Keeping compliant in a Web 2.0 world

Monday, 4 June 2007, 12:02 AM EST

As instant messaging, blogging and wikis move into the corporate mainstream, vendors are responding with a slew of new technologies to arm companies intent on tracking and controlling these new forms of communication.

These include software that can warn employees if they are about commit an infraction, such as using profanity or sending out confidential company documents in e-mail. Such software can be set to warn or block some employees but not others, depending, on for example, their rank.

At Computerworld.

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