sponsored by Techrigy
Posted:  08 Oct 2007
Published:  01 Sep 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
While community-building outlets such as blogs and wikis can provide a competitive advantage for your business, the content posted in them can also lead to legal liability and regulatory problems. Read this paper to learn 10 steps for reducing the risks of inappropriate and damaging content being posted in these tools that can put your company's intellectual property and regulatory compliance in jeopardy.

Learn how your organization can benefit from a collaborative environment while reducing the likelihood of damages, regulatory fines or legal cases by:

  • Creating a policy for use of blogs and wikis
  • Monitoring for offensive or inappropriate language or behavior
  • Monitoring for confidential information or trade secrets being leaked
  • Utilizing disclaimers
  • Archiving content
  • Securing collaboration tools from outside manipulation
  • Educating employees

Blogs | Collaboration | Compliance Best Practices | Corporate Governance | Intellectual Property | Regulatory Compliance | Risk Management | Wikis

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