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    Re: IT Staff Idemity Letter Needed (Sensative Subject)

    That was my point, Witch, we should be thinking about what current employees are doing, not just the ones who have left.

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    Re: IT Staff Idemity Letter Needed (Sensative Subject)

    At the end of the day it is very hard to have total control, we live in a democratic society where we expect people to behave in a way that does not effect others and certainly does not break the law. If people are stealing then they need to be dealt with higher up, it should not be the responsibility of the ICT technician or manager to be chasing staff for suspected law breaking.

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    Please do not insult other members we expect people to act in professional manner.

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    Re: IT Staff Idemity Letter Needed (Sensative Subject)

    LEA all the way

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    as a little aside - some software lisencing alow staff to use softwares at home for work use. under a schools agreement, for example, you could take sever 2008 home to test it out in your own time. providing you have the correct lisencing this would be fine. the issue comes when your staff abuse the lisencing. this could happen at any point in their employment, or after. you just have to trust your staff and be vigilant. here, education is key.

    also as it is stealing, it is a crime and a sackable offence under almost all contracts, in a school or not. you have to give you door keys in before you leave, why should lisence keys be any different?

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