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3 Best Practices: How to Monitor Employee Computers

Do you know what your employees are doing on corporative computers? At a minimum, they’re probably goofing off watching YouTube videos. At worst, they could be steering your company towards financial ruin.

The days when PC monitoring was just an optional thing are long gone. Today more than three-quarters of U.S. companies monitor employee computers. If your business is in the remaining quarter that doesn’t do so, you’re probably overdue for a policy change.… Read more

Three Things that Application Usage Monitoring Will Give You

Many executives are concerned about this issue – staff control, and for a good reason. Very often it turns out that the employees should be looked after more than you might think.

This is especially true when it comes to office workers, for whom the computer is a big electronic toy. They may feel like Schumacher, playing “Need for Speed” or the great political scientist, arguing about the Facebook policy. And at that time… work is waiting.… Read more


How to Monitor Employee Internet Usage Properly?

In any workplace that features an Internet connection, productivity is an issue even if the employers aren’t aware of it.

A recent survey revealed that 64 percent of staff visit non-work related websites every day at work. Employee Internet usage doing unrelated activities ranges from:

  • one hour per week (39 percent of respondents);
  • two hours per week (29 percent of respondents);
  • five hours per week (21 percent of respondents);
  • ten hours per week (3 percent of respondents).
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How Do You Monitor Computer Internet Usage?

If you’re reading this, then you know how free Internet access at work can affect employee productivity.

This leads to the fact that tasks are sometimes either executed slowly or not executed at all. As a result, the overall productivity of the company suffers.

How do you monitor computer internet usage?

Most employers think that it`s better to block access to certain websites, like social media.

However, this method has a couple of significant drawbacks:

  1. Employees still can visit social media websites, etc.
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