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Regulatory Compliance – Auditing

Regulatory Compliance – Auditing The ability to verify and follow through a series of events to prove compliance (or not!) is essential. Historical records detailing who, what and how an event occurred are required by most regulatory bodies. Although the word ‘Audit’ sometimes sends a shiver down many a hardened business professionals’ back, immense comfort […]

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Regulatory Compliance – Top 10 Features

Regulatory Compliance – Top 10 FeaturesThis series of blog post will highlight 10 features that SharePoint has in order to allow regulatory compliance. There are in fact, many regulations that require compliance for an organisation, these will depend on the type of industry, the country and/or type of business that the organisation is involved with. […]

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Regulatory Compliance – Information Management Policies

Regulatory Compliance – Information Management Policies Information Management Policies in SharePoint in my experience, are not used that heavily, but are an extremely easy way to apply policies to your documents. They are accessible from ‘Library Settings’ and are configurable per content type. For example, this means that all ‘documents’ in the library will have the policy applied. […]

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DocRead now forces users to “read” and download a document before confirmation

DocRead now forces users to “read” and download a document before confirmationDocRead 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. As requested by the majority of our customers, we are proud to announce that DocRead 1.2 now has the ability […]

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How to configure a yearly reminder on a SharePoint document

How to configure a yearly reminder on a SharePoint documentSharePoint Information Management Policies are very useful for automatically performing actions on a document at some point in the future. For example, your organization may conform to ISO 9001 standards which require that documentation should be regularly reviewed and refreshed. It’s also extremely good practice to […]

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Available Options for ensuring staff receive relevant training

Available Options for ensuring staff receive relevant trainingSharePoint is a fantastic repository for content. It so much better than what we had years ago where everything was stored on the file-system in a layer of folders, or in countless other systems. SharePoint has given an organization the ability to store (or surface) that content all […]

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Policies and Procedures : SharePoint document management features

Policies and Procedures : SharePoint document management featuresAs part of an on-going series of posts illustrating how SharePoint can help manage the life-cycle of a policy, this post explains how SharePoint’s document management features can be used to help manage the creation and revision of a policy or procedure. SharePoint is big, really big! SharePoint […]

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