Ethical issues of using employee monitoring software

Monitoring SoftwareEmployee monitoring software has become commonplace. Many apps take monitor screenshots, capture keystrokes and mouse movements, monitor active applications and visited sites and, in extreme cases, can even take pictures using webcam. It seems to be fair to track what your employees do when they are being paid for their time. After all, if they exchange their time for money, it seems fair for the employer to know what they are paying for. So, why does it still feel morally inappropriate in some cases? more…

Google Webmaster Tools to have more insight into site content and web traffic

The content war is currently waging on the web. What particular keywords bring organic traffic to my site? Where is my website positioned in the users’ organic search using these keywords? How does my page get top ranked? These concerns are relevant to many site owners and business bloggers. This topic is to help you to master Google Webmaster Tools as the means to see how your page content performs before the click.

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4 Usable Tools for Business Intelligence with Google Analytics

Analytics. Google. Social networks. Marketing campaign. Business Intelligence. It takes strong nerves to deal with all this in the vibrant, growing web business. The first thing necessary is to be real-time aware of what happens within an enterprise. Here I have chosen as notable some of the most usable tools for helping to monitor, visualize and compare analytics’ data. more…

The stat visualization that makes sense

As I was searching for data mining and data visualization tools I came across the data visualization website Gapminder by Hans Rosling, the professor of Global Health in Karolinska Institute, Sweden. The website presents over a century of statistic data in visual form in graphs, the data being UN and other world organizations out-sourced.

The professor has done an extensive work with plenty of data sources for this data visualizer, and his efforts are notable. more…

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