Are you a member of staff working at the university? Have the recent emails warning that you should be downsizing your email inbox and Google Drive storage left you worrying or anxiously procrastinating? Do you wish someone would just explain once and for all in terms that you can understand where stuff goes and how to make other stuff go away forever? Our Records Manager and Information Governor have teamed up to teach you how to empty your inbox, cull your file quotas and apprehending artefacts before they end up in a skip somewhere – and they are all delivered digitally online, so you don’t even have to stop work to watch them.
Always wise to know how to deal with emails – genuine or spam or cons. This gives some ideas for the latter: http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2010/oct/23/emails-solicit-money-king-arawi And in view of the date, perhaps we should also squeeze conspiracy theories in as something to …
Just when you think you’ve seen everything: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7458531.stm and the website: http://www.boredomresearch.net/rsm/