In my company’s employee handbook, we address the use of the company-provided computers: “Computers, computer files, the email system, instant messaging and software furnished to employees are Company property intended for business use. Limited personal use is allowed as long as it is not disruptive to business operations.” We go on to address the fact that all files on the computer are company property. It is simple and clear. While the cost of a computer is less than $2,000, they are ubiquitous in most companies. The total IT budget for computers in a large company is significant. The number of business aircraft in a company is quite few, but the total spend is also quite significant. Is there a business aircraft use policy?