It/205 Week 4 Assignment

IT/205 week 4 Checkpoint
How e-mail would benefit an organization is that when they e-mail, it makes it easier to get feedback from customers. Also, they can use the e-mail for other clients to get information to from. E-mail is a good thing, but it can also lead to a bunch of junk mail. But, that is why there is the fact that when you do get junk email, you have a spot for it. Another thing is that when employees have an e-mail, they can correspond with customers, and future customers easier.   The reason why an organization would want to limit how an employee uses the e-mail is because the employees might start using it as their own e-mail. Also, e-mail is not what it is once thought of. The reason why I say that is because e-mail is an opportunity for people to give your personal information out to other places, and get e-mails from people or places you do not even know. Once an e-mail leaves an organization, the business or personal information is carried with the company name, and if anything illegal is in there, which falls back on the company or place it came from. The e-mail goes to its designated sender.

The effect of instant messaging on organizational networks is that whether the instant message is good or bad, it can be under surveillance of anybody outside of the company, and can be held against the company or not. People and businesses can use instant messaging. The plus side of using instant messaging for both personal use and business use, is that you can send somebody an instant message, and receive a quicker feedback time response, as to using the e-mail process. Instant messaging is like real time video chat in a way, because you can get a response within seconds. Instant messaging is also free, so the company can save money, and still make a good profit. The drawback of using instant messaging in an organization is that when you are having networking and server problems, you will probably not be able to get that message to the destination...