Category Archives for "Policy Management"

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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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 set default column values on a document in SharePoint

How to set default column values on a document in SharePointIf you haven’t heard about ‘Location-based metadata defaults’ or ‘Column default value settings’ then I hope to explain it simply. Try to think of it as a rather cool way to apply default values for your documents metadata (columns) based on which document library folder […]

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Ease the pain caused by policies requiring frequent reviews and revisions

Ease the pain caused by policies requiring frequent reviews and revisionsThis post will look at some of the problems faced when policies need frequent reviews and those revisions need to be sent to employees so they can be kept up to date with developments. If, like so many organisations today, you have a comprehensive library […]

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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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