Legally monitoring employees' electronic activities: why and how

If a gadget uses electricity, chances are pretty good that it has a greater role to play than you might think in helping—or possibly hurting—your interests as an employer. Monitoring your employees' use of workplace computers is an obvious starting place. But people also leave electronic footprints on the Internet—in and out of the office. Our five billion cell phones allow us to make phone calls, but they also function as portable audio and video recorders and players, cameras, hard drives, Internet browsers, e-mail boxes, WiFi routers, and GPS units. Read More...