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Using instant messaging to communicate between meetings
Are there guidelines on governors using instant messaging services to communicate between meetings? This article relays expert advice on how instant messaging could be used to aid governor communication between meetings. It also looks at how the decision should be made and reviewed.
- Decision should be ratified
- Setting guidelines for use
- Data protection implications
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