Because of the seemingly worldwide addiction to social media, you might think that Facebook and Twitter would be the biggest time-wasters at work. Not so, according to a new survey from TrackVi. Take a look:
Social media not the biggest distraction at work
Takeaway: A new survey reveals the biggest time wasters for workers. The results may surprise some employers
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If someone knows they're wasting a lot of time with facebook, but they love doing so, it's unlikely they'd finger facebook as the biggest waste of their time, I would think.
My job is to fix those computer glitches
Time wasting? I disagree completely!
Spent or wasted?
"It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your rose so important."
Antoine de St. Exupery, The Little Prince.
Whether or not time is "wasted" may well be impossible to measure. Time "spent" is not necessarily the same as time wasted.
I've never heard that
Even if the mac file system is better, I doubt the windows VM will be reading faster from it. Doesn't it use an NTFS virtual drive? I'd be more inclined to believe you take a performance hit from running in a VM. And I suspect you'll find a much faster PC for the same price as a mac.
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