Obviously, you won’t be able to monitor all of you child’s internet activities. Luckily, there is a wealth of content filtering software to ensure that they don’t stumble upon a page they shouldn’t, either accidentally or on purpose. Content filtering limits access to sites that you don’t want your kids on. Some content filtering can be done through search engines, but it’s easy for a tech-savvy child to reverse those settings. More comprehensive content filtering software, like ContentWatch Net Nanny 7 or Symantec Norton Family Premier, will do a better job of keeping kids safe. Content filtering isn’t just a resource for parents. It can also be invaluable for businesses trying to keep their employees on task at work. Don’t want your staff spending hours on Facebook or looking up other jobs on Indeed? Install filtering software, and you can be sure they won’t surf the day away. KEEP YOUR KIDS SAFE ONLINE Internet Tips for Parents
If you have kids, you know that they are spending more and more of their lives online. Whether it be for school or fun, screentime is a fact of life for children today. The internet is a robust educational resource, but it can also be a scary place. You want your children to be safe online the same way you want them to be safe at a local playground. Here are some tips for protecting your kids from digital dangers. Before your kids go online, it’s important to teach them proper behavior. Children should be instructed to never supply personal information over the internet and to not sign up for any services without supervision. During their first few excursions on the internet, you should be their copilot. Supervision is crucial for establishing safe and appropriate behaviors. SPOTLIGHT ON JOSH ‘JAY’ KRISTAL When Josh Kristal arrived at AZCOMP, he knew he’d be taking on a new
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challenge. What he didn’t know was that he’d also take on a new name: Jay. “On my first day,” Jay remembers, “there was another employee named Josh, who also had the last initial K. I didn’t want to be ‘Josh K. number 2’, so I adopted the name Jay.” Jay came to AZCOMP with previous experience at Google, and he’s been going strong here for three years. “What I love most
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about AZCOMP,” Jay states, “are the company culture and values. AZCOMP is a company where people always do the right thing, and that’s a rare quality.” On the weekends, Jay spends his time hiking, camping, and exploring nature. He’s a self-described “outdoors guy,” always taking advantage of the Arizona landscape. “I have a little truck that I love to take off-roading,” he notes. “I’m definitely not an expert, but I think of myself as a weekend warrior.” Jay brings that same adventurous spirit to AZCOMP every day!
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