Category Archives for "Policy Management"

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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How to get employees to read and agree to your employee handbook with SharePoint

How to get employees to read and agree to your employee handbook with SharePointOne of the biggest challenges facing organizations today is not the creation and maintenance of the employee handbook, but how to ensure employees read and acknowledge / agree to it. Traditionally this has been achieved by creating a glossy brochure and requesting […]

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Issues with using SharePoint 2010 for Records Management

Issues with using SharePoint 2010 for Records ManagementAlthough SharePoint 2010 has improved as a record management solution it still introduces challenges to organizations that are heavily regulated by governments and governing bodies. For example, in the UK the Freedom of Information Act 2000 resulted in a working ‘Code or Practice’ governing how records need to […]

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Policy and Procedures : Using SharePoint Search to find policies quickly

Policy and Procedures : Using SharePoint Search to find policies quicklyAs 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 can meet the requirement below: “It should be possible to find a policy in seconds“. To view all of the features […]

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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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