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#21 fulgar

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Posted 03 January 2009 - 01:26 AM

anything with x-rated/porn/hackware content. ym is also monitored with file transfer being blocked. you also get a warning message with each chat message

but usually we get around the browsing problems via using proxy sites (i.e. proxybrowsing.net, etc.)

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Posted 03 January 2009 - 04:25 PM

guys if you still cannot browse those blocked site,
my suggestions are use this proxy servers WWW.KTUNNEL.COM
www.ipwarp.com and pimpmyip.com just need to type this on the address
bar or if you want you can set this upas your proxy server thru your
internet options...

#23 dencio

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Posted 05 January 2009 - 09:41 PM

^^ Yung sa amin malupit! Even these proxy sites na-de-detect at hindi mapuntahan.

At least Manilatonight is accessible. :hypocritesmiley:

Edited by dencio, 05 January 2009 - 09:43 PM.


#24 j23knight

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 02:54 PM

amin 2 port meron..un isa haha walang kablock block lol kaya ata sobrang bagal..ano ano pinaggagawa ng mga tao d2... un isa block naman almost lahat ng site na pedeng gawin pag alang ginagawa hahaha kaya mabiles kc alang mashadong tao gumagamit

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 08:17 AM

friendster bawal dito badtrip badtrip talaga....

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 10:41 AM

Whether performance is affected or not is not the point. IT IS NOT SUPPOSED TO BE DONE. That is like allowing every employee to take money from the company at will provided that company remains profitable. You're lucky because you either have a boss who thinks like you, or is stupid and clueless about what is going on around him, or who doesn't care. On the basis of what you just said, had you been working for me, I would have fired you on the spot.

Your job after all was to PREVENT inefficiencies and the inefficient use of bandwidth is just that irrespective of whether actual work speed or quality has been affected.

You must change this attitude if you are to move up in the world. Because this is the root of the "pwede na" mentality of Filipinos.


Im taking this as a constructive criticism.

Yes, kumakain ng bandwidth yung mga ibang site pero hindi naman masyadong/palaging sa internet yung ibang opismates ko sa dami ng ginagawa nila.

Humingi na ako ng additional machines pero mukhang matatagalan pa.

Wala kasi budget dept ko kaya hirap i-administer. As a matter of fact, gamit ko machine is PentiumS-150 hehehe buti na lang hindi pa bumabaksak ftp server ko hehe

Thanks for the critic.

2009 wishlist:

Squid proxy
Asterisk
New Machines

CHEERS!!!

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Posted 12 January 2009 - 09:57 AM

rapidshare sites... di tuloy maka-download.. :cry:

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Posted 12 January 2009 - 10:56 AM

www.vodpod.com
www.youporn.com

latest in the banned list :thumbsdownsmiley: shetness to the gay office staff who watch m2m videos

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Posted 11 May 2009 - 03:24 PM

lahat ng donwload sites :thumbsdownsmiley:

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Posted 14 May 2009 - 06:31 AM

lahat dahil malupit yung server namin eh, may mga allowed sites lang na pwedeng i-visit, maraming bawal

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Posted 04 June 2009 - 10:30 PM

porn site hehehe

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Posted 05 June 2009 - 12:09 AM

same here

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Posted 05 June 2009 - 03:51 PM

I just put out a new rule today:

Anyone who is found to have ANY FILESHARING OR P2P CLIENT including bittorrent installed in a company-owned computer --> suspended for one week.

Anyone who is proven to have ran or executed a P2P client of any kind (as noted in a network log or by personal knowledge of an admin, sysop, super, or team leader) while connected to the company's internet bandwidth --> fired on the spot with notices served to the association of call center and BPO personnel managers as well as formal notations made in their 201 files. This does not mean that the app is allowed to actually download a file. The mere execution of the file will be cause for termination.

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 12:33 AM

I just put out a new rule today:

Anyone who is found to have ANY FILESHARING OR P2P CLIENT including bittorrent installed in a company-owned computer --> suspended for one week.

Anyone who is proven to have ran or executed a P2P client of any kind (as noted in a network log or by personal knowledge of an admin, sysop, super, or team leader) while connected to the company's internet bandwidth --> fired on the spot with notices served to the association of call center and BPO personnel managers as well as formal notations made in their 201 files. This does not mean that the app is allowed to actually download a file. The mere execution of the file will be cause for termination.



strikto naman ata maxado yan. :D

nka fortinet fortiguard kami, audio streaming, web streaming, p2p, games, file sharing, pati social networking blocked lahat. lalo na porn. pero tinatanngal nila ang block sa social networking sites pag lunch break and after 7 pm.

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 10:29 AM

strikto naman ata maxado yan. :D

nka fortinet fortiguard kami, audio streaming, web streaming, p2p, games, file sharing, pati social networking blocked lahat. lalo na porn. pero tinatanngal nila ang block sa social networking sites pag lunch break and after 7 pm.


