IT policy lacking

December 15, 2006

Nearly a third of further and higher education institutions in the UK do not have formalised policies governing staff access to information and communications technology, says a new report. The survey, funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee, the body that manages the universities IT network, found that more further education respondents (81 per cent) said that they had initiatives to improve staff access to ICT than higher education respondents (54 per cent).

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