Spam is unwanted dish of the day in the workplace

Staff
working on computers with internet access are spending as much as 10 per cent
of the day dealing with junk e-mails.

The
survey of 160 computer managers by internet security firm MessageLabs found
that one in seven e-mails were unwanted.

Unsolicited
e-mails, known as ‘spam’, are often untraceable and three quarters of the
managers questioned expected the problem to get worse.

By Ross Wigham

www.messagelabs.co.uk

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