The policies listed below are a guide to help employees determine proper business Internet usage. These examples are not comprehensive but are merely illustrations of some types of acceptable and unacceptable use.
Sample Policy allows some personal use Introduction [Company Name] provides its users with Internet access and electronic communications services as required for the performance and fulfillment of job responsibilities.
You create or utilize an automated solution to register for courses in Banner, giving you not only an unfair advantage over other students, but also increasing the possibility of system degradation or failure.
These policies and laws are subject to change as state and federal laws develop and change. The first allows employees some personal use of the company Internet connection, while the second restricts use strictly to business purposes.
When other policies are more restrictive than this policy, the more restrictive policy takes precedence.
Disruptive behavior such as introducing viruses or intentionally destroying or modifying files on the network is strictly prohibited. While the University does not generally monitor or limit content of information transmitted on the campus network, it reserves the right to access and review such information under certain conditions.
UMUC faculty or staff members who violate this Policy may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. Information obtained in this manner can be admissible in legal proceedings or in a University hearing.
While someone else is using a computer, you want to check your email. Adherence to Laws Acceptable: When registering for email at Brown, and finding a policy presented on the screen, an individual quickly clicks on the "I Agree" button without reading the policy or acknowledging responsibility for following it.
As an authorized Brown University user of resources, you may not enable unauthorized users to access the network by using a Brown computer or a personal computer that is connected to the Brown network.
Violations of Internet and e-mail use include, but are not limited to, accessing, downloading, uploading, saving, receiving, or sending material that includes sexually explicit content or other material using vulgar, sexist, racist, threatening, violent, or defamatory language.
However, it does mean that you will abide by the regulations set forth in the above policy. Doing so may provide the basis for disciplinary action, civil litigation and criminal prosecution.
You should make a reasonable effort to protect your passwords and to secure resources against unauthorized use or access. As an employee at Brown, you store your photos, music, movies or unauthorized software on Brown resources either on your workstation or a Brown server.
Abide by all applicable copyright laws and licenses.Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) I will not use Internet “chat” services (for example, America Online (AOL), Microsoft Network (MSN) the site IASO. I know what constitutes a security incident and know that I must immediately report such incidents to the IASO.
I will comply with security guidance issued by my SA and IASO.
Acceptable Use Examples. The following scenarios are intended to provide examples of acceptable and unacceptable uses of Brown's computing resources, based on the Acceptable Use Policy.
These examples are not comprehensive but are merely illustrations of some types of acceptable and unacceptable use. Home Administration Policies and Reporting Policies Fiscal and Business Affairs Policies Acceptable Use Policy.
Policy Acceptable Use Policy. Originator: Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid. Sample Policy (no personal use permitted) [Company Name] provides Internet access to employees for company business use only.
The policies listed below are a guide to help employees determine proper business Internet usage. Acceptable Use Policy Free Use Disclaimer: The purpose of this policy is to outline the acceptable use of computer equipment at report the theft, loss or unauthorized disclosure of proprietary information.
I have read, understand, and will abide by the above Acceptable Use Policy when using computer and other electronic resources owned, leased, or operated by the [Name of Organization].
I further understand that any violation of the regulations above is unethical and may constitute a criminal offense.Download