Telecommuting security concerns grow

Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 5:09 AM EST

Telecommuting has become a way of life as more companies let employees work from home to do jobs that might otherwise be done on corporate premises. As a result, IT managers are adapting security policies to encompass home PCs. Last year an estimated 8.9 million telecommuters worked from home three or more days each month during regular business hours, according to IDC.

At Computerworld.

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