I have an organizational web site that is used by both staff and clients. We've been looking at the analytics data to see how clients are using the site, but finding that some of the usage patterns are almost certainly driven by staff using the site. We would therefore like to somehow track the type of users.
It would be fairly simple to have the server side code look at the current user's IP address to determine if it belongs to our staff network and inject this into the page, but I haven't seen any way to push this information into Google Analytics.
To be clear, I do not want to eliminate the internal traffic from tracking. I'm still interested in it. I just want to be able to separate the two.