Most young professionals break IT rules about social media

The results of a Cisco study show that a majority of people under 30 think their employers’ social media policies are outdated—and they’re not afraid to break them.

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How are they reacting to their bosses’ interference?

Simple: They’re breaking the rules.

Cisco unveiled the latest installment of its Cisco Connected World Technology Report (CCWTR) this week, and the study, which consists of interviews with 2,800 people under the age of 30 in 14 countries, found that seven out of 10 admit to regularly breaking their company’s IT policy on social media.

Meanwhile, eight out of 10 said their company’s policy on this matter is either outdated or not their problem.

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