On Thu, 2005-04-21 at 09:26 +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> I have been asked to write a document detailing an office IT policy,
> which is currently non existent. This document is to address every
> aspect of IT usage in the office viz. hardware, operating systems,
> applications, networks, printing, internet access etc. etc.
>> I'm thinking that somebody out there might have some sample documents I
> could look at. I did ask Uncle Google, but nothing I found so far is
> really what I want, though there are rather a lot of policy documents
> out there.
>I'd make a guess here and say phrases like ITIL and service management
have been bandied about.
http://www.itpo.uwa.edu.au/itpo/it_issues for a list of ITIL policies
However, if you want to email me off list I think I can get you our IT
policy which was written (borrowed from another site) last year
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