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Who Needs This Hardware Lock?

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 07-18-2011 Print

Workers, regardless of the industry or country, typically take the technologies provided to them by IT and engage in activities that would make even the most laid-back CIO cringe. Whether it's allowing other people to use their company computer, or forgetting to change passwords, employees are engaging in behaviors that put your company's sensitive data at risk. Here are the 11 dumbest (and most worrisome) activities that your employees are likely doing with company-provided technology on any given day. As you share this, you'll do well to remind your workers that bad tech behavior speaks volumes about the kind of people we really are.

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If your employees are on-the-go, you may provide a lock that allows them to chain a device to some kind of immovable object to prevent theft. Don't bother. Employees rarely use such devices, and when they do, chances are they'll hook them up to easily movable objects.



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