All Archdiocesan procured computer software and hardware systems and equipment, including laptop computers, are the sole property of the Archdiocese.
Employees may only install approved software on Archdiocesan laptops.
Employees with assigned laptops must regularly (at least every 2 weeks) connect to the Archdiocesan network from within the Catholic Center to obtain the latest software updates, including operating system patches and virus updates.
Employees who are assigned laptops are not automatically eligible for Virtual Private Network connections to the Archdiocesan network. Employees seeking this enhanced laptop service must complete a VPN request form in accordance with the VPN Policy, available here.
Laptop users must read and follow the Division of Information Technology’s Computer Use and Internet Policy, available here.
Laptop users must read and follow the Division of Information Technology’s Laptop Security Awareness and Usage Guidelines, available here.
Due to licensing agreement limitations, the Division of Information Technology may not install business software on home/personnel computers (i.e., that are not owned by the Archdiocese).
Employees may not connect their own personal laptop to the Archdiocesan computer network.