The Cloud has become a key modern business resource, with almost every sector embracing the full benefits it offers. But ‘almost every’ means some have not, and enclaves remain that continue to rely on old ways. Surprisingly, when it comes to Disaster Recovery, some are still hesitant to new technology, leaving companies more vulnerable than they realise.
There was a time when the office was the starting point and finishing point in every working day, even for employees whose days were mainly on the road. But Cloud storage has led to a change, where the office has become almost irrelevant. It’s not just the technology used; workplace productivity has been boosted too.
With D-Day fast approaching, full GDPR readiness should almost be complete. But does your staff really understand their role in the transition? Staff awareness is not only a key part of compliance, it can strengthen your organisation’s long-term position, making initiating a dedicated programme a critical aspect.
In a time when digitization is being hailed as the solution to every business’s document storage needs, it may seem that hard-copy document storage services have become obsolete. But there is still a place for boxed physical documents in the digital age.
With companies today storing content electronically in multiple locations, orthodox search mechanisms often struggle to find what is being looked for as quickly as people wish. But the latest evolution in content management – Intelligent Information Management – can provide the answer.
Without doubt, this market has undergone some radical changes in recent years, but the next 12 months is set to bring even more. Between the impending implementation of the GDPR to developments in software and Cloud technology, the document and data storage terrain provides many new hurdles.
One of the challenges companies that outsource their document storage face is gaining access to specific files when they are not physically to hand. But Scan On Demand (SOD) services can negate any possible frustration, and enhance accessibility, cost efficiency and the client’s overall service experience.
With the GDPR around the corner, companies throughout Europe have had to re-examine both their business structures and practices. With the new regulations relating to data protection, Data Protection Impact Assessments are set to become compulsory. But what are Data PIA’s? And how does a company go about completing them?