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IT Policy

IT Policy

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated August 29, 2019
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

An IT Policy governs the acceptable use of the internet and email systems in your workplace. Customisable and ready to use in under 3 minutes.

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Document Overview

This IT Policy is a workplace document that can form part of your business’s HR and employment policies. Many employees spend the majority of their day using the internet and communicating via email. It is important to set out the rules and responsibilities that your employees must abide by whilst using your IT systems at work.

Use this IT Policy if:

  • Your business would like to inform employees about the guidelines of using your internet and email systems.

What does the IT Policy cover?

  • Internet and email prohibited use; and
  • Internet and email monitoring.

Other names for IT Policy include:

  • Information Technology Policy;
  • Responsible Use of Technology; and
  • Worplace IT Use Policy.

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