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Tech Hygiene: 10 Bad Habits To Break
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User Rank: Ninja
11/18/2014 | 12:05:34 PM
Re: iPharm graphic
Maybe it's a flow chart arrow rather than a greater than / less than sign. You touch the toilet. You touch your phone. Your phone ends up with the bacteria from the toilet.
IW Pick
User Rank: Ninja
11/18/2014 | 12:04:42 PM
Guilty Pleassures
"workers in the enterprise are often guilty of hygienic gaffes such as spilling lattes and muffin crumbs all over their laptops and desktop keyboards."

Guilty as charged! :)

This is one of the reasons that around every corner in the office we have wipes and small hand vaccum cleaners (because they're under powered, the don't make much noise when someone uses them)

I know at least once every couple of weeks all clean up my entire area only because I can't concentrate.... other collegues aren't so disciplined (you should see there cars...OMG)
IW Pick
User Rank: Apprentice
11/18/2014 | 9:09:48 AM
iPharm graphic
If the phone is 'dirtier' than the toilet, shouldn't the toilet be 'less than' the phone? 
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