Improve Productivity and Reduce Risk with an Employee
Internet Productivity Assessment.
The Internet has proven to
be very beneficial to law firms. Firms provide their
employees with Internet access to enable them to share
documents, research topics and communicate with clients.
However, along with all the benefits, the Internet
introduces new risks to law firms. Many law firm IT
Directors and Managing Partners view Internet access with
great skepticism and alarm because of the unproductive and
inappropriate content available to employees. Many employees
abuse their Internet access by spending excessive hours
surfing the web at job-hunting, entertainment and shopping
sites. In addition, some employees access pornography and
other objectionable material that exposes a firm to legal
liability for issues such as sexual harrasment.
W3Control offers services to
assess the Internet use of your employees.
- How much time do
employees spend on the web?
- What types of sites do
- Do they access sites
that could bring risk or embarrassment to your
The assessment gives you the
information you need to enforce your Internet Access Policy
and to eliminate inappropriate Internet use at your
Productivity Assessment will enable you to:
- Enforce your Internet
An Internet Productivity Assessment allows you to
validate your firm's Internet Access Policy by giving you
a information of how the Internet is being utilized by
- Reduce Legal
When employees access pornography and other objectionable
web sites, they create a hostile and sexually
discriminating work environment that can lead to law
suits. Eliminate this risk by analyzing your employees'
Keep your institution focused on its corporate mission by
ensuring that employee Internet usage is in keeping with
your companies goals and standards. Employee productivity
is negatively impacted by the distraction inherent in
unrestricted and unmonitored Internet access. Monitoring
Internet access allows you to optimize the use of the
- Increase Internet
Speed and Capacity
Studies have shown that as much as 50% of the Internet
traffic from companies is directed to unproductive sites.
By reducing access to these sites, network traffic can be
greatly reduced, thereby increasing bandwidth
availability and speed of access.
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