Thursday, 3. December 2009
So the School district has police looking for potential criminal charges? As I understand, his position was: Information technology director. Therefore, can he not authorize any and all software for district installs?
Another article states that he “had permission from a previous administrator”. If that is true, it just goes to show how important documentation of authorization is.
Was the installation of SETI software a on an entire district worth of computers wrong? Possibly
Did it cause the district to lose money or have to replace systems at a faster rate? Possibly
Is it worth a resignation? Not in my mind, perhaps a slap on the wrist and an uninstall of all the installs, but resignation.. a little much eh?