Monitoring Employees

Monitoring Employees on Networks
Mark Beltrami
Kerry Scott

How does e-mail benefit an organization?
E-mail benefits an organization because it creates better client communication and improves the communication between employees, making communication faster and easier. E-mail will ultimately prevent the loss of revenue by spending less on conventional mailing products such as letters, stamps, paper, and time used by employees to send mail.
 Why might an organization want to limit how an employee uses e-mail during work hours?
An organization would want to limit an employees’ use of e-mail because of personal use. It is thought that as many as 90 percent of employees send and receive personal e-mails at work. Using email for personal use in the work place can result in loss of revenue, major miscommunication, and mistakes. Also organizations would want to prevent possible lawsuits from someone outside the company.
 What is e-mail’s path once it leaves an organization?
Once an email path has left the organization it is usually meant to go to a person or a number of people. Once the email has left it can spread throughout the Internet by the hands of hackers.
What is the effect of instant messaging on organizational networks?
Instant messaging can be effective because a notice or message can be sent immediately throughout an organization.
 What are benefits and drawbacks of using instant messaging in an organization?
The benefit is the fast and easy transfer of messages or notices throughout an organization. The drawback is that the message or notice would lack the professionalism and could possibly give the wrong idea.
 What are benefits and drawbacks of Web page and search engine use in an organization?
The benefits of webpage and search engine use are that an organization can put research into projects and create revenue using their own webpage for advertising.
The drawback of webpage and search engine use is that...