June 18, 2020
7 min read
I need to improve these areas in my business/department:
My monitoring goals are:
I need the following monitoring features:
3.____________________________________Recommendation: We recommend that you avoid deploying monitoring functions that can slow down your computers, consume a lot of resources, disrupt the working environment, or even cause legal problems for your company.
I DON’T need the following monitoring features:
For example, check this link to see how different monitoring software uses system resources: WorkTime vs competitors.
Recommendation: We recommend that you get monitoring software that meets your data security and privacy requirements. For-sure-must-have features include data encryption, password protection, secure connection, multi-level data access, and automatic database archiving.
The features that ensure data protection are:
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1. How often are software updates made? Frequent software updates are indicators for a well-functioning business.
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To introduce the monitoring process, I need the following:
3. Consent form
4. Request samples
What to pay attention to:To continue reading, please request the check-list:
1. Is there an automatic notification when a new update is available?
2. Is the database being backed up, archived, and adequately maintained?
3. Are my employees aligned with the process?
4. Do I need to offer any training sessions?
Benjamin Franklin once said “If you fail to plan you plan to fail”Planning is the first step in successfully managing remote and working-from-home employees.
Employee monitoring in the United States is completely legal. Most federal and state laws allow employers to monitor just about anything that comes in and out of company-owned devices and across their network
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