Monitoring Employees on Networks

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Monitoring Employees on Networks By: Virginia Kirby IT/205 May 13, 2011
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Since the internet went worldwide, the use of email and the Web for personal business at the workplace has increased. Studies have proven that at least 25 percent of employees who are online spend most of their time doing non work related surfing and at least 90 percent of employees receive and/or send personal email at work. U. S. Companies have the legal right to monitor what employees are doing with the company’s equipment while they are on the clock. Some companies block access to certain websites while others use software that enables the IT department to track the web sites that employees visit. When an employee sends an email, most of the time it goes through human resource department for someone to look over before it is sent. There are different rules for different businesses according to what that company wants to allow their employees to be able to do on the internet. No solution is ever problem free, but each
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course IT 205 taught by Professor Kurts during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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