Category Archives for "DocRead"

Policies and Procedures management in SharePoint – 6 ways we are going to help

Policies and Procedures management in SharePoint – 6 ways we are going to helpOver the last 2 years – whilst helping customers benefit from DocRead for SharePoint – we have discussed the management of policies and procedures (within SharePoint) on several occasions. We have found that some organizations are really struggling to understand how SharePoint can help them […]

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DocRead in a Real World Intranet

DocRead in a Real World Intranet – Screenshots from this week’s WebinarsAs part of one of our recent webinars, we decided to put together a fictional SharePoint 2010 Intranet called “United Exports”. If you weren’t able to attend – this post gives a quick look at some of the screens we showed off. Please click on any […]

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Regulatory Compliance – Workflow

Regulatory Compliance – WorkflowSharePoint Workflow allows a set of activities to process in either sequential or parallel, more often than not, one or more of those activities involves human intervention such as ‘approve a document’, or ‘complete a task’ and so on. This in itself goes a long way to ensure regulatory compliance because the right information is […]

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Manage Policies and Procedures in SharePoint – Q&A

Manage Policies and Procedures in SharePoint – Q&ANo matter what size your organization, at some point you will need to ensure that certain employees read and acknowledge policies and procedure documents – for example company policies, risk assessments or employee manuals. Depending on your organization, industry and compliance regulations the list of documents can seem […]

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How to manage third-party risk with SharePoint

How to manage third-party risk with SharePointSharePoint has long been used as a tool to collaborate and communicate with external third-parties. It’s document management tools make it particularly well suited to co-working on many types of project. It’s flexible permissions, and self contained site structure model lends itself neatly to creating easy to use project […]

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