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Best practices to help meet your organizational compliance objectives

With a litany of organizational compliance mandates across every industry, virtually all departments are affected. Whether it’s finance, IT, marketing or any other department inherent to running a successful business, every employee has a hand in adhering to organizational compliance objectives.

This proves that meeting regulatory compliance objectives is not just up to IT anymore -- a top-down approach through all departments is necessary. Here are five SearchCompliance.com tips to help you achieve organizational compliance at your company.

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This was first published in November 2011

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