Productivity, Internet Abuse, and How to Improve One by Eliminating the Other


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Source: Bloxx, Inc.
Date: October 2008
Type: White Paper
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Overview: The Web can be an incredible business tool, and a potential threat. The change that the Internet has and will continue to produce in the world marketplace - and in life in general - is certainly comparable to revolutionary innovations in the past, such as the introduction of automobiles or even the printing press.

This white paper, however, will not focus on Internet highlights, but on some of the considerable downsides-and how to eliminate them. Specifically, we will discuss the effect of Internet abuse on employee productivity, which is huge and not fully appreciated. We will then examine the best strategies and technologies to combat abuse so that organizations can enhance the Internet as a tool and remove its potential as a productivity curse.

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