Remote Network Administrator

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Access Rights
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Remote Network Management
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Should a 3. Party Network Administrator have Remote access to al Corp. Computers and should he have on all Computers Administrator rights. Is this legaly ok and who is responsible for activis on the Network in this case?

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Yes, very well possible, legally and corporate wide.
An SLA is something that plays a major role. then there is a contract signed by both parties binding them into confidentiality and safety/security of corporate information.
in this case the total control is with the 3rd party, not only network administrator but servers, routers, mails etc.

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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    many big corporates have outsourced their total IT operations to IBM or HP or to any other 3rd party.
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