Setting Screen Savers

In most companies, workers do not have individual offices—instead they work in what are poetically known as "cube farms." While these vast areas of cubicles promote an open, airy atmosphere that can lead to increased collaboration, they are also a security nightmare. In contrast, if everyone has an individual office, there is the capability to maintain security. For example, when a worker leaves an office to wander down the hall to pour a cup of coffee, she or he merely needs to shut the self-locking door to maintain security. In most cubicles, however, there are no doors. In addition, there may be dozens of nearby coworkers who can easily step over to access the system of an absent worker. In the same vein, a visitor may ...

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