Slideshows Slideshow: More CIOs Block Social Networks

By Ericka Chickowski  |  Posted 10-23-2009
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Do social networking sites serve as useful tools for connecting within the business world, or are they simply time-wasters? More than half of enterprise IT leaders lean toward the latter perspective, according to a new survey conducted amongst 1,400 CIOs by the employment experts at Robert Half Technology. The results conform with data collected from a previous study released by Nucleus Research earlier this summer; this slideshow compares results from both studies to paint a picture of social networking in the workplace. Also see: Work-Safe Social Networking.

More CIOs Block Social Networks

Approximately 54% of CIOs report that their company policy completely prohibits employees from using social media sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter while at work.
More CIOs Block Social Networks
 
 
 
 
 

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