Law for IT Professionals

Front Cover
Paul Brennan, Jan 1, 2003 - Law - 162 pages
0 Reviews
"IT professionals should be concentrating on IT delivery. Now, however, professionals in every position or role are faced with a legion of complex legal issues from the internet to data protection, to UK copyright to EU Directives. They need something short to give them the bottom line. This book does that. The idea is to identify the key laws which are needed and describe them as briefly as possible (in a readable way), covering the essentials and highlighting the pitfalls to avoid. Contents include: Intellectual Property (IP) Rights-in brief, The rest of the Law-in brief, The Law the Courts and Tribunals, The Enemy Within - Employees And Consultants, Data Protection, Protection by Contract, Licensing- the essentials, Dangerous Ground for IT Managers -The Challenging situations, The Internet, Other legal issues: risk reduction via outsourcing or policy implementation, Litigation, litigation, litigation, Not getting your company sued and keeping your job, The International IT Manager.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Bibliographic information