Re: Forbidding itunes
- From: SafeBoot Simon <hunt.simon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 16:02:12 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 23, 4:51 pm, comph...@xxxxxxxxx (Todd H.) wrote:
"choowie" <choowieNO_SP...@xxxxxxx> writes:
"Colin B." <cbi...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
choowie <choowieNO_SP...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I need to forbid itunes in my company. Users have already been warned no
install it but I believe we can't trust them.
This is a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you don't think you can trust
your users, then eventually all of the ones you CAN trust will leave
in disgust for jobs where they're treated like grown-ups.
You don't know anything about the context which lead to such restrictions.
Please provide a technical advice, not a moral judgement.
I dont' think Colin's words were a moral judgement--they did properly
reflect how such restrictions affect morale and people's willingess to
work for an employer. Depends entirely on the employees though.
I know where I work, if people were unable to listen to music while
they worked because of some corporate edit they'd all find somewhere
else to work.
Todd H.http://www.toddh.net/- Hide quoted text -
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SafeBoot (www.safeboot.com) includes application control software, so
you could simply blacklist itunes and then it would never run, ever.
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