Most of us go about our day-to-day business probably not thinking much about the right to privacy at work. We understand, on some level, that employers are legally entitled to monitor our communications on work-owned equipment. Generally speaking, though, that fact doesn’t have a huge impact on us until some serious, work-related incident arises wherein an employer demonstrates how much latitude they’re legally granted to monitor what employees do at work. This post is designed to help you avoid such incidents – and such unwelcome surprises – by helping you understand your privacy rights at work and exactly how far employers can go in monitoring your activities on the job. What might surprise you most is that in some states, employers can go beyond the monitoring of work-related activities and intrude into the personal lives of workers as well.
Since its appearance, email still remains one of the most cost-efficient communication channels in the business environment. Billions of emails are sent and received every single day Globally to get in contact, share and exchange various information, papers, etc. and for marketing goals as well. Rather often, emails may contain sensitive corporate information, including trade secrets. That’s why, it is essential to keep track on the whole way your employees send and receive emails.Read More
Just as desktop PCs, laptops have also to be monitored in order to eliminate risks of their misuse and Internet abuse at workplace. Nowadays, every office employee has his/her own laptop. Are you concerned how your employees are surfing the Internet through their laptops when you are not around? This is a common issue for all conscious employers and managers who can’t control every moment when their employees are online. Moreover, today many school and college administrators claim that students tend to play games, chat, check new notifications on their Facebook accounts and do various other non-study related activities during classes or lectures.Read More
Unlimited and unrestricted Internet access at home, school and work has many pros and some cons. As you will probably agree, we are getting more and more addicted to using the Internet for almost everything we do. Today we are getting any necessary information, communicate with other people irrespective of their geographical location, buy various products, order services, etc. just with a few mouse clicks. However, you should also know that the World Wide Web has made life easier for various cheaters looking for victims online.Read More
Technological change made almost any of modern businesses dependent on computer and Internet resources. However, some employees tend to abuse their computer use during working hours that results in overall decreased productivity and critical information leakage. That’s why, it’s highly important for business owners and managers to use LAN spy software solutions to monitor employee online activities and the whole computer usage.Read More
There is no deny that the Internet provides us with plenty of opportunities to run a business, find any necessary information and communicate with partners and friends. However, the misuse of these opportunities may cause Internet addiction and, what is worse, complete disavowal of reality. Some people really can’t stop pointless Internet surfing all day long, even when they are at work. If you are a business owner and have a staff that gets unrestricted Internet access, you should be aware that any type of cyberslacking may affect your overall business productivity dramatically.Read More
Using Windows Terminal Server, Remote Desktop services or Citrix shared desktop services, or XenApp provide business owners, employers and administrators with a remarkable opportunity to get the most advanced computer resources without spending a fortune. However, such remote sessions sometimes present particular problems for tracking, recording and logging user activity. While traditional computer/Internet monitoring systems and keystroke loggers generally prove to be inefficient or even useless in a terminal server environment, many administrators wonder how to monitor remote desktop sessions of their users secretly and in real-time.Read More