MyNetCraft is a member of the MSP Alliance and adheres to the following code of ethics:
Public and Client Welfare
Members will endeavor to perform their work with care and professionalism according to the appropriate authority’s requirements and with concern for end-users. If professional judgment is not followed, members should provide an explanation as to the likely risks and consequences.
In a professional capacity, MSPA members should have consideration for the public health, safety and environment.
Members should be considerate of the rights of third parties, including professional colleagues or members of ‘the public’ who might be affected by manage service projects.
Within their areas of professional expertise, members will have knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation, regulations and standards, and comply with such requirements. In the international context, members should be aware of, and understand, the requirements of law specific to the jurisdiction within which they are working and, where relevant, to supranational legislation (i.e., EU legislation).
Members will conduct professional activities without discrimination against clients or colleagues
Avoiding Conflict of Interest
MSPA members will avoid any situation that may create a conflict of interest between their company and clients. Full and immediate disclosure to customers is required if a conflict is likely to occur.
Members will reject any offer of bribery or inducement.
Client Confidentiality & Representation
MSPA members will not disclose or authorize to be disclosed, or use for personal gain or to benefit a third party, confidential information except with the permission of the appropriate authority, or at the direction of a court of law.
Members will not misrepresent or withhold information on the performance of products, systems or services, or take advantage of the lack of knowledge or inexperience of others.
Cloud Computing & Manage Service Profession
Members will uphold the reputation and good standing of the MSPA in particular, and the manage service profession in general, and will seek to improve professional standards through participation in their development, use and enforcement.
Members of MSPA also have a wider responsibility to promote public understanding of manage service – its benefits and pitfalls – and, whenever practical, to correct any erroneous information that brings or could bring the profession into disrepute.
Members should encourage and support fellow MSPA members in their professional development and, where possible, provide opportunities for the professional development of new affiliates. Mutual assistance between manage service practitioners furthers the reputation of the profession and supports the success of its individual members.
MSPA members will act with integrity in their relationships with other members of MSPA and with individuals in other occupations with whom they work in a professional capacity.
Members will consider the possible consequences of their statements on others. They will not make any public statement in a professional capacity unless properly qualified and, where appropriate, authorized to do so. Members will not speak on behalf of or represent MSPA, unless specifically approved to do so.
The offering of an opinion in public (holding oneself out to be an expert in the subject in question) is a personal responsibility and should not be done lightly.
To give an opinion that subsequently proves ill founded is a disservice to the profession and to MSPA.
Members will notify MSPA immediately if convicted of a criminal offense or filing for bankruptcy, or if disqualified as a company executive.
Professional Advancement and Education
MSPA members will seek to upgrade their professional knowledge and skill, and will maintain awareness of technological developments, procedures and standards which are relevant to their field, and encourage subordinates to follow through on the same commitments.
Cloud Computing & Manage Service Professional Competence and Integrity
Members will not position themselves as experts in areas where they are not. They will only offer to do work or provide a service that is within their professional competencies.
MSPA members can determine their own professional competence for undertaking particular jobs or roles by asking themselves questions such as 1) Am I familiar with the technology involved, or have I worked with similar technologies before? 2) Have I successfully completed similar projects in the past? 3) Can I demonstrate adequate knowledge of the specific business and/or technical requirements successfully to perform the work?
Members will observe the relevant MSPA Codes of Practice and all other standards which, using the member’s best judgment, are relevant. They will also encourage colleagues to follow the same practices.
Members will accept professional responsibility for their work and for the work of colleagues who operate under their supervision.