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Posted: Nov 28th 2007 10:16AM (Unverified) said

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"So they suggest that people play games from work to alleviate the risk. While I'm enthusiastic about such a prospect personally, I highly doubt that most employers are too keen on the idea of their employees logging in while on the clock and using up company bandwidth to grind for Sporeggar rep."


Umm, yeah. Wow. Highly unrealistic recommendation there.

Posted: Dec 2nd 2007 1:19AM (Unverified) said

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Enterprise companies don't have better security, they have better security policies that even when enforced don't do anything because end users always figure out a way to do something stupid like opening attachments that infect their PC's, or installing smiley face programs to make their email prettier.

Advising those same types of folks to game while on their office network or one with better security still doesn't protect them from their own ignorance with computers.

At least that's just one IT Sysadmin's take on this.

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