1001 Business Letters for All Occasions: From Interoffice Memos and Employee Evaluations to Company Policies and Business Invitations : Templates for Every Situation

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27 Information Technology:
Security and Maintenance

Security Notices from Information
Technology

Announcement of mandatory training
courses on security / 254

Policy on confidentiality of electronic
information / 254

Prohibition against back-dating
of documents, computer
monitoring / 254

Policy regarding travel with laptop / 254

Policy regarding use of PDAs / 255

Notification of monitoring of Web
usage / 255

Notification of blocked Web sites / 255

Notification of monitoring of e-mails / 256

Policy on mandatory use of antivirus and
antispam software / 256

Warning against opening unsolicited
attachments and files / 256

Emergency procedure if you suspect a
virus in your computer / 257

Reminder of company-wide required
password changes / 257

Company policy on creation of password
and proper safeguards / 257

Policy regarding release of e-mail
addresses to outsiders / 258

Policy regarding release of company phone
directory to outsiders / 258

Policy forbidding unauthorized use of
copyrighted material / 258

Procedure to seek permission to
use copyrighted material in
presentations / 259

Policy on use of data projectors for
presentations / 259

From Information Technology
Regarding Support and Repair
Services

Procedure for troubleshooting and repair of
computer equipment / 259

Availability of outside consultants for
special projects / 260

Policy on upgrading or replacement of
computer equipment on an individual
basis / 260

Announcement of outsourcing of computer
maintenance services / 260

Announcement of in-house maintenance of
computers / 260

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1001 Business Letters for All Occasions: From Interoffice Memos and Employee Evaluations to Company Policies and Business Invitations : Templates for Every Situation
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Dedication v
  • Dear Reader vi
  • Contents viii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • 1: The Executive Office 1
  • 2: The Executive Office 13
  • 3: Employment Office 18
  • 4: Employment Office 35
  • 5: Human Resources 44
  • 6: Human Resources 63
  • 7: Human Resources: From Employees 75
  • 8: Employee Evaluations 85
  • 9: Benefits Office Announcements 94
  • 10: Benefits Office Correspondence 111
  • 11: Business Invitations 119
  • 12: Government Affairs 125
  • 13: Media Relations 133
  • 14: Media Relations 139
  • 15: Legal and Compliance Offices 147
  • 16: Crisis Management 161
  • 17: Community Organizations 170
  • 18: Community Organizations 181
  • 19: Accounts Payable 187
  • 20: Accounts Receivable 193
  • 21: Payroll Services 199
  • 22: Office Services 203
  • 23: Office Services 213
  • 24: Office Services 222
  • 25: Office Services: To Vendors 237
  • 26: Information Technology 243
  • 27: Information Technology 253
  • 28: Office Medical Services 261
  • 29: Security Office 271
  • 30: Training Services 281
  • 31: Travel Office 287
  • 32: Sales and Marketing 294
  • 33: Sales and Marketing 309
  • 34: Manufacturing, Warehouse, and Shipping Offices 315
  • 35: Retail Sales 323
  • 36: Customer Service 330
  • 37: Customer Service 345
  • 38: Academic Institutions 351
  • 39: Academic Institutions 356
  • 40: Personal Business: Services 368
  • 41: Personal Business 385
  • 42: Personal Job-Related Communications 393
  • 43: Personal Legal Matters 401
  • 44: Personal Medical Matters 407
  • 45: Personal Travel 415
  • Index 423
  • How to Use the CD 433
  • About the Authors 434
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