Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Survey: Over half of U.S. workplaces block social networks | The Social - CNET News

Another reason why unlimited data plans for personal mobile devices are increasingly popular…

A majority of U.S. workplaces block access to social-networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, new survey results commissioned by consulting firm Robert Half Technology indicate. Fifty-four percent block social networks "completely," while another 19 percent only permit it "for business purposes."

Only 10 percent of companies surveyed permit social-network use on the job for any kind of personal use; 16 percent allow "limited" personal use, according to the results released Tuesday.

Survey: Over half of U.S. workplaces block social networks | The Social - CNET News

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