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Jul 2 2008   9:23AM GMT

IT Health tips

alessandro.panzetta Alessandro Panzetta Profile: alessandro.panzetta

In the previous entries I’ve talked about how to create a pretty professional IT environment spending the less money possible; in this post I’ll face another issue regarding the IT: safeguard the IT personnel (you, that one is you!!!) health with some suggestions taken from an article on TechRepublic.

Guys always remember these basic things:

  1. If you’re healthy, your IT systems will have a chance to be correctly managed;
  2. If you’re relaxed your mind will have a better approach to problems.

So always keep yourself healthy and relaxed; we know that sometimes IT projects will keep you up to late night or worst till 4 AM but after finishing the project or reaching a milestone always remember to take some time for you. Relaxing for a day or two won’t affect your project performance but simply give it a boost!!!

Back to the TechRepublic article I strongly suggest you to read it and apply the suggestions.

Take care and stay tuned!

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  • Suzanne Wheeler
    Alessandro, this is another pearl of wisdom we forget far too often! I've enjoyed your blog and you keep having great material. I wish I had your blog to refer to when I was a one man IT shop. Now others can benefit from your tips and tricks. Thanks!
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  • alessandro.panzetta
    Suzanne, thank you for your greetings, they're always appreciated
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