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Taxonomy Quality Assurance Policy [Company name] has established a Taxonomy Quality Assurance Policy in order to preserve the accuracy of categorized folders, files, and directory structures available on network servers. This policy is designed to inhibit the misplacement and/or misnaming of company content on the shared drives, and to facilitate content retrieval. Types of Content Folders and files of documents and media are vital to the conduct of [company name]’s business. All folders/files that directly pertain to the business of [company name] are saved on the servers. The content of these folders/files can be, but is not limited to: Business reports Strategy plans Media (JPEGs, MPEGs, MP3s, GIFs, PDFs, etc.) Company templates or policies All work-in-progress documents Software installed by the IT Department Other shared files [Add or alter topics for any company- or industry-specific folders/files] Content Classification All content is entered into the network according to a preset taxonomy of topics, categories, and subcategories. Without the proper hierarchical organization of content, essential folders/files can be mislaid or accidentally destroyed, thus squandering valuable time and company resources. As such, it is of the utmost importance that employees do not reclassify, rename, or relocate any content whatsoever without the explicit approval of [insert contact name here]. Violations of this protocol will not be tolerated. Taxonomy Ov
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