Content filtering is a technique that many organizations use to prevent or block users from viewing inappropriate or objectionable websites. Filtering is usually based on the analysis of the content only and not necessarily the source of the information or other criteria. When filtering content, rules regarding acceptable content are put into place and installed on individual computers or at a central point on an entire network. Depending on the sophistication of the content filtering system or software installed, it may be possible to give different levels of internet access to

each individual user.

Power 1 can help you determine the type of content filtering system or software that is appropriate for you and your organization. We can implement the rules and parameters you have created, as well as, install the content filter at the end-user level or for an entire network of computers.