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Monitoring Can Help Deter Employees From Violating Acceptable Use Policies

Employees at Work Olympics and the 2012 "Are Employees going to WATCH THE OLYMPICS?" YES 69.4% 30.6% NO "Who's more interested – MEN OR WOMEN?" MEN WOMEN 73.6% 64.8% "The most expensive employees are THE MOST INTERESTED." As income levels increase, so does the desire to watch the Olympics. O $500K + 100% $200-500K 100% $100-200K 80% . O 575-100K 81.2% $50-75K 71.8% 69.9% O $25-50K $0-25K 48.3% "The Olympics occurs during 11 BUSINESS DAYS" Full Schedul! JUL AUG | Archery |Athletics 27 -12 |Basketball | Boxing 2012 2012 Badminton Divina "Most Companies DON'T HAVE USE POLICIES" We asked "Does your employer have policies against using a work-issued computer for non-work-related activities?" DON'T KNOW 8.7% NO YES 59.8% 31.5% "Employees with Use Policies will be watching WHILE ON THE JOB ANYWAY" We asked "If an Olympic event occurs during work hours, would you watch via the Internet on company time?" YES 37.9% "Most Employees will spend an hour or more daily ON THE OLYMPICS" We asked "What do you think is an acceptable amount of time to spend daily following the Olympics during work hours?" 20.7% 41.3% 16.3% 21.7% • <15 MINUTES 1 HOUR 2 HOURS • >2 HOURS Source: SpectorSoft Consumer Survey, "The 2012 Olympics and Work" July 2012, SpectorSoft 1HOUR OR MORE 78.3%

Monitoring Can Help Deter Employees From Violating Acceptable Use Policies

shared by GregF on Jul 24
In advance of the 2012 Olympics, SpectorSoft conducted a survey on personal use of company computing resources during work hours. Survey results showed that nearly 40 percent of employees are not dete...






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