Re: storage of documents

Subject: Re: storage of documents
From: Jo Baer <jbaer -at- mailbox1 -dot- tcfbank -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 13:22:34 -0500

We keep only the sign-off sheets in a file. One copy of the paper document is
placed in a central library (unless the material is considered too sensitive to
have in an unsecured area.) Electronic documents are placed on our Intranet,
with or without password protection. Sensitive documents aren't published on the
Intranet. Sign-out typically consists of an email or spoken message like "Hey,
I'm working on 8.3 in the BRM, everyone leave it alone please." Seriously. It's
a small department.

Jo

m w wrote:

> Where do you keep your paper documents once they have
> been signed-off on? Do you keep them in a file at
> your desk? If not, what location do you keep your
> paper docs in?
>
> How many of you use a standard locked file cabinet, or
> a reinforced lock outside of the cabinet?
>
> What sort of procedure do you use for the signing out
> of documents?
>
> For those of you who store documents electronically,
> which method works best for you? Do you use any sort
> of version control?
>
> Thanks for your input.
>
> Mike


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