Software Automation Policy Guidelines
Software automation is used for many business and IT processes, depending on industry vertical and individual company business and IT needs.
These guidelines from TechRepublic Premium provide general categories of consideration that should be taken into account as part of your due diligence during the formation of a software automation policy.
From the guidelines:
WHO SHOULD BE INVOLVED
To thoroughly cover all areas of policy for software automation, an interdisciplinary team should work together in policy development. This team should include IT, the end-user areas whose business processes use the automation, the regulatory and compliance staff (for companies that have dedicated regulatory departments), legal counsel and potentially outside consultants to fill in any gaps of expertise that the company does not have internally. Since insurance coverage and liability will surely be a topic of discussion, your business insurer should also be brought into the discussion.
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