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Sample Wireless Communication Policy

December 1, 2003
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This sample can give you ideas about what to include in a policy concerning wireless communication. It includes sections on encryption, enforcement and registration.
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Wi-Fi Worries

December 1, 2003
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Laptops have been freed from their wired connections, but they now carry a heightened risk of hacking and eavesdropping. Making employees take Wi-Fi policies seriously requires marketing--and maybe even a threat of consequences.
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Managing E-mail

May 29, 2003
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Sample policies for retaining, deleting, and otherwise managing a company’s electronic mail.
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Network Security

August 29, 2002
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INTRANETS/EXTRANETS -- To stave off the finger-pointing and--even better--to greatly reduce the risk of a network-security meltdown, now is the time to talk and plan.
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HR Must Know When Employee Surveillance Crosses the Line

June 20, 2002
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The debate over Internet monitoring at work rages on, and HR not only must know the issues, but should be part of the decisions on whether (and how) to monitor.
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HR Must Know When Employee Surveillance Crosses the Line

June 20, 2002
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The debate over Internet monitoring at work rages on, and HR not only must know the issues, but should be part of the decisions on whether (and how) to monitor.
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Composing Risk-Free E-Mails

February 14, 2002
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One of the easiest and most effective ways for employers to reduce electronic risk is simply to require that employees use appropriate, businesslike language in all electronic communications
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Composing Risk-Free E-Mails

February 14, 2002
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One of the easiest and most effective ways for employers to reduce electronic risk is simply to require that employees use appropriate, businesslike language in all electronic communications
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Essentials of Internet and E-Mail Monitoring Polices

February 14, 2002
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The biggest mistake in implementing electronic-monitoring software is not having a policy to back it up.
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