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Hi All,

I have started working for a new company who have no IT Policy or Procedures in Writing and this has been identified as something that needs to change.

I have found two packages that may be suitable here:

Option  One (Best):
http://store.bizmanualz.com/Computer-and-IT-Policies-and-Procedures-p/abr34m.htm

Option Two (Good):
 http://www.itbusinessedge.com/premiumtools/0061-policy-0018.aspx

I am after feedback on either of the following two things:

1.      Has anyone used the above packages and were they worth the money, did they meet and contain the criteria?

2.      Does anyone else have an alternative package that contains Policies and Procedures that we can edit (if needed)?

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http://www.policytech.com

Quite easy to use, hope this helps...
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