Distributing and tracking your policies and procedures with DocRead

Distributing and tracking your policies and procedures with DocRead and SharePointAfter your policy has been created, reviewed and approved. It should be moved to a policies and procedures site within your main SharePoint Intranet and targeted to the relevant users with DocRead.  Target the policy to the relevant usersTo target your policy to the relevant […]

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How to improve your SOP training using SharePoint

How to improve your SOP training using SharePointA huge problem in business is whether we can be really sure that training on company Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) has genuinely been read, understood and ultimately can be adhered to by staff members. Should we rely on meetings and phone calls?One answer would be to make sure that you interview […]

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SharePoint Survey Permissions Explained

SharePoint Survey Permissions ExplainedSharePoint Permissions can be complex at the best of times. After all, we have constructs like inheritance, group / user permissions, permission levels and so on. This post will attempt to tackle some of the security questions that you may have asked when dealing specifically with SharePoint Survey security and permissions. We […]

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How does DocRead differ from Workflow?

How does DocRead differ from Workflow?DocRead for SharePoint is the only policy management software that integrates straight into SharePoint and allows compliance professionals to distribute and track their policies and procedures. We often get asked – why do we need DocRead when we can do it in a workflow? Here’s how DocRead differs from a workflow engine […]

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UI Testing SharePoint

UI Testing SharePointAs part of an on-going series of ‘Testing SharePoint‘ we intend to share some of what we have learnt when trying to automate the testing of a SharePoint add-on called DocRead. These posts will specifically cover functional and integration testing – not unit testing (which is worth a whole conversation on it’s own). To get […]

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