can be bad for our wellbeing, apparently – but readers can't agree about 'always on' culture.
Her emoji-laden, information-heavy approach leaves no ambiguity.
Call us when you're ready to give us that interview feedback 😏
Viewing GDPR as an inconvenience is to completely miss its point
Going on the run isn’t easy, but there are a few things that you can do to successfully evade capture
  This year was noteworthy for cyber attacks ― from ransomware, botnets, data breaches and more ― name a type of hack and
  This year was noteworthy for cyber attacks ― from ransomware, botnets, data breaches and more ― name a type of hack and
MPs are behaving as if the law does not apply to them, endangering voters in the process
Nadine Dorries MP and Crispin Blunt MP leapt to the defence of Damian Green this weekend, saying he may not have been watching
Most of us have come across a variation of the classic ‘Nigerian prince scam’ - a thinly veiled email informing the receiver
Details of some 57 million Uber customers and around 600,000 drivers were leaked.