20 Mar M&I warns staff about Internet abuse as March madness begins
In a companywide memo, M&I Bank officials are reminding employees that they should not use their office computers to listen to music on the Internet or watch non-business streaming video.
The memo, which was obtained by the Journal Sentinel, came as the NCAA men’s basketball tournament began Thursday. CBS Sports, which has the video-streaming rights to the tournament, has a free service called March Madness on Demand that allows PC users to see any game live on their computer.
Many companies have policies forbidding employees from using office PCs for personal use. The practice of using office PCs for personal use often arises during the men’s basketball tournament.
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