Jun 27 2006
This is probably going to be the earliest I’ll ever release an episode of the podcast. I’m going on vacation tomorrow morning, so I wanted to make sure the podcast was up and available. There won’t be a podcast next week, but the podcast after that will be exciting. I haven’t recorded that interview yet, so I’m not telling who it is yet. Just rest assured, you’ll understand why I’m excited when you hear the guest.
This week’s guest was Jeff Stanton, professor at Syracuse University and co-author of The Visible Employee. Dr. Stanton’s book looks into the realm of employee monitoring, examining employee attitudes, management viewpoints and the technology involved. Having run an employee monitoring program before, I was extremely interested in hearing how other IT professionals feel about being made responsible for watching their fellow employees. Employee monitoring is something that has to be handled very carefully to protect the business while not intruding on the employee’s right to privacy. And a lot of businesses haven’t really taken the necessary time to do it right.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 33, June 27, 2006
Tonight’s music: Osho Mask by Aaron Wilkinson
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