Strikto talaga!!!

The only way I can justify bonuses and profit sharing to my stockholders is if I ensure and demonstrate that every possible source of inefficiency and cost leaks is covered.

Access to social networking does not enhance productivity and employees should not be doing this in time that the company has paid them for. As a concession, our Cisco routers will authorize access to employee accounts during the break periods of those employees but only during those times only.

We added a new customized script. Now, the HR desk is immediately alerted when any account tries to access a port other than those listed to be officially in use. HR informs NOC, and NOC must confirm the alert within 15 minutes with details.

Dito kasi sa 'pinas, pinaka spoiled na empleyado ang mga tech kasi madalas mga boss nila hindi naman masyadong tech. Malas nila at systems audit ang isa sa mga sideline ko dati.

#36 RiverJordan

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Posted 14 June 2009 - 09:54 PM

youtube
friendster
facebook
rapidshare



for the 99% of the unlucky ones under a group policy

#37 pangetpangetpangetpanget

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 04:24 PM

All adult websites. ehehehehhe

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Posted 17 June 2009 - 08:42 PM

aba aba aba aba.. kasama sa listahan ang friendster?!? tanong ko bakit. ang sagot ay ginagamit raw NILA makipagcommunicate not only with each other but also with the US counterpart?!? so anong gamit ng sariling mail server that I pay to have maintained?!?

hay. anong akala nung supervisor, t@nga ako? the ban stays but he will not. We're currently looking for a suitable replacement not only for the position of supervisor but his whole group!


lwow. talk about insulting your intelligence! lol

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Posted 24 June 2009 - 06:07 PM

Realizing that social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have found a use among employees that has the potential of enhancing productivity, we have allowed employees to log into their Facebook and Twitter accounts during working hours subject to the following guidelines:

Of course, this move was prompted by a similar move of an existing BPO client, an international news gathering and wirse services agency. To remain in step with them, we have adopted their policies.

SOCIAL NETWORKING Q&A

Is it OK for employees to have accounts on such social-networking sites as Facebook and Twitter?

Absolutely. Theyíve become an integral part of everyday life for millions of people around the world, and the Company already
has a robust corps of employees with accounts on all the social networks. These networks also have become an
important tool for employees.

What are the general guidelines for such accounts?

Employees must identify themselves as being from the Company if they are using the networks for work in any way. Posting
material about the Companyís internal operations is prohibited on employees' personal pages, and employees also should avoid
including political affiliations in their profiles and steer clear of making any postings that express political views or take
stands on contentious issues. Employees should be mindful that any personal information they disclose about themselves
or colleagues may be linked to the Company's name. That's true even if staffers restrict their pages to viewing only by friends.
Itís not just like uttering a comment over a beer with your friends: It's all too easy for someone to copy material out of
restricted pages and redirect it elsewhere for wider viewing. As multitudes of people have learned all too well, virtually
nothing is truly private on the Internet.

Anything specific to Facebook?

Itís a good idea to monitor your profile page to make sure material posted by others doesnít violate Company standards; any
such material should be deleted. Also, managers should not issue friend requests to subordinates, since that could be
awkward for employees. Itís fine if employees want to initiate the friend process with their bosses.

How about Twitter?

Weíre still the Company. Donít report things or break news that we havenít published, no matter the format, and that includes
retweeting unconfirmed information not fit for Company's wires. Feel free to link to Company material that has been published. It's
difficult for most people to link to Company Mobile stories right now, so link to member and customer sites instead and try to vary
the links to spread the traffic around. It's a good idea to reference the Company in the promo language, i.e. Just how much
geek can be chic? Test your fashion IQ with this interactive game (Company): http://bit.ly/BvAqv <http://bit.ly/BvAqv> . Also,
when tweeting, remember thatís there a big difference between providing an observation ("I nearly bumped into Johnny de la Cruz outside Ayala MRT Station") and an opinion ("I nearly bumped into the loudmouthed and obnoxious Johnny de la Cruz").

Why does the Company care or think it should have a say in what I put on my social networking feed/page?

We all have a stake in upholding the Companyís reputation for fairness and impartiality, which has been one of our
chief assets. These guidelines do not break new ground Ė they are consistent with the rest of our Statement of Values and Principles. They just take into account the new realities of the social- networking world and answer questions that many Company employees have asked.

Do these guidelines apply just to specific Company employees?

They apply to all employees, just as the Statement of Values and Principles does. We cannot expect
people outside the Company to know whether a posting on Facebook was made by someone who takes pictures,
processes payroll checks or fixes satellite dishes or answers subscriber inquiries. We all represent the reputation.

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Posted 24 June 2009 - 08:25 PM

all social networking sites, yahoo mail, gmail, and other non-business related sites.




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