Free Report: Get Computer Savvy: Managing Electronic Communications

This free report, "Get Computer Savvy: Managing Electronic Communications" will show you how to manage both the legal and practical risks of electronic communications, including the Internet, instant messaging, message boards, screen savers, and e-mail.

In this free report you will learn:

  • 4 tips for promoting proper Internet use and
    reducing your organization's associated legal risks
  • 3 ways other companies are restricting illegal downloads to avoid winding up like the Arizona employer that was ordered to pay $1 million for allegedly allowing employees to access and share copyrighted music files
  • 3 strategies for increasing productivity by reducing personal Instant Messaging
  • 4 steps for preventing employees from posting inappropriate messages on your company's message board
  • 6 critical areas to include in your e-mail policy
  • 5 pointers for protecting your company's computer system and proprietary information from hackers and viruses.

Get your copy of Get Computer Savvy: Managing Electronic Communications today. Note: Free registration is required.

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