|John Glenn School Corporation|
|Bylaws & Policies|
7542 - ACCESS TO CORPORATION TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES FROM PERSONAL COMMUNICATION DEVICES
The Board permits employees, students, Board members, and guests, to use their personal communication devices ("PCDs") to wirelessly access the Corporation's technology resources (guest or business networks, servers, projectors, printers, etc.) while they are on-site at any Corporation facility. Access to the business/guest network shall require authentication.
For purposes of this policy, "personal communication device" includes computers, tablets (e.g., iPads and similar devices), electronic readers ("e-readers"; e.g., Kindles and similar devices), cell phone (e.g., mobile/cellular telephones, smartphones (e.g., BlackBerry, iPhone, etc.).
If the user wants to access the Corporationís technology resources through a hard-wired connection, the userís PCD must first be checked by the Technology Director to verify it meets the established standards for equipment used to access the network.
The Technology Director is charged with developing the necessary standards for connecting PCDs to the Corporationís technology resources. The standards shall be available upon request.
The standards shall be designed and enforced to minimize the Board's exposure to damages, including, but not limited to, the loss of sensitive Corporation data, illegal access to confidential data, damage to the Corporation's intellectual property, damage to the Corporation's public image, and damage to the Corporation's critical internal systems, from unauthorized use.
The use of PCDs must be consistent with the established standards for appropriate use as defined in Policy 7540.03 and AG 7540.03 Ė Student Network and Internet Acceptable Use and Safety, Policy 7540.04 and AG 7540.04 Ė Staff Network and Internet Acceptable Use and Safety, Policy 5136 and AG 5136 - Personal Communication Devices, Policy 7530.02 - Staff Use of Communication Devices. When an individual connects to and uses the Corporationís technology resources, s/he must agree to abide by all applicable policies, administrative guidelines and laws (e.g., the user will be presented with a "splash screen" that will set forth the terms and conditions under which s/he will be able to access the Corporationís technology resource(s); the user will need to accept the stated terms and conditions before being provided with access to the specified technology resource(s)).
In order to comply with the Childrenís Internet Protection Act ("CIPA"), the Board has implemented technology protection measures that protect against (e.g., filter or block") access to visual displays/depictions/materials that are obscene, constitute child pornography, and/or are harmful to minors. The Board also utilizes software and/or hardware to monitor online activity to restrict access to child pornography and other material that is obscene, objectionable, inappropriate and/or harmful to minors.
Any user who violates the established standards and/or the Board's Acceptable Use policy, or who accesses the Corporationís technology resources without authorization may be prospectively denied access to the Corporationís technology resources. If the violation is committed by a contractor, vendor or agent of the Corporation, the contract may be subject to cancellation. Further disciplinary action may be taken if the violation is committed by a student or employee.
The owner of a PCD bears all responsibility and assumes all risk of theft, loss, or damage to, or misuse or unauthorized use of the device while it is on Board property. This provision applies to everyone, regardless of their affiliation or connection to the Corporation.
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