Administrative Services Manager is responsible for establishing, maintaining
and implementing this policy.
WEB Access - Microsoft Outlook WEB Access for Microsoft Exchange Server
provides secure access to e-mail, a personal calendar, group scheduling, and
collaboration applications on Microsoft Exchange server using a Web browser.
Machine - any PC that is not part of the Community Care networks, or behind the
Care firewall. This would include library, friends house, Internet Cage, etc. ���
Care provides the capability of accessing your Care e-mail account through the
logon procedures ensure that a "secure session" is enabled, so there
should be no concerns that others can view the information you receive or send
over the Internet.
the browser is the only means to terminate access.
you are using a "public machine" and accessing your account, there is
no way to logoff, other than shutting down (closing) the browser. If the
browser is not shut down, the next person using the computer will have access
to the Care e-mail system, using your account.
should be comfortable that the machine you are using to access your company
e-mail is free from viruses or has adequate virus protection resident on that
machine. Workstations used outside the Agency do not necessarily provide the
software protections that are provided for within Community Care.
using Care's resources, employees will act in a legal, responsible and ethical
Information Systems must not be used knowingly to violate the laws and
regulations of the United States or any other nation, or the laws and
regulations of any state, city, province or other local jurisdiction. Use if
any Agency resources for illegal activity are grounds for immediate dismissal
and the Agency will cooperate with any legitimate law enforcement activity.