The Lighter Side:
What Goes Around, ComesAround...Eventually
One night a man was sitting at home andheard a small knock at the door. When heopened it, he noticed a snail perched on hisporch. Irritated at the interruption, the manbooted the snail as far away as he could seeand slammed the door shut.Three years passed. Again, the man wassitting at home and heard a knock on hisdoor. He opened it to see the same snailperched on his porch looking grumpy.Before he could react, the snail demanded,“What the heck was that all about?”
My Dog Is Smarter Than Yours...
Two neighbors were arguing over whose dog wassmarter.“My dog is so smart that every morning he waitsfor the paperboy to arrive, gets my paper out of the mailbox, and then brings it to me.”“I know,” said the other neighbor.“How do you know?” the first neighbor asked.“My dog told me.”
“An optimist stays up until midnight to see theNew Year in. A pessimist stays up to make surethe old year leaves.”—Bill Vaughn
The Top 5 New Year’s ResolutionsFor Your Dog
I will not suddenly stand straight up when I’mlying under the coffee table.
I will no longer react to the sound of the canopener.
I resolve to bite that freak who gives me a shotevery year.
I will break into the pantry and decide forMYSELF how much food is “too” much.
And the Number 1 New Year’s Resolutionmade by pets . . .
I will NOT chase the stick until I see itleave the hand!
7. Do you have a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) device inplace to keep your network and other critical data operationsrunning during a power outage?This is NOT a complete list, but it is a good start to get youthinking in the right direction.
Our FREE Disaster Recovery PlanHelps You Prepare
Since it’s the New Year, we’ve decided to help our clients gettheir “IT house” in order by giving away a FREE Backup andDisaster Recovery Audit. At no charge or obligation, we’ll come toyour office, review your current plan (or lack of one!) and provide asimple action plan on what you need to do to make sure yourbusiness can always be up and running.
But take note!
We can only make this available to our clientsand friends during the month of January; after that, the fee for thisconsultation will be $395. For more information, please contact ouroffice at 248-620-2201 and ask for Dan, or e-mail us email@example.com.
Is Your ComputerKeyboard Making You Sick?
Now that we’re at the height of cold and flu season, youmight want to take a closer look at what’s living on yourkeyboard. A series of studies called "Germs in the Workplace," found that the following four office surfaceshad the most bacteria (in this order):
Computer mouseObviously these are items you touch all day, every day.Germs and dirt from yourhands and mouth gettransferred easily on to theseitems, and vice-versa, making them breeding grounds forharmful bacteria. To lessen your chances of picking up colds and flu, werecommend cleaning your mouse and keyboard daily withdisinfecting wipes. It’s also smart to clean these itemsbefore a new person uses them.
If Disaster Strikes,
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