Dior Are You Being Monitored At Work?
DawenSmith posted on Sep 07, 2012 at 03:08AM
A 2011 survey found that over half of US employers are monitoring their employees' computer usage. How can you find out if you are one of them? link will tell you how to do it. And if you are, what should you do about it? There are two main ways employers track computer usage — with monitoring software on your desktop, and by watching the traffic on the corporate network. Also, many companies have written guidelines about Internet usage and may indicate if they are monitoring you. HR departments should have these policies available for employee review. <p>
In fact in reality, each one of us has his own privacy of link. See yourself how to maintenance and treat. Monitoring Software on Your Computer. Monitoring software tracks all your activity and sends logs to the boss or IT department. Without your knowledge, they may be receiving reports listing the websites you visit, time spent in specific software programs, or even how much you play solitaire. The programs that do this are myriad, but there are often signs that they're running. Such as on a Windows machine: First, look in the system tray and start up folder. Do you see programs with names like VNC or LogMeIn, GoToMyPC, Shadow, SpyAgent, Web Sleuth and Silent Watch? An IT person can choose to hide these programs from the user so they are not in the Start Menu, but many assume the user won't look for them or know what these programs are.<p>
If you want to protect your privacy, or shopping link, then and I discuss together the life philosophy it. The Windows taskbar often lists all the actively running programs. Check all the icons in the taskbar in the bottom right hand corner of the screen and make sure you know what each program is. The Windows Firewall must give monitoring programs permission to send and receive information. Search 'firewall', open it, click 'exceptions' or 'add program'. Then look to see if any of the above-mentioned programs or any programs that are unknown to you have permission to pass through the ports.<p></div>
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