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Having social media guidelines in place for your business makes such good business sense. Use these guidelines from Cisco Systems, Inc., to create your own social media policy to fit your business needs.
In their "Internet Postings Policy" document, Cisco Systems clearly lays out the corporate stance on social media:
"With the rise of new media and next-generation communications tools, the way in which Cisco employees can communicate internally and externally continues to evolve. While this creates new opportunities for communication and collaboration, it also creates new responsibilities for Cisco employees. This Internet Postings Policy applies to employees who use the following:
- Multi-media and social networking websites such as MySpace, Facebook, Yahoo! Groups and YouTube
- Blogs (Both Cisco Blogs and Blogs external to Cisco)
- Wikis such as Wikipedia and any other site where text can be posted
All of these activities are referred to as "Internet postings" in this Policy."
Having social media guidelines in place for your business makes such good business sense. Whether the company has an online presence or not (and chances are, it does), your employees probably do. Guidelines minimize the risk to the organization, employers and employees by making rules for use clear and readily available.
Use these guidelines from Cisco Systems, Inc., to create your own social media policy to fit your business needs.
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