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Information Communications Technology Policies
This guide addresses information and communication policies, potential exposure and considerations in drafting a policy.
Information and communications technology policies (ICT policies) are those policies that explain to your employees the intended use of all of your organisation’s information and communication technology, and what will constitute misuse and abuse.
ICT policies should address the protection of property rights and personal rights that are created wherever and whenever ICT is employed.
ICT policies can be drafted so that they succinctly encapsulate the technology your organisation currently uses, and the technology that it is likely to invest in, in the future.
ICT policies should be living documents that are realistic, manageable, and enforceable; to this end they should reflect your “house rules” and/or employment agreements, be consistent with your organisation’s other policies and procedures and reflect your ongoing workplace practices.
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