Category Archives for "Policy Management"

Cybersecurity best practices : Incident reporting

Cybersecurity best practices : Incident reportingThe security of systems and data is of utmost importance. Every employee needs to be vigilant and proactive in identifying and reporting any suspicious activity or potential security incidents. By promptly reporting such incidents to the appropriate IT personnel or dedicated security team, potential damage can be mitigated and the […]

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The importance of versioning in policies

The Importance of Versioning with PoliciesWhat is policy versioning?Policy versioning is the practice of assigning a unique version number to each iteration of a policy or procedure. This helps to keep track of changes and updates made to the policy over time. It also helps ensure that policies are up-to-date and compliant with the latest […]

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Best Practices for Policy Change Management in SharePoint

Best Practices for Policy Change Management in SharePoint Effective policy change management is crucial for any organization, ensuring that everyone is on the same page with the latest guidelines, regulations, and procedures. SharePoint offers a robust framework for handling these documents, but without a proper strategy for versioning, things can quickly become confusing and unmanageable. […]

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5 Reasons to use SharePoint for Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Management

5 Reasons to use SharePoint for Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) ManagementIt is fair to say that with the highly regulated world we live in, for many industries, a good Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) management system and approach is the key to achieving regulatory compliance.When people are looking to implement or improve their SOP management system, […]

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Best Practices for your SOPs

Best Practices for your SOPsSOPs are used to create a standard operating procedure for any process or procedure in an organization. They are used by management and staff to ensure the same steps are followed each time a task is completed. Each unique task should have its own SOP, which means an organization may need […]

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