The employee acknowledges that the company shall or

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Unformatted text preview: yee acknowledges that the Company shall or may in reliance of this agreement provide Employee access to trade secrets, customers and other confidential data and good will. Employee agrees to retain said information as confidential and not to use said information on his or her won behalf or disclose same to any third party. third This non-compete agreement shall extend only for a radius This of________ miles from the present location of the Company and shall be in full force and effect for________ years, commencing with the date of employment termination. This agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties, their successors, assigns, and personal representatives. parties, Signed this _____ day of __ 20____. Signed _____________________ _____________________ Company Representative Employee Trading Partner Contracts Trading Ratifies agreements between companies & Ratifies their trading partners with written contracts. their IT auditors examine Trading Partner IT Contracts as to the sale and purchase of goods and services. goods Contract Template Document Title Unique Number Effective Date Expiration Date Seller & Buyer Name / Address Document Purpose Authorized Signatures Goods/Services Description, Quantity & Goods/Services Price Price Payment Terms Contract Template Contract Delivery & Shipping Disclosures Intended Use Warranty Liability Compliance with Laws Export Control Information Confidentiality Force Majeure Penalty / Cancellation Terms Resolution Remedy; Penalty Computer Crime Computer There are no sheriffs on the Information There Superhighway waiting to zap potential offenders. offenders. What is Computer Crime? What includes any behaviors that are deemed by states or includes nations to be illegal nations – – – – – – – – – – hacking into an entities network stealing intellectual property sabotaging a company’s database denying service to others who wish to use a Web site harassing or blackmailing someone violating privacy rights engaging in industrial espionage pirating computer software perpetrating fraud and so o...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2014 for the course ACCOUNTING 1 taught by Professor Salendrez during the Spring '13 term at De La Salle University.

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