There are several ways to distribute software applications securely. Businesses constantly need to deliver advanced, feature-rich software applications across a wide range of networks, devices and operating systems. Leveraging the right distribution models, forward-looking development firms can effectively automate, monitor, analyze completed software products without security risks. How to Distribute Custom Software Applications Securely. Continue reading How to Distribute Custom Software Applications Securely
Document management systems are one of the most crucial parts of a business. Five tools that can help with smooth document management include Evernote, OneDrive, Google Sheets, and more. These are five document management tools you can’t resist. Continue reading Five Document Management Tools You Can’t Resist
If security breaches emerge and get exploited by attackers, it would be unfair to blame only flaws in the source code. Network and server security plays an important and sometimes central role in protecting data and ensuring reliability. Therefore, attention should be paid to both the quality of software development and the protection of the infrastructure. What are common best practices for secure software development? Continue reading What are Common Best Practices for Secure Software Development?
If your company is like most, you’re storing your policies and procedures on a file server. Perhaps your working drafts are in one folder, approved versions are in another folder, and previous versions are archived in yet another folder. There are many ways policies procedures software will save you money. What document control system is most effective? Continue reading What Document Control System is Most Effective?
Companies are using a wide variety of software solutions to develop intranet policies and procedures for multiple departments. Common intranet policies and procedures software solutions include editing in MS-Word, publishing in PDF (Portable Document Format), and managing files in SharePoint. This article is about how to develop intranet policies and procedures for multiple departments. Continue reading How to Develop Intranet Policies and Procedures for Multiple Departments
There are many document control mistakes your company can make if not using document control software, but first off what is document control? Document control is required in order for a Quality Management System to be compliant with ISO 9001. The same is true for other standards, guidelines, and regulations — the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) , the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), and many other laws and guidelines require that you have control over your documentation. Learn how to Reduce Document Control Mistakes with Document Control Software. Continue reading How to Reduce Document Control Mistakes with Document Control Software
A manual system of document control — paper documents, logs, change records, manila folders, hanging folders, labeling “systems”, filing cabinets, a manual check-out system (with policies and protocols) — is a lot of work, no question about it. Have you ever thought about what it costs to manage such a system of policies and procedures? To answer this question, let’s look at the three main costs of managing policies and procedures. Continue reading What’s it Cost to Manage Policies and Procedures?
If you’re using a 20th-century system to handle your policy and procedure documentation, changes will occur much faster than you can process them. Existing processes for publishing policies and procedures, such as storing printed policies and procedures on a server, are inadequate in today’s competitive business environment. If you’re using outdated technologies, you’re lessening your efficiency and productivity, company-wide. Why Should You Publish Policies and Procedures Online? Continue reading Why Should You Publish Policies and Procedures Online?
Document control is part of an effective system of internal controls, which is an essential requirement for compliance with standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 13485, IATF 16949, ISO 22000, the Joint Commission (formerly JCAHO), and a plethora of regulations (e.g., Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA). Continue reading Document Control, How to Improve it
Of all the types of findings a quality auditor can write up in an audit, Document Control Audit Findings are one of the most common. In this day and age, there’s really no excuse for getting a document control audit finding. How can I say that? Continue reading Document Control Audit Findings and How to Eliminate Them