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Poll: Do you think your company lost worker productivity during the first round of 2008 NCAA Basketball Tournament?

Companies that use content filtering to block the NCAA Basketball Tournament typically do it because they don't want lose worker productivity. During the first round of the 2008 NCAA Tournament, do you think your company lost productivity because of users watching the games at their desks? Take our poll.

Companies that use content filtering to block the NCAA Basketball Tournament typically do it because they don't want lose worker productivity. During the first round of the 2008 NCAA Tournament, do you think your company lost productivity because of users watching the games at their desks?

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3 comments
mdhealy
mdhealy

My company blocks most sports-related and streaming media sites for bandwidth, security, and productivity reasons.

Tony Hopkinson
Tony Hopkinson

the game where one set of guys bounces the ball down a court, puts it in a bag, gives it to the other guys to do the same, and depending on how quick they do it, some one wins 100-99 is n't it? :D As likely as your guys noticing England won at Cricket.

neilb
neilb

There has to be SOMETHING for their 9 foot tall mutants to do if they are under twenty stone. OUR 9 foot tall mutants play striker for England.

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