The E-Policy Handbook: Rules and Best Practices to Safely Manage Your Company's E-Mail, Blogs, Social Networking, and Other Electronic Communication Tools

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abbreviations, 228
in text messaging,1602013161
Aberdeen Messaging Security Bench- mark Report, 58
accuracy, of e-mail business record, 36
acknowledgment form, 242
for blog policy, 125, 131
for participation in Internet policy training, 111
record retention policy for, 175
acronyms, 228
action plan
on blog policy, 1312013132
on blogs, 117,123
on business records retention and deletion,18
on cell phones, 1682013169
on discipline,183
on e-mail and IM management, 70
for e-mail business records, 44201345 on electronic business record reten- tion, 27
on electronic communication rules, 10
on electronic writing policy, 2312013232
on employee e-mail and privacy, 55
on employee training, 180
for employer/employee relations, 214
on government regulation, 33
on instant messaging, 99, 105
on monitoring and compliance rules, 192
on netiquette, 89201390
on online communication, 204
risk control, 84
on social networking and video sites, 1392013140
on software piracy,1512013152
for written policy, 221
Adobe, 144
Ahari, Shahram, 1342013135
AIIM
see Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM)
Akonix, 100,104
America Online see AOL (America Online)
anger, and e-mail content, 86
Annual Euro RSCG Magnet and
Columbia University Survey, 129
anonymous blogging, 129, 1982013200
Anti-Defamation League, 139
anti-SLAPP (Strategic Litigation
Against Public Participation) stat- utes, 202
antipiracy policy, 149
enforcing rules, 151
antispam software, 189
antivirus software, 189
AOL (America Online), productivity survey by, 122
AOL Instant Messenger, 95
IM names for, 104
archived data, statistics, 34
archiving, 244, 273
automatic, 37201338
vs. backup, 41201342
FRCP on,17
prohibiting underground, 43 reasons for, 40201341
technology,18, 26
webinars, 175
ArcMail Technology, 284
Defender,18, 26, 37, 38, 39, 43
and destructive retention, 25

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