The information asset register template can be used by SMMEs or hubs to keep a repository of the company’s information assets.
Use this register to keep up-to-date records of all physical and virtual company assets. This statement forms part of the purpose specification principle of the POPI Act.
The majority of resources on the Launch League website are published under open licence. “Open licence” means that the content has been developed for others to use. (And we really want you to use it!)
The open licence content on this website has been developed under the Creative Commons CC 4.0. This means that you can edit, adapt, rebrand and resell to partners. When you use the content, however, you do need to “attribute” the original authors of the content, and ensure that this does not appear to be an endorsement or sponsorship.
In other words, when you use the Launch League content, you should let all stakeholders (entrepreneurs, partners,
funders) know that the content was originally developed by the UK-South Africa Tech Hub and Viridian, through the Launch League initiative.
However, you must do this in a way that the attribution isn’t confused for an endorsement or sponsorship of your programme or organisation by the UK-South Africa Tech Hub, Viridian or Launch League.
To make this easy for you, you’ll see that in each of the main resources, there’s some text that attributes the original authors – so you can just leave this in!
If you’d like more information on how to use open licence content, or what the appropriate attribution is, please contact us.
Open Licence Resources
In this video, we explain the concept of the Launch League open licence resources- you are free to share, copy, adapt and sell these resources with some conditions which are explained in the video.