Enterprise House Acceptable Computer and Network Use Policy Charges apply for using internet access in the IT Centre whether by wifi or using our PCs. If you use your own PC or laptop within the Enterprise House site you must adhere to this policy. Users must treat staff, customers and other online users with courtesy and respect at all times.
Staff will attempt to rectify technical problems as soon as possible; Enterprise South West Shropshire is not responsible for any hardware or software failure, or for any data lost as a result of any such problem. Although staff can provide general information about the Wi-Fi service, you are responsible for the configuration, virus protection and use of your own equipment. If the provisions of this policy are not followed and after a warning from staff you are still in breach of the policy, computer access will be immediately withdrawn for a specified period. Further action will be taken if deemed necessary.
Young people under the age of 16 should have the consent of a parent or carer to use the computers. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
Access is restricted to a maximum 1 gigabyte data download allowance in a 24 hour period.
Computers and Wi-Fi networks should be used for information, recreation, business and educational purposes only. You must not use the Internet and email for deliberately searching, sending or receiving any material which is illegal, obscene, offensive, abusive or intolerant, or in breach of confidence, copyright, privacy or any other rights. Routine checks are carried out to ensure the Internet is used appropriately. If you transmit personal or private information, credit card or bank details, we take no responsibility for any consequences. The Wi-Fi networks are not secured and other users may be able to see information you are accessing or sending.
Do not add, alter or delete any settings or programs on computers. Do not damage the computer hardware.
Due to licensing restrictions you must not view simultaneous (live) TV broadcasts.
Printing and saving information
Observe intellectual property rights and comply with copyright laws when saving information or printing from the library computers; all pages printed must be paid for.
Any data saved, copied or downloaded onto portable devices or removable media, e.g. memory sticks, is done at the owners risk.
Any data saved onto the computer hard drives is periodically deleted.