Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Email Is Too Important to Die, Workers Say - Digits - WSJ

Looks like "the death of email" has been postponed again...

"In a new survey, 61% of U.S. adult workers who use the Internet ranked email as “very important” to doing their jobs, according to Pew Research Center. That topped the Internet, with 54% of the vote, and was well ahead of landline and mobile phones, at 35% and 24%, respectively. (Yes, the workers said landline phones were more important than mobiles.)

Social-media sites like Twitter and Facebook garnered only 4%, according to the September survey."
Email Is Too Important to Die, Workers Say - Digits - WSJ
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