Monday, 9th November 2015
Do organisations have policies in place around use of web content? Do they need them? FreePint research tackled this issue which goes beyond use of social media to web content for business decisions.
The report explores the objectives for policies, how staff are made aware of the policies, what happens if they violate them, and which department is responsible for setting the policy. We also asked those organisations who don't already have a policy why this is - and whether they have plans to put a policy in place.
The research also dug into the impact of web policies on business research. Finally, the report provides a set of next steps for information professionals responsible for raising awareness of the importance and role of these policies which are set to be ever-more essential as our dependence on the web increases.
Produced by Lynn Strand
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