Fighting security threats from IM and rogue Web access
Businesses of all sizes today are graduating from the first stage of Internet use, dominated by email, to a new stage characterized by increasing use of the Internet for research and of instant messaging (IM) to supplement telephone and email for communications both inside the company and with clients and business partners.
The Web, of course, has become a tremendous resource, with information on almost any subject imaginable from the latest company quarterly reports through innumerable white papers and recorded interviews on business subjects to in-depth analysis from established sources such as Dow Jones & Co. and newcomers such as Hoover's. And employees at all levels are using those sources. Fighting security threats from IM and rogue Web access
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