Novell recently updated its internal policy governing how employees use the internet.
One notable change in the policy:
Personal websites, weblogs and other forms of online discussion are encouraged, and Novell respects employees’ use of them as a medium of selfexpression.
Obviously as a public company Novell requires that no confidential or proprietry information is posted. Novell has an ethics code that all employees are required to agree to (and electronically sign).
I think this is a good thing. Communication is becoming more open - Cool Blogs, Jeff Jaffe's CTO Blog and Novell Open PR are all great examples.
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