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Defining I.T department Policy

Posted on 2006-11-09
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Dear Respected All

I have been asked to define General I.T department policy for our company. My Company is an office automation company selling/supporting Copiers and software solution. I.T department supports internal users and external clients

Please advice as how should I.T policy be defined

Tejas
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Dear tejas1,
Normally policy documents need to be generic to the company in which is going to be implemented. The thumb rule i follow is to write the document which i am currently doing and modify anything if business requires that kind of policy. If you are looking for some template you get it via Google search.

You may write what you do and then do brain stroming and make it better.. Thats my take. May some more experts will help you

Cheers!
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