How to Achieve Business Compliance: To identify drivers and challenges for developing and deploying a solution for centralized digital document delivery that achieves compliance, here are 3 steps to help you get there.
Assess your current situation: Simply put, can you answer this question: “Are you compliant?” Do you have resources monitoring this or business processes to find the answer? These answers are important because human error could play a role or if you have a technical solution, is the staff analyzing the data fully able to?
Centralize, Consolidate and Communicate. Create a simple process regarding how your information should be shared throughout the organization. Within this, establish controls for accountability, and leave enough flexibility for improvements.
Find the right “all in one” tool for your business. Implementing a Web-based business compliance tool can be very effective. With this kind of tool, a list of daily tasks can be generated from the calendar, and customized email alerts can be sent to responsible parties.
Biscom offers an integrated solution that may fit your needs to achieving compliance. From award-winning fax management technology to innovative security and document delivery solutions, Biscom provides businesses with the necessary tools and services that help you achieve compliance with functionality and scalability.
Biscom’s secure file transfer (SFT) solution, BDS, is an enterprise ad-hoc document delivery system that enables you to send large and confidential files as easily as sending email from any Web browser. With unparalleled ease-of-use, users can quickly send files of unlimited size to anyone in the world without IT assistance.
All file transfers are logged, and deliveries are confirmed – when a delivery is successfully received, the sender is notified with a read receipt via email. Detailed transaction reports tracking the status of your deliveries assist with your compliance auditing requirements.
Secure file transfers can also be sent through a Microsoft Outlook plug-in and iPad mobile devices. This ubiquitous access from almost any device is still protected using SSL for data in transit, and files at rest are encrypted using AES 256-bit encryption.
You can also read more about BYOD from an earlier post this year: http://blog.biscom.com/bid/289801/Manage-and-Secure-Law-Firm-BYOD