This is part of a three-part whitepaper in coordination with The ePolicy Institute™
IPRO and The ePolicy Institute™ have created this three-part whitepaper, E-Collaboration Tools & Rules: Policies & Best Practices for the Compliant Management of Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Slack, and Other Videoconferencing & Meeting Tools to help North American employers develop and implement compliant E-Collaboration Policy programs.
We encourage you to download and use this guide to help create your own E-Collaboration Policy program.
About Part 3
Once your E-Collaboration Policy and E-Collaboration-Speciﬁc Records Retention Policy have been ﬁnalized and approved by Legal, it’s time to educate the workforce. Use training for a number of goals, including, but not limited to:
- Demand 100% compliance with policies, 24/7/365, at home, the office, and elsewhere.
- Make clear what employees may (and may not) say, write, and do on e-collaboration tools.
- Deﬁne “business record.” Explain that e-collaboration conversations, chat, and content produce records that may be subpoenaed and used as evidence in lawsuits and regulatory investigations.
Download this white paper to learn more.
Download to learn why educating the workforce about the risks, rules, records, requirements with an E-Collaboration Policy helps protect to the company.