A decent web filtering policy will allow your staff to efficiently carry out their work without risking your business’s time or reputation.
Your web filtering policies can be very granular to decide what kind of content your members of your staff can look at while they are at work.
These policies can be flexible enough to give them access to entertainment, news, sport and video sites in their lunch hours. Even if your staff take their lunch breaks at different times, the policies can be amended to suit.
You can even set filters based on which groups you wish to give access to content that will be advantageous to the business while blocking the same content for others who may find it distracting.
And lastly, you can even restrict or open up access depending on where people are working in your building, e.g. relax web filtering in the canteen area.
In this video blog, we explain how modern web filtering solutions can control the content your staff views on a ‘who, what, when, when’ basis to ensure your business and your employees do not fall foul of vulnerability, liability and distraction.