Orgnaisations That Banned The Usage Of Mobiles In Their Offices - CiteHR
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Dear All
We are basically into R&D activities, where there is lot of intellectual property is being used and we have an apprehension that whatever we develop such as code and design of the product can go out side. can you please let me know the list of orgnaisations that banned the usage of mobiles in their offices.
can any body help me out in this regard
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Raju
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dear Friend, Indian army! is my simple answer.... wherever you feel your rights are under threat you can develop a rule to eliminate that. regards, Em.Es
Raju...generally e-billing solution companies restrict using mobile in their office premises viz., Verisign, PCI etc.,
Dear Raju
Corporates functioning in Research & Development Domain, Core IT & ITES, IT Infrastructure have banned usage of any transmitting or data carrying capacity devices in and around of the specific area.
For example, We have been instructed not to use our cellphones Or Blackberry and Pendrive in our meeting rooms, Monitoring Rooms Etc.
Few companies as per my knowledge have banned Cellphone & similar devices are-
A. Google.
B. Cisco.
C. Microsoft.
D. Infosys.
E. Airbus.
F. Coca Cola.
G. Pepsi.
H. Nike.
I. Reebok.
J. KFC.
DEar, there are several organisations which banned use of mobile phones.
they are: Electronic corporation of India Ltd,
Nuclear Fuel complex,
Hindustan Petroleum, Indian Oil corporation, Bharath pertroleum corporation ltd.
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