As a result of an audit of the compliance with the Data Protection Law (LOPD), a SAP implanter company, which wants to control what use is made of corporate internet access while wanting to give freedom to its workers by appealing to their responsibility , announces security policies and responsible use of internet access. The CEO is opposed by middle managers, called managers, without whose collaboration policies are destined to fail. He asks us for help in managing a solution.
Managers are people with experience in business processes and in the use of technology, but they are not regular users of social networks or the internet as a work tool. However, its development teams, part of the younger staff, are used to using applications such as facebook, instagram or dropbox, even on the client’s premises.
The Tecsens Training Service for Non-technological Executives was launched and a series of courses on good business practices for non-corporate internet applications were held. How some of the most popular social networks work and the consequences for the company of misuse by employees were explained so that they recognized the benefits of the policies they wanted to implement.