IT Management Slideshow: Online Holiday Shopping: Putting Your Enterprise at Risk?

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 12-22-2010

6 hours


6 hours is how much time employees planned to devote to holiday shopping from a work computer or mobile device in 2010-down from 14 hours in 2009.

6 hours

20 percent


20 percent of employees planned to spend nine hours or more doing holiday shopping in 2010 from a work computer or mobile device.

20 percent

$1,000


$1,000 is how much IT managers estimate they lose in productivity per employee because of workers doing holiday shopping on the job.

$1,000

One-third


One-third of those managers say the cost will actually be $15,000 or higher per employee.

One-third

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47 percent of employees are expected to use company-issued mobile devices to do their shopping-increasing security risks.

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Two-thirds


Just under two-thirds of employees say they don't use secure browsing technology on work-supplied devices.

Two-thirds

41 percent


41 percent of employees say they assume their IT departments keep them up-to-date on security patches.

41 percent

38 percent


38 percent of employees say they do holiday shopping at work because it's a convenient use of lunch/break time.

38 percent

17 percent


17 percent of employees say they do holiday shopping during office hours because they work a long schedule and don't have time to shop at home.

17 percent

11 percent


11 percent of employees say they do holiday shopping while working because they're bored.

11 percent