Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Monitoring computers

As the use of computers and Internet spreads and becomes more ingrained in our lives, the line on the appropriateness of its use often gets blurred. Where do companies draw the line on monitoring their employees? Is checking one's personal mail on an office computer acceptable? What about reading the news, maybe even related to what the company is doing? How about booking tickets online or playing games during a lunch break?

With the incidences of misuse of office computers or Internet rising, companies have no choice in safeguarding their physical and intellectual property and one of the best ways to check this is by using a computer monitoring system by SpectorSoft, one of the leading companies in the industry. PC Magazine selected the Spector Pro software two times as it's Editors' Choice for best Monitoring Software in 2002 and 2004.

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