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Ricoh UK’s social media usage policy is applicable to any kind of online presence. It includes but is not exclusive to professional blogs, microblogging platforms (such as Twitter and Friendfeed), professional networks (such as LinkedIn, XING, Viadeo) and video platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo. It also applies to social networks such as Facebook, MySpace and all others.
Here we invite members of the business community to discuss big data, information management, business processes and the ways that people may work in the future.
Please comply to the following usage policy when interacting with this site:
Respect – Ricoh UK fully supports the principles of free expression, but we will remove, or refuse to publish, any content that is deemed offensive, libellous, defamatory, an infringement of legal copyright, or otherwise inappropriate. Community members responsible for such breaches may also be blocked from this page in the future.
Topic – This blog is dedicated to stimulating discussion around business topics connected to the future workplace, information management, business processes and many others. While we welcome broader debate amongst our business audience, any comments deemed off-topic by the page moderator may also be removed. This includes third party sales pitches, company information deemed ‘internal’ and customer helpdesk enquiries. If you do have a helpdesk enquiry please visit the Ricoh UK website.
Links – Ricoh UK is not responsible for the content of any third party linked web site, or any links or files posted on this site by others. In addition the inclusion of any links does not imply any endorsement by Ricoh UK.
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