Home > slashdot > Getting Company Owners To Follow Their Own Rules?

Getting Company Owners To Follow Their Own Rules?

January 25th, 2010 01:34 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

techmage writes “Recently we had an issue at our small company that resulted in the loss of a lot of important data. To prevent it from happening again, we created a company-wide policy that all computers would return to IT to have their contents backed up, and the computers would be formatted and reloaded for the next user. Consistently the owners of the company break this and other policies we set up to prevent data loss, theft, etc. How do I get through to the bosses that when they break with the policies, they are potentially shooting the company in the foot?”

Source: Getting Company Owners To Follow Their Own Rules?

Related Articles:

  1. Would-Be Tesla Owners Jump Through Hoops To Skirt Wacky Texas Rules
  2. Owners Smash iPhones To Get Upgrades, Says Insurance Company
  3. Cast-off Gadgets Spy on Owners (on Purpose for a Change)
  4. Official Doc Reveals Oracle’s Cloud Rules
  5. Tablet Owners Likely to Transmit Sensitive Data, Says Report
blog comments powered by Disqus