Technology Resources Sample Clauses

Technology Resources. The parties specifically agree that all hardware, software, databases, communication networks, peripherals, and all other electronic technology, whether networked or free-standing, is the property of the Commonwealth and is expected to be used only as it has in the past for official Commonwealth business. Use by employees of the Commonwealth’s technological resources constitutes express consent for the Commonwealth and its Departments/Agencies to monitor and/or inspect any data, any electronic mail messages, and any web sites that they may access. The Commonwealth retains, and through its Departments/Agencies, may exercise the right to inspect any user’s computer, any data contained in it, and any data sent or received by that computer. Notwithstanding the above, under no circumstances will the following be considered valid business uses of the Commonwealth’s technology: • In furtherance of any illegal act, including violation of any criminal or civil laws or regulations, whether state or federal; • For any political purpose; • For any commercial purpose; • To send threatening or harassing messages, whether sexual or otherwise; • To access or share sexually explicit, obscene, or otherwise inappropriate materials; • To infringe any intellectual property rights; • To gain, or attempt to gain unauthorized access to any computer or network; • For any use that causes interference with or disruption of network users and resources, including propagation of computer viruses or other harmful programs; • To intercept communications intended for other persons; • To distribute chain letters; or • To access online gambling sites. The parties agree that the foregoing list and policy is not all-inclusive and will meet as needed to make appropriate modifications thereto. The Department/Agency will disseminate this Section to its employees on an annual basis as part of the employee’s performance evaluation and afford said employees the opportunity to request clarification should it be necessary. The employee shall then sign an acknowledgment that he/she has received, read and understands this Section within ten (10) working days of receipt.
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Technology Resources. The parties are committed to ensuring that administrators have use of technology that facilitates access to information and enables them to communicate effectively and complete tasks; and further, the parties are committed to supporting conditions that promote the meaningful integration of updated technology in schools and workplaces.
Technology Resources. Section 1. The Alliance recognizes that the Commonwealth is implementing the Human Resources/Compensation Management System (HR/CMS), which is a review of the business processes regarding payroll, personnel and other processes, replacing such current systems as PMIS and CAPS. The Alliance acknowledges that HR/CMS shall become the basis of the Commonwealth’s payroll and personnel system. The Alliance will accept such changes to business practices, procedures and functions as are necessary to achieve such implementation, e.g.: the change from a weekly to bi-weekly payroll system; direct deposit; and the change from a fiscal year basis to a calendar year basis for vacation and personal leave accrual and use. The Commonwealth and the Alliance will establish a special labor-management committee comprised of an equal number of Alliance representatives and management representatives. The Committee shall be the sole forum for the parties to discuss any issues of impact to the bargaining unit arising from the implementation of HR/CMS.
Technology Resources. Includes, but is not limited to the following:  Internet/Intranet/Extranet-related systems.  Computer hardware and software.  Wi-Fi.  Cameras and video recording equipment.  Electronic devices, such as computers, tablets, smart phones and cell phones.  Telephone and data networks.  Operating systems.  Storage media.  Network accounts.  Email systems.  Electronically stored data.  Websites, web applications and mobile applications.
Technology Resources. On an annual basis, if mutually agreed upon, the City may allocate additional resources to the County for purposes related to this Agreement. As part of the annual budget process, the Tax Collector, County Manager, and City Manager, or their designees, shall identify and reach an understanding of any funding necessary for technology or other improvements that the Tax Collector will undertake. The purpose of the improvements shall be to enhance the tax collection function or other related activities designed to increase Revenues, and amounts may be budgeted by the City and the County to jointly support these initiatives. In prior years, the City paid as an additional consideration that has been part of prior Interlocal Cooperation Agreements, the City has paid an incentive to the County for the purposes of technology improvements. Concurrent with the execution of this Agreement, the County shall provide a reconciliation of the current balance of any funds held by the County that were generated from these prior Agreements. It is expected that a Any and all outstanding balances in the technology account will be spent in a manner jointly agreed upon by the after the City Manager and County Manager have jointly discussed and agreed upon the appropriate use of these funds prior to the allocation of additional funding by the City.
Technology Resources. D. Equity pedagogy.
Technology Resources. Computer and online access for ONLN, LRON, HYBR, and OLCR classes is a requirement. Please note - Phones/mobile devices are not adequate for college coursework. Technology resources for students can be found on the Blackboard & Technical Support page of ACC’s website (xxxxx://xxxxxxxxx.xxx/support/). In addition to maintaining regular access to a computer and internet, students must have a back-up plan as well. The following is a list of resources available to assist students with developing a technology plan: • Student Computer Labs – Student Computer Labs are available Monday – Thursday 9 AM – 7 PM and Fridays – 9 AM – 3 PM. Access to the Student Computer Labs is by appointment only. To book an appointment, please use this link: (Student Computer Lab Appointment) • Computers or public access wifi are also available in the Library when it is open for on-campus hours (Monday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM, Friday 8:30 AM – 4:40 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM). Access to the Library is by appointment only. To book an appointment, please use this link: (Library Appointment) • ACC has some remote learning equipment (e.g., laptop computers, hotspots, webcams) to lend to students on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please submit a request by clicking on the following link: Student Request for IT Equipment • Many public libraries offer free wifi and some may offer hotspots that can be checked-out. Check with your local library to see what resources are available. • Several towns have compiled a list of free wifi spots. Use the Town of Enfield’s list to find wifi spots near campus. (xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxx-xx.xxx/140/Free-Wireless-Internet-in-Enfield) • Students taking a HYBR or LRON class who need a designated learning space during live remote class meetings can sign up here to access an Asnuntuck classroom.
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Technology Resources. The use of the District’s technology resources is a privilege, not a right. All users are required to acknowledge receipt and understand of all administrative regulations governing use of the District’s technology resources and shall agree in writing to allow monitoring of their use and to comply with such regulations and guidelines. Noncompliance may result in suspension of access or termination of privileges and other disciplinary actions consistent with District policies. Faculty/staff are personally responsible for his/her actions when utilizing the school’s technology resources.
Technology Resources. If Lessee will require access to or use of CMMLS’s technology resources, Lessee must submit a written request explaining their particular technology needs to CMMLS no later than five (5) business days prior to the Event. Failure to submit a timely request concerning use of CMMLS’s technology resources may result in those resources being unavailable for Xxxxxx’s use. CMMLS, in its sole discretion, shall determine how Xxxxxx’s use of CMMLS’s technology resources will be handled and what the charge will be for such use. Lessee will be required to meet with CMMLS personnel during regular business hours for any required training. CMMLS is not responsible for any technical issues or lack of compatibility of CMMLS’s technology resources with Lessee’s requirements or specifications. Lessee and their employees/staff, officers, directors, volunteers, agents, guests, invitees and attendees shall hold harmless, defend and indemnify CMMLS, its employees/staff, officers, directors, volunteers, and agents (collectively, “CMMLS”) from and against any and all liability, loss, damage, expense, costs (including without limitation costs, attorney’s fees and costs of litigation) of every nature arising out of, or in connection with, or relating to Xxxxxx’s and Xxxxxx’s invitees’ use of CMMLS technology resources. Modification of this Agreement. This Agreement contains the entire agreement and any modifications, changes, or amendments to this Agreement must be written and signed by all the Parties to this Agreement.
Technology Resources. Specialists may choose to work up to an additional five (5) days, paid via extra hours. The dates for these days are to be mutually agreed upon with the building Principal. The duties for these days are at the direction of the building Principal.
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