Monitoring Employees on Networks

Monitoring Employees on Networks - MONITORING EMPLOYEES ON...

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M O N I T O R I N G E M P L O Y E E S O N N E T W O R K S P a g e | 1 Monitoring Employees on Networks Renee Ingram Axia College Gary Ervin 12/08/2009
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M O N I T O R I N G E M P L O Y E E S O N N E T W O R K S P a g e | 2 While at work, employees use a variety of tools to communicate with co-workers in various departments; send daily or weekly reports to supervisors, contact suppliers, and respond to customers’ queries and concerns. Limited usage and monitoring of email, instant messaging, internet surfing, search engines, or other resources for other than company business ensure that productivity is met, offensive materials are not sent nor received, and proprietary information is kept inside company walls. Companies provide employees with email address, chat applications, web access in order to conduct necessary business communications. Even though an employee’s name may be on the email the company owns and retains the rights to any and all tools used.
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