Confluence Cloud – New editor problems for cloudmansys QMS

I’m developing my cloudmansys QMS in Atlassian Confluence Cloud. Atlassian have gradually introduced a new editor to the Cloud. I’ve blogged before about how poorly this has been handled by Atlassian. If I ever want to sell cloudmansys QMS, it needs to use the new editor. You control this page by page. Today I’ve been …

cloudmansys QMS – Meeting ISO 9001 requirement 4.4 through Incubator

Any off-the-shelf QMS should contain enough content to satisfy the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. For example, it’ll have templates for things like Internal Audit and Supplier Management. My cloudmansys QMS does. But, as I’m developing it in Confluence Cloud, it also has structure, workflow and reporting that exploit the capabilities of Confluence. Together, this gives …

cloudmansys QMS – Designing Document Control again

Document Control is fundamental to the success of a management system. It’s also one of the biggest risks to effectiveness and certification. When developing a QMS, it’s a core component that you need to get as perfect as possible. Then, when running your QMS, you need to evaluate your idea of perfection, and be prepared …