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Tuesday, 1 February 2005, 2:04 PM EST

If you want to stress the importance of something in corporate America, try treating employees to a brown bag lunch. National Semiconductor took that route to lay the groundwork for its IT security policies, particularly those pertaining to remote and wireless access. In a series of get-togethers over the last year, employees got hands-on instruction in everything from virus protection and patch management to the proper way to set up a wireless network at home, all while casually munching on ham and cheese on white.

By Beth Stackpole at Electronic Busines.

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