How does e-mail benefit an organization?
There are many different ways that e-mail can benefit an organization. A employee can send and receive important information at the click of just a few keys. Such as data files or a graph showing information. E-mail also gives a employee more time to work on some thing else instead of being on the phone or having to walk across a large building to get the information that he or she needs.
Why might an organization want to limit how an employee uses e-mail during work hours?
A organization might want to limit how an employee uses e-mail during work hours due to the misuse the company email, such as using company time to make personal emails as well as taking company time to do this. Also a employee could trade or sale company secrets to a competing company.
What is an e-mail’s path once it leaves an organization?
An e-mail's path, after it leaves an organization is meant to go to a certain person or person's. But, as Internet security has learned over the years this is not always the case. It can be spread over the Internet buy crackers.
What is the effect of instant messaging on organizational networks?
I see the effect of instant messaging being very useful tool for a organization. It allows a message to be sent immediately through out an organization. This would also need to be monitored to prevent personal use during work hours.
What are benefits and drawbacks of using instant messaging in an organization?
A benefit that I see with instant messaging is that a message can be sent immediately to some one. The draw backs are that it can have a slow delay with sending or receiving due to server or network problems.
What are benefits and drawbacks of Web page and search engine use in an organization?
The benefits of web pages and search engines are that an organization can use these as tools for research for projects, or use them...