Socially Responsible IT Management

Socially Responsible IT Management

by Michael Erbschloe

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781555582906
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Publication date: 10/11/2002
Pages: 362
Product dimensions: 0.79(w) x 7.00(h) x 10.00(d)

About the Author

Michael Erbschloe an information technology consultant, educator, and author. Michael has also taught and developed technology related curriculum for several universities including the University of Denver, and speaks at conferences and industry events around the world. He has authored hundreds of articles on technology and several books including Information Warfare: How to Survive Cyber Attacks.

Table of Contents

An Overview of Socially Responsible IT Management; Principle One: Appropriately Staff IT Departments; Principle Tw: Fairly Compensate IT workers; Principle Three: Adequately train computer users; Principle Four: Provide Ergonomic User Environments; Principle Five: Maintain Secure and Virus Free Computer Systems; Principle Six: Safeguard the Privacy of Information; Principle Seven: Ethically Manage Intellectual Property; Principle Eight: Utilize Energy Efficient Technology; Principle Nine: Properly Recycle Used Computer Equipment; Principle Ten: Support Efforts to Reduce the Digital Divide; Organizing for Socially Responsible Information Technology Management; The Future of Socially Responsible Information Technology Management

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There have been many side effects of information technology. Societies have become vulnerable to new types of security threats. The privacy of individual citizens is easily compromised. Trash dumps are becoming filled with computer junk and dirty recycling operations have cropped up around the world that endanger people and the environment. People that use computers extensively can suffer from sever eyestrain and physical pains because ergonomics is so often ignored. In many organizations well-educated professional information technology workers have been forced into sweatshop conditions of long hours and often unpaid overtime. This is all happening because so many individuals, corporations, and governments do not understand the consequences of the widespread use of information technology. Socially Responsible IT Management guides people on how to get a grip on information technology and mitigate these undesirable and unhealthy consequences. This book is very focused on issues that impact today¿s IT environment and solutions to address contemporary social issues. In addition, readers do not necessarily need to be seasoned IT managers to understand the social responsibility issues or take steps to improve their company¿s approach toward IT management.