Duke makes available computing and network services to support the University's missions. Employees are expected to protect sensitive data and all users are expected to honor acceptable uses of Duke's equipment and networks.
Duke may provide electronic records or information records if needed; no privacy guaranteed for network transmissions. Instructions not to share passwords; change password if compromised. No restriction on content but Duke reserves the right to remove content if policies or law are violated; users are responsible to comply with policies and laws and should protect private information of others.
Electronic commerce at Duke must be related to the University's missions of education, research, and patient care and must comply with University procedures detailed at the eCommerce web-site to ensure data security.
Departments considering purchase & implementation of mass communication tools/software must obtain approval from the university Chief Information Officer & the Assistant Vice President for Procurement.