Social media is big business and more and more companies are leveraging it to reach their clients, both current and prospective through the use of business pages and advertising. In your operation, who has the admin (called a 'Manager' on Facebook) to add and remove other 'managers' from the page? The reason I ask, is that social media is pretty much a marketing tool and has really nothing to do with IT, so when it comes time to shut down a users access as part of termination, it's easy enough with AD, email, phones etc, but what about the Facebook or twitter accounts? Is the company concerned about the potential for harmful posts by somebody after being told they no longer have a job in the same way they can be concerned about files and emails being deleted and if yes, what's the plan to remove their access before they get a chance? Just yesterday this problem popped up. 2 people are managers on the company Facebook page. One gets let go, the other is on holiday. It falls to me, the Sys Admin, to stand next to this person while they log in, add me as a manager and then remove themselves, all the while being upset and crying at what has just happened. Thoughts or insight?