End-User Computing - Templates & Policies

Printer Policy

The printer policy is essential for business function. This policy helps control printing practices and costs within the organization.

Mobile Device Acceptable Use Policy

The mobile device acceptable use policy outlines standards for the use of mobile devices when connected to corporate networks and data.

Telephone and Voicemail Acceptable Use Policy

Telephone and voicemail services are crucial and versatile communication tools for any business. However, they also run the risk of being repurposed for personal calls...

Desktop Virtualization RFP Template

Organizations in the selection process for a desktop virtualization solution should issue an RFP to gather required information, and make an informed final decision. This...

Desktop Move/Add/Change Policy

The desktop move/add/change policy provides guidelines for end users to request a move, add, or change to their desktop computing environments.

IP Telephony RFP Template

Organizations embarking on the selection process for an IP Telephony (IPT) solution may elect to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) after determining their final...

Business Case Template

Putting together a sound business case is a pivotal step in deciding whether to make a purchase or pursue a project. Use this editable template to build a business case...

PC Power Management Policy

The power management policy defines the roles of all employee groups as well as their responsibilities when it comes to power reduction; additionally, this policy...

Windows 10 Migration Plan

Use this template as a starting point for your Windows 10 migration plan.

Mobile Device Reimbursement Policy

The mobile device reimbursement policy will outline the devices and voice/data plans that qualify for corporate reimbursement and the limits of corporate reimbursement of...
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