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 +== a.  Ownership ==
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 +Computer hardware, inclusive of systems, monitors, printers, scanners, plotters, and peripheral devices such as keyboards and mice, are the property of PDG.  Although some of these systems may be on lease, while used by employees of the firm for the business of the firm, they will be considered property of the firm.  Employee-owned computers or computer related hardware shall be permissible; however, the  firm  will  not  be  responsible  for  any  repairs,  maintenance  or  the  insurance  of  this  equipment.  Employee-owned  computers  may  be  connected  to  the  network  by  the  IT  staff,  providing  that  all requirements  as  defined  by  IT management  are  met.    Any  employee-owned  computer  used  in conducting company business must meet the software licensing agreements as defined in the software section of this policy.
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 +Computer hardware owned by Poggemeyer Design Group, or used by employees either on the premises of a PDG office or while conducting the business of the firm, shall not be used for any illegal operations, software duplication, or other purpose prohibited by law and/or this policy.
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 +Employees should avoid the storing of any personal information on computer hard drives.  Personal information stored on PDG computers will be removed if found to interfere with any operational aspects of the computer or software. Furthermore, PDG will not be responsible for any personal data that is stored on PDG computers and no attempt will be made by the IT Department to recover, transfer or maintain personal data.
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