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  • / Technology

    Filtering Web Use at Work

    With personal use of the Internet at work a brewing issue, software providers are bulking up offerings that allow network administrators to see what employees are up to on the web. The latest entry in that category is today's launch of Premium Group I, a software product from San Diego, Calif.-based Websense Inc., that lets IT administrators manage workers' access to banner ads and bandwidth-consuming Web sites. Installing the product into...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    With personal use of the Internet at work a brewing issue, software providers are bulking up offerings that allow network administrators to see what employees are up to on the web. The latest entry in that category is today's launch of Premium Group I, a software product from San Diego, Calif.…
  • / Marketing

    OEM software at steep discounts the latest spam wrinkle, says SurfControl

    The web and e-mail filtering firm, which found that one in 20 spam messages in December offered OEM software at far below retail, says that if the offer seems too good to be true – it is.

    Posted 01/07/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The web and e-mail filtering firm, which found that one in 20 spam messages in December offered OEM software at far below retail, says that if the offer seems too good to be true – it is.
  • / Technology

    Personal Web Use At Work Doesn't Work

    Half of those Americans with Internet access at work mistakenly believe their employer would not be held liable for any offensive material workers distribute via the Internet from the office, says a recent study, "Internet Usage at Work," conducted by Scotts Valley, Calif.-based Yankelovich Partners for surfCONTROL, a provider of Web filtering solutions. The Internet's popularity among workers who spend extensive amounts of their workday...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Half of those Americans with Internet access at work mistakenly believe their employer would not be held liable for any offensive material workers distribute via the Internet from the office, says a recent study, "Internet Usage at Work," conducted by Scotts Valley, Calif.-based Yankelovich…
  • / Technology

    Most companies do not restrict online shopping at work, survey says

    67% of companies that SurfControl surveyed said they do not restrict employees` access to online shopping sites. More than a quarter of employed adults shop from work, says a new survey from Yahoo Shopping.

    Posted 12/10/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    67% of companies that SurfControl surveyed said they do not restrict employees` access to online shopping sites. More than a quarter of employed adults shop from work, says a new survey from Yahoo Shopping.
  • No longer a secret: Employees shop at work and bosses tolerate it

    In good news to e-retailers, most employers don’t mind if their employees shop online while at work to take advantage of corporate broadband connections, report the latest shopping-at-work surveys from Yahoo and SurfControl. 67% of companies don’t restrict employees’ access to online shopping sites, web-access software provider SurfControl says.

    Posted 12/31/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    In good news to e-retailers, most employers don’t mind if their employees shop online while at work to take advantage of corporate broadband connections, report the latest shopping-at-work surveys from Yahoo and SurfControl. 67% of companies don’t restrict employees’ access to online shopping…

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