Content filtering for charities & NGOs
The distractions the Internet provides are a major source of decreased productivity in the workplace. The cost of time wasted by employees to an organization is phenomenal: if one employee spends 2 hours a day browsing the Web for personal purposes and they get paid £10 p/hr; that's over £5,000 per year!
Charities cannot afford to waste this cash when it's easily preventable.
In addition, charities face many of the same issues concerning risk of inappropriate surfing as any other organization. Employees may not only be costing the charity money through lost work time, their actions (and those of other users, such as volunteers) could be opening the organization up to legal risks, increased security threats, and, depending on the nature of the charity’s work, putting vulnerable people at risk too.
Effectively managing the Internet access of your surfers, whether they are employees, volunteers or service users, is key to mitigating these risks. Bloxx has demonstrable experience of working with charities and NGOs to:
- Increase productivity
- Reduce the threat of malware
- Ensure compliance without restricting genuine business access to the Web
- Reduce cost – our flat pricing model ensures maximum value
Bloxx’s flexible content filtering solutions also give you the opportunity to manage a range of policies across your Internet users, so that employees, volunteers and service users can all have differing levels of access permissions. The granularity of these policy tools even means you could drill down further, and have differing permissions based on the age range of your users, for example.
Contact us to find out more about how Bloxx’s range of content filtering and Web security solutions can help your organization.