- Slate, Thursday, August 27, 2009 2:05 PM
Slate -- once owned by Internet Explorer-maker Microsoft -- asks why so many offices restrict their employees from using the Web browsers of their choice. Because of administration costs and unseen
dangers lurking on the Web? Perhaps, but these threats are generally overstated, and such restrictions do far more harm that good, Slate argues, in the form of resentment, reduced morale,
inefficiencies, and discouraged productivity.
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