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Masters of all things wired (and wireless), IT managers are not only called upon to write policy within the IT department, but they also contribute to company-wide policies on e-mail usage, Internet access, cellular phone activity, and data security.

Enforcing policy within the department may not pose a challenge for the IT department leader, but backing a weak enterprise-wide policy can quickly turn into an act of political futility. The McLean Report offers a wide variety of templates covering a broad array of typical IT related policies; however, policy in itself cannot govern an organization.

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Published: January 29, 2008
Last Revised: January 29, 2008


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