The most common use
for a computer at work in September 2001 was to access the Internet or to use Email.
The most common uses
for plastic were nights out, visiting attractions and duty free purchases.
Stickley said emails are one of the easiest and most common uses
for hackers, so never trust an email without verifying it in person or over the phone with the person who sent it.
Researchers from the University of Greenwich, Dublin City University and the Witten/ Herdecke, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, found that firms are reluctant to adopt cloud computing apart from only the most common uses
such as email and file sharing.
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WORCESTER -- Asbestos had many common uses
, such as insulation, high-temperature processes, large heating systems, fire-retardant products, roofing materials, floor tiles, ceiling tiles and clothing, according to the state DEP.
One of the more common uses
of the system: exploiting built-in tools to increase billing to Medicare.
He noted that the most common uses
of the sweet associated gas are consumption and injection to oil inventories.
The researchers found that the most common uses
of sub-60 C cooking temperatures were for steaks, fish and seafood.
include cabinetry, furniture, doors and windows, millwork, interior flooring, mouldings, decking, exterior siding and trim, outdoor furniture and patio equipment.
Dr Mahajan's research could mean that stem cell and other cell-based therapies could be advanced much further than the current most common uses
, such as bone marrow transplants.
And while social media and mobility are becoming more popular, accessing online resources and supporting classroom learning are the most common uses