How to block websites from your office network: Easily ban Facebook, Twitter, Spotify and more
Employers expect the most from their employees and blocking distracting websites can be a way to make sure they work while they're at work. While it may seem unfair to employees, restricting their use of the internet could protect the office network from viruses and malicious content found on some websites, and help speed up overall connectivity.
Here are four easy steps you should take if you want to ban certain websites from your office network.
This is a general guide, manufacturers guides may vary.
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