We have a particular drafting / CAD software package that allows us to provide employees temporary licenses for home use. We need to come up with an agreement between our work-at-home employees using this software and our company regarding acceptable outside-the-office use of the software the company has purchased and provided. Does anyone have such an agreement we can use, or have you seen one somewhere I may find it?
The purpose of the the agreement we're looking for is to mitigate our company's liability for what our employees do with the software outside of the office. The agreement has nothing to do with network security or preventing the leakage of our intellectual property; those items are already covered in a separate policy.
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