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Hi guys! I am a businessman. I own small company and have few dozens of employees. They have their internet for work limited by software means but they continue to overuse it, but there is no WiFi network in the building. How are they doing it and what can I do to stop it?

asked Mar 19 '12 at 06:44

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Hi Bruce!

It is great that you care about how your employees are working. I hope you have limited the internet of your employees not very strictly, right? I mean that they can use it for work on work hours and surf any websites they want during lunch break? If not then you should probably do it in that way. Still if it is like I have said and they continue to overuse internet connection during their work hours, this is not good, and I have some things to say you about it.

The odds are that your employees are using Sprint 3G/4G Plug-in-connect USB. It is a tiny wireless device that looks just like any USB flash drive. Any of your employees can connect it to the PC or laptop and enjoy the 3G or 4G internet without even installing any drivers. It is as simple as it is - plug and use. So in this case you need to block 3G network of Sprint 3G/4G Plug-in-connect and jam Sprint 3G/4G Plug-in-connect 4G signals in your office in order to prevent your employees from wasting their working time.

There is also another side of the Sprint 3G/4G Plug-in-connect usage. You as a businessman would probably like to use this device to do your work on-the-go and be able to control your business from any part of the world. Sprint 3G/4G Plug-in-connect can easily handle this task but there is one thing you should consider. As long as this device is 3G GPS enabled, and you probably don't want to be tracked, you need to prevent Sprint 3G/4G Plug-in-connect USB tracking, leaving 4G frequency untouched for you to be able to use wireless 4G high-speed internet in your remote work.

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answered Mar 19 '12 at 07:11

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