Some enterprises think that blocking Internet access for their employees is the solution to many of their issues. They think that productivity will be increased, costs can be saved, less security and legal issues will occur and, since the rise of Web2.0 and social media in particular: less damage to their reputation can be done. So if you are ever confronted with one of these four reasons for blocking the Internet access for your employees (or if somebody is using this argument to explain to you why your access to the Internet is blocked), you will know the answer.
Blocking will increase the productivity of the employee
We will save a lot of money since our employees are wasting the bandwidth
No issues with downloaded inappropriate content / malware
Our reputation is at risk if our employees are online.
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