It seems only fair, since our home computer is typically an office away from the office. So in between typing up reports and poring over spreadsheets, we use our office PCs to keep up with our lives. We do birthday shopping, check out funny clips on YouTube and catch up with friends by e-mail or instant message.
And often it's just easier to accomplish certain tasks using consumer technology than using the sometimes clunky office technology our company gives us -- compare Gmail with a corporate e-mail account.
Here's part of the list:
1. How to send giant files
2. How to use software that your credit union won't let you download
3. How to visit the Web sites your credit union blocks
4. How to clear your tracks on your work laptop
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